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Seventy years ago, the world started seeing the benefits of IV EDTA Chelation Therapy. Cardiovascular diseases, arterial blockages and even high blood pressure complaints subsided. In fact, EDTA Chelation Therapy started the whole science of anti-aging medicine. However, IV Chelation was too inconvenient and too expensive. All these problems are eliminated with chelation suppositories. Chelation suppositories is the only type that has been proven in verifiable scientific clinical studies.

Defeating Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure & Arterial Blockages

 

Understanding the Cause Leads to the Solution

Today it is imperative for anyone with high blood pressure, heart disease, prostate issues, cardiovascular disease, chronic fatigue, or cancer, to rid the body of heavy metals. Heavy metal toxins such as lead, mercury, aluminum, cadmium and arsenic, have been clinically proven to damage and cause dysfunction in the lining of the arteries. Numerous established studies have confirmed that an impaired endothelial function (within the lining of the arteries) is linked to all major coronary heart diseases. Heart Disease is the end result of injury that started at the extremely thin layer of endothelial cells that line the inside surface of the heart and blood vessel walls.

 

 Chelation suppositories is Smarter EDTA Chelation Therapy to Fight Heart Disease

EDTA chelation therapy is a method for removing heavy and toxic metals from the body. It has been well-established and accepted as a standard medical procedure for over 50 years, and is approved by the FDA for the treatment of lead toxicity. Chelation suppositories is a smarter way to do chelation than any other method. It works 5 times longer in the body than IV Chelation Therapy and absorbs 3 times more, at 1/5th the Cost.

 

EDTA and Endothelium

Atherosclerosis is the main cause for heart attack and strokes. The endothelium is inner lining of blood vessels. This lining tissue generates the powerful arterial vessel dilator nitric oxide (N.O.). The endothelium also produces prostacyclin which slows the clotting of blood and also causes beneficial dilating of arteries. The third important endothelial product is heparin which prevents clots from forming without causing bleeding. Excessive deposition of heavy metals in the endothelium diminishes the endothelium's ability to produce nitric oxide, prostacyclin, and heparin. *Iron and the sex differences in heart disease risk, Lancet, 1981 June 13; 1(8233):1293-1294

Chelation Therapy appears to restore the body's ability to create the important substances, Nitric Oxide (N.O.), prostacyclin and heparin, by removing these metals from the endothelial lining.

One of these problem metals, mercury, is known to cause damage to enzymes so mercury removal should be beneficial. Removal of these metals appears to result in improved delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissues of the body. The theory of EDTA removing the solid sticky plaque with a unique mechanism, and dangerous solids being converted to a liquid, then transported away to be eliminated as a natural, normal phenomenon of body chemistry is still held by some. It does appear however that the discovery of N.O. production increasing with EDTA chelation is exactly what is happening, and that the excess plaque is removed through normal metabolic functions due to the body achieving a new level of homeostasis.

This affords a possible explanation for the beneficial effects of chelation. In addition, EDTA blocks the slow calcium currents in the arterial wall, resulting in arterial vasodilation.

In 1999, Dr. Valentin Fuster, M.D. published a Book called The Vulnerable Atherosclerotic Plaque. Dr. Fuster was at the time the President of The American Heart Association, and also was and still is the Chairman of the Department of Cardiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. This book shows that heart attacks do not occur in areas of maximal plaque buildup where calcium has hardened large deposits of cholesterol, but in fact occur in fresh, "vulnerable" plaques that get INFECTED with germs, such as Epstein Barr Virus, Herpes Virus, Cytomegalovirus, and other low level germs that infect humans. Researchers are now in the process of studying and proving that these germs are more prevalent and "infectious" when N.O. is not present in sufficient amounts.

By removing the circulatory heavy metal toxins, EDTA enhances cardiovascular blood flow and function.

Today it is imperative for anyone with high blood pressure, heart disease, prostate issues, cardiovascular disease, chronic fatigue, cancer or for preventative health measures to test for heavy metals.

Therefore, heavy metal toxicity leads to decreased amounts of Nitric Oxide, which leads to unrelaxed blood vessels and associated decreased blood flow, AS WELL as vulnerability to infection of fresh cholesterol by low grade virus, such as Herpes, that can form and break a vesicle within an artery and cause an immediate Hypercoagulable state, with a subsequent blood clot formation and sudden death.

Endothelial cells play a vital role in the health and integrity of every tissue of the body.

N.O. is a potent vasodilator and a strong anti-oxidant. When the endothelium is damaged, N.O. production is reduced. This leads to the reduction of vasodilatation, or conversely, an increase in vascular constriction. Reduced N.O. production, as a result of toxic metal insult, leads to a reduction in vascular lumen size, restriction of blood flow, and ultimately an increase in blood pressure. This means, in layman's terms, an increased risk of stroke and heart attack.

The proper amount of NO secretion is therefore of paramount importance, as imbalance of this contractility function will lead to hypertension, the silent killer. If the local vascular homeostasis is disturbed, it will result in platelet deposition, aggregation and a release of factors that promote smooth muscle proliferation. When this happens, you may get fibrosis, atherosclerosis and thrombus formation. As imbalances are first initiated at the endothelial level, where insults excite an inflammatory response, the endothelium is therefore the first link between inflammation and coagulation.

Meanwhile, a small amount of LDL ("Bad") cholesterol that has built up in the artery wall becomes oxidized. Oxidized LDL is one of the triggers that set off a chain reaction. It causes the endothelium to express a special kind of molecule "glue" called ELAMS (endothelial-leukocyte adhesion molecules). These molecules, which happen to be floating by in the bloodstream causes certain kinds of white blood cells (monocytes and T lymphocytes) to stick to the endothelium. At this point in time, the inflammatory response is still well under control and normal, whether it is in the artery or in the tissue.

