Chelation Therapy and Diabetes

Many people associate diabetes with high sugar intake or obesity which is a common misconception. Type 1 Diabetes has nothing to do with overeating, overindulgence, or a non-active lifestyle. People with Type 1 diabetes have a body that does not produce enough insulin on its own. This form accounts for only 5-10% of all diabetics.

Whereas Type 2 Diabetes can be associated with an unhealthy lifestyle, it can also be a direct result of genetics or other factors. Uncontrollable life instances such as ethnicity, age, and family history play a direct role in your increased susceptibility of diabetes. High sugar intake does not result in diabetes of any kind.

In the recent TACT Trials of EDTA Chelation the study showed potentially important improvements in patients who had previous heart attacks and were already under cardiology treatment, especially those patients with diabetes. There were 18% fewer cardiac events in the treated group and 39% fewer cardiac events in diabetics.

Note: The TACT trials used the same EDTA as used in Cardio Renew (disodium EDTA) some people mistakingly take other types of EDTA with added calcium, artely plaque is made up from excess calcium and other fatty deposits so calcium should NOT be added to the EDTA and could negate the effect.