According to those ignoramus docs in the mainstream, if something shouldn’t work, then it can’t and doesn’t work.
Take chelation, for instance.
Doesn’t matter how many studies back this toxin-fighting, artery-cleaning therapy, most of them flat-out refuse to even discuss it with their patients.
But if you want to know why it DOES work, just take a look at a new study that shows how a single condition can be behind some of the leading killers of seniors.
It’s the buildup of calcium in your arteries — a condition that’s been linked to dementia, heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.
The higher your levels of calcification, the higher your risk of all those conditions, according to the study of seniors in their 80s and 90s.
Given their age, the seniors in the study were already facing a dramatically higher risk of dementia. But the ones who managed to avoid it or delay it also had the lowest levels of calcification in the arteries.
On average, low calcification levels can delay the onset of dementia by as much as TWO YEARS, according to the study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Did the researchers urge older patients with arteries full of calcium to seek out chelation therapy? Of course not! Instead, the new study is full of the usual blah-blah-blah about watching your cholesterol and running in the hamster wheel, especially when you’re younger.
Low cholesterol won’t stop calcium from gumming up your pipes, and neither will sweating yourself stupid with exercise. The REAL key is in preventing inflammation, which is what causes calcium to stick in the first place.
But if you’re already getting up there in years, the bigger issue isn’t in how to prevent those buildups. Odds are, you already have some, especially if you haven’t always been careful with your diet.
What you really want is to get rid of them, and that’s where chelation comes in. This therapy breaks up those calcium deposits and chases them out of your body faster than Hillary chased Monica out of the White House.
The proof is in the pudding: A U.S. government-backed study published in 2012 found chelation can slash the risk of serious heart problems by 18 percent on average and by nearly 40 percent in diabetics.
It’s also been shown to prevent dementia or slow its progression, prevent stroke and even stop Parkinson’s disease.
The only downside to chelation is that it’s not a quick fix. You may need 20 sessions or more, with each one lasting several hours.
Bring a book.