Beyond this point, the healing process goes off track. The white blood cells will start to move between and below the endothelium and cause damage in two major ways. Firstly, they will cause some of the muscles cells in the artery walls to grow and secondly, they incorporate particles into the artery wall, consuming the oxidized LDL particles. What results from here is a fatty streak that becomes a fibrous plaque.

Toxic heavy metals are ever ready to attack the endothelium. The endothelium, in an attempt to heal itself, launches an inflammatory response to get rid of the unwanted guests.

This intricate process begins in the tissue under the endothelium. Due to inflammatory reactions, the endothelium's structure becomes permeable to lipoproteins, particularly low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and macrophages. These particles will enter into the site of injury, accumulate cholesterol as cholesterylester and develop into foam cells. A raised LDL-cholesterol and related cholesterol carrier called lipoprotein (a) concentration is recognized by many as a major risk factor for heart disease as it appears to be the donor of cholesterol deposited in the atherosclerotic plaque. Being adhesive, the cells will attract other substances, resulting in a continuous deposition of unwanted conglomerate which we call fatty streak. The latter consists of lipids (fats), complex carbohydrates, blood, blood products, fibrous tissue, oxidized ascorbates and calcium deposits. As the fatty streak becomes increasingly larger, this resulting fibrosis forms an "endothelial tumor" or a plaque. The process of plaque formation is called atherosclerosis.

Atherosclerosis blocks the blood's pathway and narrows the arteries over time. This affords a possible explanation for the beneficial effects of chelation. In addition, EDTA blocks the slow calcium currents in the arterial wall, resulting in arterial vasodilation.

 

The Heavy Metal Connection

It has been known for decades that stockpiling of cadmium in the kidneys causes high blood pressure. Cadmium is unavoidably ubiquitous in our foods. Cadmium isn't the only heavy metal in the environment that can tank up in the kidneys and create hypertension. Lead, mercury, arsenic and other heavy metals have the ability to damage kidneys. They can all damage the endothelial blood vessel lining, damage enzymes crucial in maintaining normal blood pressure, and damage the channels in cell membranes of blood vessel and heart cells so that calcium, magnesium, potassium and other minerals do not flow the way they should, another mechanism to cause high blood pressure. Just having a blood lead level that is "normal", but at the end of normal, increases your chance of cancer 68%, increases your chance of early death from any cause by 46% and death from cardiovascular disease 33% It took decades before scientists began to realize that the cut-off for lead was too high for children to have normal brains and intelligence.

Not only are scientists discovering that "normal" blood ranges of heavy metals are much too high for healthful longevity, but that unsuspected heavy metals are the cause of much cardiovascular disease, especially high blood pressure. It is especially imperative to correctly assay for lead if a patient has hypertension because it can not only destroy the kidneys but also brain function.

Probably the major underlying condition leading to cardiovascular disease is atherosclerosis, also known as hardening of the arteries. In time, this degenerative disease can narrow or block arteries in the heart, brain, and other parts of the body. It may begin early in life. The linings of the arteries become thickened and roughened by deposits of fat, cholesterol, fibrin (a clotting material), cellular debris, and calcium. As this buildup on the inner walls becomes hard and thick, arteries lose their ability to expand and contract. The blood moves with difficultly through the narrowed channels. This makes it easier for a clot to form that will block the channel (lumen) and deprive the heart, brain, and other organs of the necessary blood supply. In such a situation, how can dilator drugs possibly be effective?

When a complete blockage occurs in a vessel to the brain, the result may be a cerebral thrombosis, a form of stroke. Based on what is known, scientists acknowledge the relationship between the amount of cholesterol and saturated fats in the bloodstream, and coronary artery disease-a blockage of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle itself.

Lead that silently stockpiles in our bodies goes on to contribute not only to high blood pressure, but diabetes and kidney disease necessitating renal dialysis. But like many heavy metals, this is not easy to find with just a blood level diagnostic due to the fact that the majority of toxins are hiding elsewhere. They hide out in the bones. Unfortunately as people age, they tend to get lower in minerals, leading to bone loss and osteoporosis. Along with this, the heavy metals start to leach out of the bone storage and land in important organs, like blood vessels, heart, kidney and more TRIGGERING high blood pressure, heart disease, with various names like angina, arrhythmias or congestive heart failure, or they get cancers from these heavy metals too.

 

WEIGHT LOSS:

Chemicals and toxins initially accumulate in fat tissue. The toxin/body fat paradox is at the foundation of why dieting and losing weight is challenging, if not downright disappointing. Your body will store fat as long as you have high toxic levels. Therefore, it is essential to decrease toxicity levels in order to give the fat a reason to leave your body - permanently.

 

Toxins and the Body Fat Paradox

Fat is one of the body's defense mechanisms - the more chemicals and toxins in the body, the more fat the body manufactures as a natural protectant. Some of us celebrate because we carry little or no excess fat. The fact is that this "fortunate" small percentage is exposed to the same levels of toxicity, but with no excess fat to enrobe the toxins which gravitate to the body's vital organs including the liver, kidneys, and brain. So, in terms of countering body toxins, fat has its upside. But there is a much better defense to toxic living than storing excess weight. That's the role of Chelation suppositories.

The toxin/body fat paradox is at the foundation of why dieting and losing weight is challenging, if not downright disappointing. Your body will store fat as long as you have high toxic levels. Therefore, it is essential to decrease toxicity levels in order to give the fat a reason to leave your body - permanently.

