Chelation treatment has a major impact on reducing heavy metal toxicity, especially cadmium, aluminum and lead. New York has become a polluted “cesspool”, with the average person showing 11 heavy metal, 4-6 plastics and pesticides.
– High blood pressure, particularly up to menopause
– Increased bone loss, demineralization in men and peri-menopausal women due to skeletal lead contents.
– Pregnancy fetal damage
– Tiredness, anemia, learning disabilities
– Headache, anxiety, anorexia, constipation
– Abdominal discomfort, pallor, loss of appetite, convulsions.
Major sources of lead exposure comes from the following:
– Plastics and cosmetics containing phthalates
– Car exhaust, paints, plumbing, canned foods
– Hair dyes, newspaper print, tap water
– Cigarette smoke after the body breaks down nicotine
Even low levels of mercury have been a major factor in pregnancy, depression and possibly heart disease. Pediatric learning problems as well can be due to mercury.
Eric R. Braverman, M.D.
Dr. Braverman is a Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Brandeis University and NYU Medical School, did brain research at Harvard Medical School, and trained at an affiliate of Yale Medical School. He is acknowledged worldwide as an expert in brain-based diagnosis and treatment, and he lectures to and trains doctors in anti-aging medicine.