Really, if chelation would help, it would be used by doctors. Luckily, doctors know their stuff, so they are chelating their patients only after having tested them for metal poisoning.
Doctors don’t know their stuff.
That an overly easy way to bash an entire profession.
As I said, doctors do use chelation. Which means that the advantages of chelation are known and accepted.
Doctors are also well aware of the inherent dangers of chelation. That’s why they use chelation only when the benefits outweigh these dangers.
The ones who don’t know their stuff are those who ignore the dangers of chelation.
TheChosenOne;59125 wrote: Allopathic doctors can’t fix chronic diseases.
That’s a truism. Any disease that can be fixed is, by definition, not a chronic disease anymore.
There are many diseases that were chronic diseases only one or two generations ago, but that are curable now, thanks to doctors.
There are many diseases that were deadly only one or two generations ago, but that are chronic diseases by now.
Both seem like unprecedented improvements to me. But that’s only my personal opinion, of course.