This is a core failure in most diet plans - they ignore body toxins and focus solely on lost weight. Most diets will deprive your body of essential nutrients necessary to maintain your health and preserve your lean muscle. Any weight loss is primarily a result of lost water and lean muscle. Minimal fat is lost because these "diets" rarely (if ever) address the issue of cleansing toxins from the system. Without proper cleansing the lost lean muscle and water eventually return as fat, thus people are actually fatter versions of their prior selves. This is commonly known as the yo-yo effect.

So what's the answer to the toxin/body fat paradox? First, we must understand the relationship between toxins and fat. To effectively lose weight, you need to effectively lose toxins.

Americans are becoming more aware of the importance of eating sensibly, exercising moderately, drinking sizeable quantities of clean water, consuming quality supplements, and managing their weight. There is no shortage of diet plans. They may each have a slightly different slant, but the same basic formula remains - low carbs, low calories, low fat, low success.

Our diet is much more comprehensive than placing emphasis or restriction on certain foods. In reality, a diet is anything you put into your mouth: food, beverages, the air you breathe, and what transdermally penetrates your skin. Truly 'dieting' is being aware of and appropriately moderating what you allow into your body, through all avenues.

Taking this into consideration, do you want to be healthy, clean and lean? If so, you need to modify your lifestyle to incorporate the removal of toxins from your body's cells. This, in addition to sensible eating and effective exercise, will send you on your way to a lifetime of improved health and wellness. Remember that a toxic body can make weight loss impossible, as toxins contribute to excess weight, cellulite, and the inability to lose weight, even when on a strict diet program.

 

Heavy Metals and Chronic Fatigue:

Chronic Fatigue is a disorder of unknown cause that lasts for prolonged periods and causes extreme and debilitating exhaustion as well as a wide range of other symptoms such as fever, headache, muscle ache and joint pain, often resembling flu and other viral infections. Also known as Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS), Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus (CEBV), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), "Yuppy Flu" and other names, it is frequently misdiagnosed as hypochondria, psychosomatic illness, or depression, because routine medical tests do not detect any problems. Chronic fatigue syndrome is exactly what its name implies, namely an overwhelming sense of fatigue. Symptoms may represent several ongoing disorders which begin abruptly, tend to come and go, and may last for 6 months. Because there are no specific laboratory tests, diagnosis is made by the presence of chronic fatigue that does not resolve. The clinical disorder is defined by fatigue severe enough to decrease daily activity by at least 50% for at least 6 months. In order to have this condition, it is necessary to eliminate all other clinical conditions, including possible psychiatric problems.

Oxidative Stress and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Studies have shown that oxidative stress plays a role in the development of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Fulle et al. 2000; Richards et al. 2000; Logan et al. 2001). Oxidative stress is a term used to describe the body's prolonged exposure to oxidative factors that cause more free radicals than the body can neutralize. Free radicals are produced as a byproduct of normal metabolic functions. When there are enough free radical scavengers present, such as glutathione and vitamins C, E, and A, along with zinc and other nutrients, through normal metabolic functioning, the body will "mop up" or neutralize the free radicals. When free radicals are not neutralized, the body can become vulnerable to cellular destruction. A relationship between abnormal oxidative stress and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be found in the literature. An article in the journal Life Science described a study that showed that patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome had lower serum transferrin levels and higher lipoprotein peroxidation. These results indicate that patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have increased susceptibility of LDL and VLDL to copper-induced peroxidation and that this is related both to their lower levels of serum transferrin and to other unidentified pro-oxidizing effects of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Manuel y Keenoy et al. 2001). Exercise has been shown to increase the production of oxidants. Fortunately, regular endurance exercise results in adaptations in the skeletal muscle antioxidant capacity, which protects myocytes (muscle cells) against the deleterious effects of oxidants and prevents extensive cellular damage (McCully et al. 1996; Powers et al. 1999). A study of the oxygen delivery to muscles in patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome found that oxygen delivery and oxidative metabolism was significantly reduced in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients after exercise (compared with sedentary controls) (McCully et al. 1999).

 

Metal Sensitivity and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The effect of dental metal (amalgam) removal was studied in 111 patients with metal hypersensitivity and symptoms resembling Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. After consultation with a dentist, the patients decided to replace their metal restorations with nonmetallic materials. A significant number of patients had metal-specific lymphocytes in the blood. Nickel was the most common, followed by inorganic mercury, gold, phenyl-mercury, cadmium, and palladium. As compared to lymphocyte responses in healthy subjects, the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome group had significantly increased responses to several metals, especially to inorganic mercury, phenyl-mercury, and gold. Following dental metal removal, 83 patients (76%) reported long-term health improvement; 24 patients (22%) reported unchanged health; and two patients (2%) reported worsening of symptoms. Following dental metal replacement, the lymphocyte reactivity to metals decreased as well (Stejskal et al. 1999) (see "Mercury Amalgam Toxicity" in the May 2001 issue of Life Extension Magazine).

 

LONGEVITY - ANTI AGING

Aging is the accumulation of body changes that affects the length of the human body's functional existence. Science has linked premature aging with our exposure to the toxic metals and chemicals that are in every aspect of our lives. Various factors cause the body to deteriorate, including injuries that do not heal completely, toxic heavy metals and chemicals, allergies, poor nutrition, stress, and inactivity.

People worldwide are concerned with healthy aging and longevity due to the increase of degenerative diseases that we all face today. Without the diseases tied to premature aging, normal human life expectancy is estimated to be 120 years. Most people are capable of living their lives without pain and suffering caused by such chronic degenerative diseases.

Unfortunately, conventional medical care has focused more on symptom relief with pain medications and surgical procedures and less on reversing the accelerated aging process. If premature aging can be halted and normal function reestablished, then people not only will live longer but also will have a higher quality of life with the elimination of pain. Premature aging of the brain, circulatory system, heart, joints, skin, digestive tract, and immune system can begin at any time of life.

