Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is a condition where the process of arteriosclerosis (commonly known as hardening of the arteries) affects the 3 arteries (coronaries) that feed the heart muscle. This is one of the main reasons people seek our alternative approach to CAD. For detailed information on how it works, please visit the History and Theory section of the site. We have written several scientific papers showing how chelation therapy improves blood pressure (paper #17), Heart rate (paper #13), cholesterol (paper #1, #4), and HDL or Good Cholesterol (paper #3). In animals (rabbits) it has been shown to clean the arteries (paper # 24). Our Landmark paper (paper # 30) is on a single patient who had the primary coronary artery to the heart, the Left Anterior Descending (also known as the LAD or widowmaker), 100% blocked and his Right Coronary artery (RCA) was 30% blocked. After 70 treatments with EDTA Chelation therapy, the RCA was 100% Open (no blockage) and the LCA was open from 0% to 30%.


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