Chelation therapy lowers the risk of death after a heart attack.

Chelation therapy involves infusing a mixture of agents to promote the removal of heavy metals from the body.

The most common formulas include EDTA, B and C vitamins, electrolytes, procainamide, and a bit of heparin.

Some experts say it removes plaques from arteries...but others say it’s dangerous and can lead to kidney failure, seizures, and death.

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