 

Toxic Metals Cause Cellular Oxidation & Free Radicals

In nature, oxygen will easily snatch electrons from molecules. When molecules give up electrons, this is called oxidation. Because most everything in nature is exposed to oxygen, most everything in nature undergoes the process of oxidation.

Basically, things exposed to oxygen become "oxidized". To give you a good example of this process, just think about a piece of iron left out in the back yard. Over a period of a few weeks, that iron will have a thin coating of rust on its surface. How did this happen? Essentially the electrons in the molecules of iron freely gave themselves up to the oxygen around them.

Well guess what? We breathe oxygen. And over time we oxidize - or you could say we rust. Though we don't necessarily turn brown with actual rust, we do get age spots, gray hair, wrinkles, aches and pains and are subject to various disease processes. This is evidence of oxidation - part of the aging process.

Oxidation is a natural chemical process that occurs in all cells. However, uncontrolled oxidation is harmful to cells and can kill them. Most anti-cancer treatments, from radiation therapy to chemotherapy, produce oxidative events to kill cancer cells.

Free radicals are a type of highly reactive molecule that causes oxidation in cells. Cells generally make proteins, known as antioxidants that have the ability to "mop up" the harmful free radicals and thus prevent injury to the cell.

Heavy metals in your body multiply those free radicals chain reactions several thousands, possibly several million times. When a free radical molecule hits a metal atom in your body, the effect is multiplied many-fold. This is why it is so important to remove toxic metals from your body with Chelation suppostories.

Oxidation in the human body is associated with little molecules known as free radicals. When atoms come together, they form molecules. How those molecules are formed is through the joining together of the atom electrons. Electrons like to be in pairs. If something comes along (like oxygen) and strips an electron off this molecule, that molecule now has a free, unpaired electron. Now this makes for a very unhappy little electron because it is missing its partner. It now behaves quite radically - hence the name free radical. When this happens in the body, that free radical will look to find an electron anywhere it can. If it finds one on a good cell, it will snatch an electron from that cell, damaging it in the process and thereby creating another free radical. This process is repeated in infinitum until the free radical meets up with a molecule that has an extra electron that it can donate to the equation to stop the reaction.

It's impossible to be alive and not have some oxidative damage. Free radicals are produced by normal processes in the body, such as the production of energy and immune function. Free radicals also come from environmental sources including heavy metals, household chemicals, ultraviolet radiation, tobacco smoke, food additives, foods that have been fried in oil that's been used over and over again (typical in many fast-food restaurants), and other pollutants. Once free radicals are released, they will multiply exponentially in chain reactions, unless they are stopped by antioxidants.

The more toxic metals in your body, the higher the free radical activity.

 

Healthy aging can be accomplished by:

  • Taking Detoxamin to remove the constant toxic build up and constant toxic assault

  • Keeping body weight down

  • Ingesting raw foods that contain nutrients and minimize free radical reactions in the body

  • Supplementing your diet with anti-oxidants, enzymes and multi-vitamins and more

  • Keeping your digestive system and colon healthy

  • Exercise

 

Prostate Health

Did you ever wonder how researchers get rats with cancer of the prostate so they can study the effects of prescription drugs? They dose them with cadmium. Why? Because it has a remarkable ability to zero in on the testicles as target organs. Many studies have been done on workers involved in the cadmium industry (cadmium batteries, welders, fabricated metal products, etc.) showing they have up to four times the increased incidence of prostate cancer compared to the average male. Cadmium, an environmental heavy metal that is commonly found in our foods, can be the cause of prostate symptoms. This toxic heavy metal cannot be avoided and once inside the body, damages enzymes and mimics the chemistry of disease.

 

Recent studies show what appears to be roughly a twenty-year incubation period before it manifests itself. Needless to say, anyone serious about fighting prostate cancer or maintaining a healthy prostate should consider ridding the body of the lifelong accumulation of toxic heavy metals. In one in every six men over 60, prostate damage first appears as "benign prostatic hypertrophy" or BPH. However it is anything but benign - it is the transition step to cancer. Clearly the amount of smoking a person does, plus the amount of cadmium he gets from other sources (especially foods and auto or industrial exhaust) have much to do with who gets there first.

Chelation suppostitories is a patented, over-the-counter product that you take at night before bedtime. It effectively removes heavy metals and environmental toxins that have been hiding out (and building up!) in your body since you were born. The active ingredients work while you sleep, so that you wake to better health in the morning. Add Detoxamin to your health regimen today, and starting reaping the benefits of extraordinary health.

 

Austim in Kids

How Heavy Metal Detoxification May Help Your Child

Our Chelation Kids formula, is 375mg of Calcium Disodium EDTA, suspended in a small cocoa butter suppository. It is the exact formula used for our adult suppositories with ½ the dosage. It is very gentle and well tolerated by children. We recommend starting off with 30 Detoxamin suppositories, taking one every other evening before bed for sixty days. Then take one Chelation suppository weekly as needed or as recommended by your child's healthcare professional. Many doctors and parents worldwide are using this well established formula and reporting to us excellent results.

 

Chelation Suppostories Offers Heavy Metal Detoxificaton Specifically For Kids

Chelation Suppostories is backed by two clinical studies that have proven its safety and medical superiority to IV EDTA Chelation. EDTA Chelation has proven to be safe and effective for thousands of people in hundreds of medical clinics worldwide. Rita Ellithorpe MD, a physician practicing integrative medicine for over 30 years has used Detoxamin on well over 2,000 patients to date with clear evidence of this amazing product's efficacy and safety.


Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder. It is part of a group of disorders known as autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Today, 1 in 150 individuals is diagnosed with autism, making it more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes, and AIDS combined. It occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groups and is four times more likely to strike boys than girls. Autism impairs a person's ability to communicate and relate to others. It is also associated with rigid routines and repetitive behaviors, such as obsessively arranging objects or following very specific routines. Symptoms can range from very mild to quite severe.

 

  • 1 in 150 children is diagnosed with autism

  • 1 in 94 boys is on the autism spectrum

  • 67 children are diagnosed per day

  • A new case is diagnosed almost every 20 minutes

  • More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined

  • Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.

  • Autism costs the nation over $90 billion per year, a figure expected to double in the next decade

  • Autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases

  • Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism

  • There is no medical detection or cure for autism

Autism was first identified in 1943 by Dr. Leo Kanner of Johns Hopkins Hospital. At the same time, a German scientist, Dr. Hans Asperger, described a milder form of the disorder that is now known as Asperger Syndrome. These two disorders are listed in the DSM IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) as two of the five developmental disorders that fall under the autism spectrum disorders. The others are Rett Syndrome, PDD NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder), and Childhood Disintegrative Disorder. All of these disorders are characterized by varying degrees of impairment in communication skills and social abilities, and also by repetitive behaviors.


Autism spectrum disorders can usually be reliably diagnosed by age 3, although new research is pushing back the age of diagnosis to as early as 6 months. Parents are usually the first to notice unusual behaviors in their child or their child's failure to reach appropriate developmental milestones. Some parents describe a child that seemed different from birth, while others describe a child who was developing normally and then lost skills. Pediatricians may initially dismiss signs of autism, thinking a child will “catch up,” and may advise parents to “wait and see.” New research shows that when parents suspect something is wrong with their child, they are usually correct. If you have concerns about your child's development, don't wait: speak to your pediatrician about getting your child screened for autism.

 

Heavy Metal Detoxification May Help Some Children With Autism

The debate about Vaccinations, heavy metals and Autism has been shifted by a recent court settlement. Jon S. Poling, the father of 9-year-old girl who received a government settlement from a federal vaccine compensation fund, published an item in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the way that the case has shifted the autism-vaccine debate.

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Scientific & Clinical Advantages:

The only EDTA suppository formula with bio-available studies
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Other Advantages:

70% less than IV EDTA chelation therapy
Non-invasive, no discomfort, no hassle
No inconvenient, time consuming doctor visits
Introduces less EDTA dosage, but lasts longer
Safer than IV EDTA
Decreases free radical damage caused by heavy metal toxins
Well-tolerated by adults and children

 

Immune Deficiency

Virtually all aspects of immune system functions are compromised by the inhalation of heavy metal particulates. In addition, toxic metals can increase allergic reactions, cause genetic mutation, compete with "good" trace metals for biochemical bonding sites and act as antibiotics killing both harmful and beneficial bacteria.

 

Heavy Metals and the Immune System

The body has not learned how to dispose of heavy metals, even in very low concentrations, and tends to store them in the lymphatic and circulatory systems, vital organs such as the brain and the liver, and also in fatty tissues. They will accumulate there for years until a point is reached when the amounts are such that they start to affect the whole body, particularly those with weakened immune systems. Common symptoms are headaches, brought on by an over-loaded liver.

Heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium all depress the immune system even at low levels. Cadmium comes from cigarette smoke and as a toxic by-product of metal plating industries, which can get into the water supply. Cadmium slows down the speed of the B-cells' producing antibodies in the immune system. Lead slows T- and B-cell response. Mercury reduces the number of T-cells and reduces activity in the immune system. All three of the metals reduces the activity and speed the macrophages, thus increasing susceptibility to infection.

Heavy metals are present in the air, drinking water, food, and countless synthetic chemicals and products. They are taken into the body by inhalation, ingestion, and skin absorption. Heavy metals enter and accumulate in body tissues faster than the body's detoxification pathways can dispose of them and eventually a buildup occurs.

Heavy metals are trace metals with a density at least five times that of water. They are stable elements that cannot be metabolized by the body and get passed up in the food chain to human beings (bio-accumulate). The most common and harmful heavy metals are Aluminum, Arsenic, Cadmium, Copper, Lead, Mercury, and Nickel - all successfully and safely removed by chelation. There are many more heavy metals that are not as prevalent or as harmful as the previously noted elements.

Heavy metals in general have no basic function in the body and can be highly toxic. High-concentration exposure is not necessary in order to produce a state of toxicity in the body. Most cases of heavy metal poisoning result from chronic low level exposure to these hazardous environmental toxins.

In the last 50 years, human exposure to heavy metals has risen dramatically. This is the result of an exponential increase in the use of heavy metals in industrial processes and products. Today chronic exposure comes from toxic waste dump and burn sites, agriculture, chemical products, mercury amalgam dental fillings, lead-based paint, tap water, and chemical residues in processed foods. Personal care products, such as cosmetics, mouthwash, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, and other hair care goods, are also sources of contamination. In addition to the hazards at home and outdoors, many occupations are subjected to daily heavy metal exposure. More than 50 professions are exposed to mercury on a daily basis. These include physicians, pharmaceutical workers, dentists, dental workers, laboratory workers, hairdressers, painters, printers, welders, metalworkers, cosmetic workers, battery makers, engravers, photographers, visual artists and potters.

Studies confirm that toxic heavy metals can directly influence behavior by impairing mental and neurological function. They can also influence the production and utilization of neurotransmitters and can alter numerous metabolic body processes. Toxic metal elements can induce impairment and dysfunction in the blood cardiovascular system, detoxification pathways (colon liver kidneys skin), endocrine (hormonal), system energy production pathways, enzymatic pathways, gastrointestinal tract, immune system nervous system (both central and peripheral) reproductive system and urinary system pathways.

