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In Daily life we expose ourselves to types of Heavy metals. An example is lead in hair dye, Cadmium from cigarette, Mercury in fish etc. All these heavy metal accumulate in our body and cause diseases. Cellular detoxification is a method for removing toxic heavy metals
from our body.
Heavy metal detox is a method for removing heavy metals, such as mercury or lead from blood. It’s one of the standard treatments for many types of metal poisoning. It involves injecting a type of medication called a chelator or chelating agent. Chelators work by binding to metals in the bloodstream. In this way, chelators collect all the heavy metals into a compound that’s filtered through the kidneys and released in pee.
How is it beneficial?
In the removal of toxic heavy metal, our cellular detoxification program can improve blood flow and cellular function, and this achievement would explain the overall improvement seen in patients for many chronic condition such as Diabetes, Atherosclerosis heart disease , Auto-immune disorder, Multiple chemical sensitivity , Cardiac arrhythmia etc.
Toxic heavy metal sources
Heavy metals can enter your body in different ways. You might consume them in the food you eat or absorb them through your skin, for example. Here’s how you might be exposed to various heavy metals. Keep in mind that heavy metal poisoning occurs with heavy or frequent exposure, usually over a long period of time.
Arsenic : ingesting insecticides, pesticides
Cadmium : inhaling cigarette smoke
Lead : applying progressive hair dyes
Mercury : contaminated fish or water
You can expose to toxic heavy metal through food and daily life chemical.
One of the most important aspects in cellular detoxification is nutritional supplementations.
Even though chelating agent remove harmful heavy metals from your body, it can also remove essential minerals in the process such as zinc.Therefor it is imperative that zinc and other essential mineral must always be supplemented between interval of Detoxification.
Toxic Heavy Metal from Cigarette
Fluorescence measures were carried out by Light Synchrotron National Laboratory. Toxins which were identified in tobacco and ash found were: Titanium , Chromium , Manganeses , Iron , Nickel , Copper , Cadmium and Lead, while the ones found in the smoke were: Cadmium and Lead.
Before the Detoxification, the physician will perform a basic physical examination and blood tests to see if the patient is suit for the treatment.
Have your meal before the treatment.
Drink plenty of water right after you wake up on the day of treatment.
The chelator will administer via intravenous fluid.
It takes about 2 hours to complete the treatment.
During the procedure you can relax, have snacks, fruit, drinks or watch TV.
Drink plenty of water after the Detoxification.
Abstain from alcohol while and a few day after Detoxification.
No smoking after Detoxification due to smoking toxin exposure.