Gestational Diabetes and Chelation Therapy

Another form of diabetes is Gestational Diabetes which occurs in about 4% of all pregnancies. Gestational diabetes does not necessarily mean you previously had diabetes or that you will have it once your pregnancy is over. However, for women diagnosed with this disease, managing your glucose levels during pregnancy is extremely important to keep both mother and baby healthy.

Typical initial diabetic symptoms include increased thirst and urination, increased hunger, blurred vision, and tingling in the hands and feet. Getting a yearly physical greatly increases your ability to manage this disease if you get it and potentially wards off the disease if you do not have it.

The  Cardio Renew 6 week chelation therapy course can help with many conditions associated with diabetes. Try oral chelation therapy today for improved circulation which in turn provides oxygen and rich nutrients to your body. Oral chelation therapy clears your body of toxins and heavy metals, increasing your heart functionality.

Note: You should not take EDTA Chelation whilst you are pregnant.