Much of the damage produced by toxic metals stems from the production of oxidative free radicals. A free radical is an energetically unbalanced molecule that "steals" an electron from another molecule in order to restore its balance. Free radicals result naturally when cell molecules react with oxygen (oxidation). With a heavily toxic load or antioxidant deficiencies uncontrolled free-radical production occurs. Unchecked free radicals can cause tissue damage throughout the body. In fact free-radical damage underlies all degenerative diseases.

Toxic heavy metals can also increase the acidity of the blood. The body draws calcium from the bones in order to restore proper blood pH. Toxic metals can set up conditions that lead to inflammation in arteries and tissues causing more calcium to be drawn to the area as a buffer. The calcium coats inflamed areas in the blood vessels like a bandage patching up one problem but creating another- the hardening and progressive blockage of the arteries. Without replenishment of calcium the constant removal of this important mineral from the bones will result in osteoporosis (the loss of bone density) which leads to an increased risk for fractures of the spine and hips.

We need to remove the toxins from our body if we are to experience good health. There are a number of toxins that the body is constantly exposed to, and we have an immune system that is capable of neutralizing these toxins, providing that the system is not compromised. After all, our body (by design) is capable of mounting a successful defense against toxins originating in the body, those being consumed, and those that are airborne. Most chronic disease is not the failure of the immune system, but a conscious adaptation of the immune system to an otherwise lethal heavy metal environment.

 

Healthy Aging

Aging is the accumulation of body changes that affects the length of the human body's functional existence. Science has linked premature aging with our exposure to the toxic metals and chemicals that are in every aspect of our lives. Various factors cause the body to deteriorate, including injuries that do not heal completely, toxic heavy metals and chemicals, allergies, poor nutrition, stress, and inactivity.

People worldwide are concerned with healthy aging and longevity due to the increase of degenerative diseases that we all face today. Without the diseases tied to premature aging, normal human life expectancy is estimated to be 120 years. Most people are capable of living their lives without pain and suffering caused by such chronic degenerative diseases.

Unfortunately, conventional medical care has focused more on symptom relief with pain medications and surgical procedures and less on reversing the accelerated aging process. If premature aging can be halted and normal function reestablished, then people not only will live longer but also will have a higher quality of life with the elimination of pain. Premature aging of the brain, circulatory system, heart, joints, skin, digestive tract, and immune system can begin at any time of life.

 

Toxic Metals Cause Cellular Oxidation & Free Radicals

In nature, oxygen will easily snatch electrons from molecules. When molecules give up electrons, this is called oxidation. Because most everything in nature is exposed to oxygen, most everything in nature undergoes the process of oxidation.

Basically, things exposed to oxygen become "oxidized". To give you a good example of this process, just think about a piece of iron left out in the back yard. Over a period of a few weeks, that iron will have a thin coating of rust on its surface. How did this happen? Essentially the electrons in the molecules of iron freely gave themselves up to the oxygen around them.

Well guess what? We breathe oxygen. And over time we oxidize - or you could say we rust. Though we don't necessarily turn brown with actual rust, we do get age spots, gray hair, wrinkles, aches and pains and are subject to various disease processes. This is evidence of oxidation - part of the aging process.

Oxidation is a natural chemical process that occurs in all cells. However, uncontrolled oxidation is harmful to cells and can kill them. Most anti-cancer treatments, from radiation therapy to chemotherapy, produce oxidative events to kill cancer cells.

Free radicals are a type of highly reactive molecule that causes oxidation in cells. Cells generally make proteins, known as antioxidants that have the ability to "mop up" the harmful free radicals and thus prevent injury to the cell.

Heavy metals in your body multiply those free radicals chain reactions several thousands, possibly several million times. When a free radical molecule hits a metal atom in your body, the effect is multiplied many-fold. This is why it is so important to remove toxic metals from your body with Detoxamin.

Oxidation in the human body is associated with little molecules known as free radicals. When atoms come together, they form molecules. How those molecules are formed is through the joining together of the atom electrons. Electrons like to be in pairs. If something comes along (like oxygen) and strips an electron off this molecule, that molecule now has a free, unpaired electron. Now this makes for a very unhappy little electron because it is missing its partner. It now behaves quite radically - hence the name free radical. When this happens in the body, that free radical will look to find an electron anywhere it can. If it finds one on a good cell, it will snatch an electron from that cell, damaging it in the process and thereby creating another free radical. This process is repeated in infinitum until the free radical meets up with a molecule that has an extra electron that it can donate to the equation to stop the reaction.

It's impossible to be alive and not have some oxidative damage. Free radicals are produced by normal processes in the body, such as the production of energy and immune function. Free radicals also come from environmental sources including heavy metals, household chemicals, ultraviolet radiation, tobacco smoke, food additives, foods that have been fried in oil that's been used over and over again (typical in many fast-food restaurants), and other pollutants. Once free radicals are released, they will multiply exponentially in chain reactions, unless they are stopped by antioxidants.

The more toxic metals in your body, the higher the free radical activity.

 

Healthy aging can be accomplished by:

  • Taking Detoxamin to remove the constant toxic build up and constant toxic assault

  • Keeping body weight down

  • Ingesting raw foods that contain nutrients and minimize free radical reactions in the body

  • Supplementing your diet with anti-oxidants, enzymes and multi-vitamins and more

  • Keeping your digestive system and colon healthy

  • Exercise

 

Chelation Theraphy:

Effective EDTA Chelation: A Brief History

 

For decades IV EDTA chelation therapy has saved the lives of many people across the globe. With IV chelation (intravenous or given in the vein by needle), calcium disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (CaNa2EDTA) is given slowly over three or four hours, at a dosage of two to three grams per treatment. The results of this therapy have literally given patients a new lease on life. Chelation therapy works by pulling out heavy metals from damaged hearts and heart valves, as well as from hidden stores within blood vessels, kidneys, and more. It has even pulled out the calcifications from arteries. Although it has been a miracle for many, like anything else it has its disadvantages

  • You need a chelation physician located in your city, and many people have had to travel several hours to find one.

