A pioneering doctor I used to know was hounded out of the country for practicing an alternative treatment called “claw therapy.”
This therapy uses a compound called ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, or EDTA as a “chelating” agent to rid patients of heavy metals that had accumulated in their bodies and were making them sick.
The medical bureaucracy says your liver and kidneys function as your body’s detox systems. And you don’t need to add to what nature has already provided for.
Here’s the trouble with that theory… Your liver and kidneys were made to filter organic toxins. The kind of waste materials your body made naturally, back when we lived in a clean, chemical-free environment.
You see, our bodies were never designed to absorb massive doses of heavy metals or other wildly toxic pollutants that trigger disease in our organs and organ systems. Today, our exposure is constant and overwhelming.
A new study found that globally, 4.2 million premature deaths are linked to this outside pollution – mainly from heart disease, stroke, lung disease, and acute respiratory infections.1
And a second study concluded that 103 million disability-adjusted life-years (or DALYs) are lost every year due to air pollution. DALY is a measure of the overall burden of disease.2
These heavy metal pollutants – mercury, cadmium, lead and arsenic – are so tiny they penetrate deep into your lungs and blood. Then they circulate to different organs and tissues, causing runaway inflammation.
But they don’t stop there. Some particles end up getting stored in the fatty tissue around organs, where they can accumulate for years…until a disease strikes.
Diseases that include diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, cancer, strokes, liver disease and bronchitis.
The federal government wanted to prove once and for all that chelation therapy was nothing but junk science.
So they funded the TACT (Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy) project and studied the effect of EDTA using 1,708 patients with a history of at least one heart attack.
When the results of the double-blind, placebo-controlled trial were published, the researchers were astounded by what the results revealed:3
- EDTA claw therapy reduced the risk of heart attack by 18%.
- Among diabetics, there was a 52% reduction in heart attacks and 43% fewer heart attack deaths.
And yet, mainstream medicine in America continues to reject chelation. But the science from around the world continues. And the latest studies show that it isn’t just effective against arteriosclerosis. Researchers have also found it is effective against Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes and hypertension.
I’ve been helping patients use chelation for years to rid their bodies of heavy metals and other toxins. It’s a safe, easy and fast solution, with a very low risk of side effects. IV chelation delivers calcium disodium EDTA directly into your bloodstream.
In about an hour, this “claw” binds to the heavy metals and toxins in your bloodstream and those that have accumulated in the fat around your tissues, like your liver, and pulls them out.
EDTA is the only procedure able to remove toxic metals from human organs, tissue and blood.
If you would like more information about IV EDTA chelation, please contact the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine at 561-784-7852. My staff would be happy to answer any questions you have.
There are a few ways to detox easily at home. Here’s what I’ve found works well:
- Dandelion. Greens from the plant stimulate the liver and act as a diuretic for excess water. Use 5 to 10 grams of dried leaves.
- Cilantro and chlorella. This powerful duo binds to toxins, loosening them from your tissues and removing them from your body. Taken in combination with chlorella removes 87% of lead, 91% of mercury and 74% of aluminum from the body within 45 days.
- Milk thistle. This is still my go-to detoxifier. I have been able to document its capacity to heal damaged livers by measuring serum liver enzymes. Milk thistle is the plant Silybum marianum. I recommend 200 mg in capsule form twice a day. Look for dried extract with 80% silymarin.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD, CNS
1. “Dedoussi I. et al. Premature mortality related to United States cross-state air pollution. 2020. Nature. 578;261–265.
2. Tong S. “Air pollution and disease burden.” Lancet. 2019.3(2).49-50.
3. Escolar E, et al. “Effect of an EDTA-based chelation regimen on patients with diabetes mellitus and prior myocardial infarction in the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT).” Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2014 Jan;7(1):15-24.