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Chelation treatments

Posted by Wil Chabotte on March 19, 1999 at 22:50:04:

For anyone who actually cares.I went through chelation trewatment a cpl years ago and I am glad I did it! I knocked more than 40 points off of my BP and cut my cholesterol from 347 o 190 with only 10 treatments!!! I did have an experience there that I would like to share with you. One afternoon during a treatment session and gentleman came into the treament room where we patients were sitting with our IV's hooked up and began to tell us of his wonderful results from the chelation treatments he'd had! a moment later a lady who'd left the room to use the ladies room came back in and when she saw him she began yelling and screaming at him,calling every kind of lying S.O.B. you can imagine. I turned out he was her cardiologist and he'd told her she would be wasting her money by getting the treaments(which she decided to get withou telling him about it) and that only a bypass would save her life. She'd had 28 treatments when I started mine and she was still going when I finished. I spoke with her a few weeks ago and she is doing just fine. her blockage was reduced by 80% and she now runs a cpl times a week . This is a far cry from having to be driven to to her treatments due to being to weak to drive let alone walk( she began her treatmens in a wheelchair). If you haven't read Forty Something Forever do so! it will open your eyes!!!!
Wil Chabotte



Re: Chelation treatments (Physician hypocrisy.) (Testimonial)

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 20, 1999 at 11:18:37:

In Reply to: Chelation treatments posted by Wil Chabotte on March 19, 1999 at 22:50:04:

Thanks, Wil.

Chelation will never be embraced by the medical profession since it solves too many problems at a lot less cost than the way the monopoly can rake it in by ignoring it.

The only way I know of is for people like you to share what they know so others will finally get mad enough that "they will not be willing to take it any more".

The hypocrisy of docs willing to have it done to themselves, but it is too good for their patients, has to be exposed! It is PREVALENT!

Walt



Re: Chelation treatments / Question

Posted by
LuAnn on March 20, 1999 at 16:46:03:

In Reply to: Re: Chelation treatments (Physician hypocrisy.) (Testimonial) posted by Walt Stoll on March 20, 1999 at 11:18:37:

After having a hair analysis done, I found out I have a very serious amount of arsenic and aluminum. I'm to go in for a DMPS Challenge test. I am also battling candiasis yet with Diflucan and many additional supplements the Dr. put me on. The Dr. mentioned chelation or oral chelation as a way to rid my body of the toxins. Any advice or recommendations?



Re: Chelation treatments

Posted by gerry on March 21, 1999 at 02:14:54:

In Reply to: Chelation treatments posted by Wil Chabotte on March 19, 1999 at 22:50:04:

At the risk of appearing ignorant, what's a chelation treatment? Thanks.



Re: Chelation treatments / Question

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 21, 1999 at 11:34:34:

In Reply to: Re: Chelation treatments / Question posted by LuAnn on March 20, 1999 at 16:46:03:

Hi, LuAnn.

I am skeptical that Chelation or "oral chelation" would do this much good. I have no experience with DMPS but what I DO know says that it may be a better approach (especially if combined with the internal use of DMSO). If you do not know about DMSO, go to your library & ask them for a simple book about it.

Walt



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