  • Once you get there, chelation is usually administered in 3000mg dosages in a procedure that lasts three to four hours. This is generally done two to four times a week, for 30-60 weeks (or more).

  • By forcing a chelation dose of 3 grams into the body over a short period of time, unnecessary stress is placed on organs, such as the kidneys.

  • The cost is usually more than $150.00 per session, not counting travel and time away from work.

  • Blood studies reveal that plasticizers from the IV bags and tubing accumulate in the bloodstream and later end up contaminating the rest of the body. These plastics from IV's often end up in the peroxisomes - little organelles inside the cells (except mature red blood cells because they have lost their nuclei). They quietly damage the chemistry needed by all cell membranes and thereby lead to further diseases, including high blood pressure.

So as life saving as EDTA chelation has been, it is time consuming, difficult, inconvenient, potentially dangerous and expensive. You might say it is detoxification done in the vein. But due to all these negatives, it is really done in vain.

 

A Safe Alternative to Traditional IV EDTA Chelation

Fortunately, an alternative delivery method (using a proprietary chelation suppository) has opened up the whole world of heavy metal detoxification, making it available to everyone. Chelation Suppositories are medically equivalent to the traditional IV EDTA chelation method but eliminate the problems that are associated with IV EDTA delivery. The very same ingredient that goes into the IV (CaNa2EDTA or calcium disodium EDTA) has been incorporated into rectal suppositories.

The dosage is smaller so that it does not put so much strain on the body, especially the kidneys. Each suppository contains 750mg of calcium disodium EDTA (about a quarter of regular IV dosage), which is slowly absorbed through the sigmoid colon (while you sleep) and gently works to detoxify the body of any heavy metals. This delivery method altogether avoids the disadvantages associated with traditional IV chelation. EDTA Chelation has been carefully developed and is supported by years of research. It is the most effective chelation system available and is readily used by both physicians and consumers worldwide.

 

The Advantages of EDTA Chelation Therapy

  • You save money and time as well as the danger of traveling.

  • You lose no time from work or home.

  • You are gently coaxing the heavy metals out of the body with a quarter of the dose you would be given with the IV method. This relieves the kidneys and the rest of the body from the strain of forcing a higher dose on it over a shorter period of time.

  • It is extremely inexpensive; the cost of the suppositories for nightly chelation for a month can be approximately what you would pay for one chelation session.

  • There are no diseases producing phthalates to be absorbed, since there are no IV's.

  • You have total flexibility with the dose.

  • CALL DR. CHARLTON COOK, Ph.D. 888-372-2254 or email: drsharlton@doctor.com

  • We have Oral and Suppostitory Chelation Therapy from $1000.00 to $2500.00. This is cheaper and less time consuming then IV Chelation. IV Chelation session can last for 2 to 4 hours. The cost is from $50.00 to $100.00. Usually 30 sessions. So avg cost is about $2000.00 to $4000.00 for IV Theraphy. Dr. Cook's Oral or Suppostitory Chelation is less expensive.


So Gentle, it Works While You Sleep

This method of administering EDTA is also extremely effective. By utilizing suppository delivery, the body will be able to process the product without having to filter it through protective channels in the liver and is therefore an efficient means for administering EDTA throughout the body. More efficient, less invasive, 70% less expensive and safer; these are only some of the reasons to be using chelation suppositories. What was once a time-consuming, prescriptive treatment costing thousands of dollars is now available to you in the privacy of your own home. The simple solution to safe and effective EDTA chelation is this: take Detoxamin chelation suppositories at night and wake up to better health in the morning.

 

What Makes Chelation Suppositories Unique

Several characteristics separate us from other chelation products or methods.

 

EDTA Chelation uses calcium-disodium EDTA (CaNa2EDTA)

This is very important because this form of EDTA has the longest history of reversing all sorts of cardiovascular diseases including hypertension, angina, claudication, congestive heart failure, and arrhythmias, but also dissolving occlusive plaques that were blocking important neck, heart and leg vessels and where surgery was contraindicated. It removes cholesterol plaque and lowers cholesterol. In fact, EDTA is the same ingredient they put in blood tubes in the laboratory to keep blood from prematurely clotting. Yet, EDTA is so safe it has been FDA approved for over 40 years.

EDTA Chelation Adult Chelation Suppositories have been formulated with 750mg of Ca-EDTA. Don't be fooled by lower dosage formulas.

EDTA Chelation is backed by two clinical studies that have clearly proven scientifically it's safety and medical equivalence to IV EDTA Chelation. EDTA Chelation is also clinically proven in our sister clinic, Tustin Longevity Center. Rita Ellithorpe MD, a physician practicing integrative medicine for over 30 years has used EDTA Chelation on well over 600 patients to date with clear evidence of this amazing product's efficacy and safety. Detoxamin is also clinically proven each and everyday in hundreds of other clinics around the world.

cGMP Manufacturing

Our affiliate manufacturing facility is registered with the FDA. Our products are manufactured under the supervision of expert PhDs in chemistry and nutrition and our processes are in strict accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs). All ingredients are of the highest USP grade, with essays certifying potency and purity. Our state-of-the-art, scientific quality-control (QC) testing lab ensures that health care professionals and consumers are receiving the highest quality products available. No other chelation suppository can say this.

 

SYMPTOMS AND CONDITIONS

NICKLE:

Butter, fertilizers, food processing, fuel oil combustion, hydrogenated fats and oils, imitation whipped cream, industrial waste, kelp, margarine, oysters, stainless steel cookware, tea, tobacco smoke

    CAUSES:
Anorexia, kidney dysfunction, apathy, disruption of hormones, fever, hemorrhages, headache, heart attack, intestinal cancer, muscle tremors, nausea, oral cancer, skin problems, vomiting

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MERCURY:

Adhesives, air conditioner filters, algaecides, antiseptics, battery manufacturing, body powders, broken thermometers, burning newspapers and building materials, calomel lotions, cereals, congenital intoxication, cosmetics, dental amalgams, diuretics, fabric softeners, felt, floor waxes, fungicides, germicides, grains, industrial waste, insecticides, laxatives, lumber, manufacture of paper and chlorine, medications, mercurochrome, paints, paper products, pesticides, photoengraving, polluted water, Preparation H, psoriasis ointment, seafoods (especially tuna and swordfish), sewage disposal, skin lightening creams, soft contact lens solution, suppositories, tanning leather, tatooing, water (contaminated), wood preservatives

CAUSES:
Adrenal dysfunction, allergy, alopecia, anorexia, anxiety, birth defects, blushing, brain damage, cataracts, cerebral palsy, poor coordination / jerky movements, deafness, depression, dermatitis, discouragement, dizziness, drowsiness, eczema, emotional disturbances, excess saliva, fatigue, gum bleeding and soreness, headaches (band type), hearing loss, hyperactivity, hypothyroidism, forgetfulness, immune dysfunction, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney damage, loss of self-control, memory loss, mental retardation, metallic taste, migraines, nervousness, nerve fiber degeneration, numbness, pain in limbs, rashes, retinitis, schizophrenia, shyness, speech disorders, suicidal tendencies, tingling, tremors (eyelids, lips, tongue, fingers, extremities), vision loss

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LEAD

Ash, auto exhaust, battery manufacturing, bone meal, canned fruit and juice, car batteries, cigarette smoke, coal combustion, colored inks, congenital intoxication, cosmetics, eating utensils, electroplating, household dust, glass production, hair dyes, industrial emissions, lead pipes, lead-glazed earthenware pottery, liver, mascara, metal polish, milk, newsprint, organ meats, paint, pencils, pesticides, produce near roads, putty, rain water, pvc containers, refineries, smelters, snow, tin cans with lead solder sealing (such as juices, vegetables), tobacco, toothpaste, toys, water (city / well), wine

CAUSES:
Abdominal pain, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, anemia, anorexia, anxiety, arthritis (rheumatoid and osteo), attention deficit disorder, autism, back pain, behavioral disorders, blindness, cardiovascular disease, cartilage destruction, coordination loss, concentration loss, constipation, convulsions, deafness, depression, dyslexia, emotional instability, encephalitis, epilepsy, fatigue, gout, hallucinations, headaches, hostility, hyperactivity, hypertension, hypothyroid, impotence, immune suppression, decreased IQ, indigestion, infertility, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, kidney disorders, learning disability, liver dysfunction, loss of will, memory loss (long term), menstrual problems, mood swings, muscle aches, muscle weakness, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, myelopathy (spinal cord pathology), nausea, nephritis, nightmares, numbness, Parkinson's disease, peripheral neuropathies, psychosis, psychomotor dysfunction, pyorrhea, renal dysfunction, restlessness, retardation, schizophrenia, seizures, sterility, stillbirths, sudden infant death syndrome, tingling, tooth decay, vertigo

 

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 IRON:

Drinking water, iron cookware, iron pipes, welding,. foods: blackstrap molasses, bone meal, bran, chives, clams, heart, kidney, leafy vegetables, legumes, liver, meat, molasses, nuts, organ meats, oysters, parsley, red wine, refined foods, shellfish, soybeans, wheat germ, whole grains

CAUSES:
Amenorrhea, anger, rheumatoid arthritis, birth defects, bleeding gums, cancer, constipation, diabetes, dizziness, emotional problems, fatigue, headache, heart damage, heart failure, hepatitis, high blood pressure, hostility, hyperactivity, infections, insomnia, irritability, joint pain, liver disease, loss of weight, mental problems, metallic taste in mouth, myasthenia gravis, nausea, pancreas damage, Parkinson's disease, premature aging, schizophrenia, scurvy, shortness of breath, stubborness

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 COOPER:

Birth control pills, congenital intoxication, copper cookware, copper IUDs, copper pipes, dental alloys, fungicides, ice makers, industrial emissions, insecticides, swimming pools, water (city / well), welding, avocado, beer, bluefish, bone meal, chocolate, corn oil, crabs, gelatin, grains, lamb, liver, lobster, margarine, milk, mushrooms, nuts, organ meats, oysters, perch, seeds, shellfish, soybeans, tofu, wheat germ, yeast

CAUSES:
Acne, adrenal insufficiency, allergies, alopecia, anemia, anorexia, anxiety, arthritis (osteo & rheumatoid), autism, cancer, chills, cystic fibrosis, depression, diabetes, digestive disorders, dry mouth, estrogen dominance, fatigue, fears, fractures, fungus, heart attack, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, Hodgkin's disease, hyperactivity, hypertension, hyperthyroid, hypoglycemia, infections, inflammation, insomnia, kidney disorders, libido decreased, lymphoma, mental illness, migraines, mood swings, multiple sclerosis, myocardial infarction, nausea, nervousness, osteoporosis, panic attacks, paranoia, phobias, PMS, schizophrenia, senility, sexual dysfunction, spacey feeling, stuttering, stroke, tooth decay, toxemia of pregnancy, urinary tract infections, yeast infections

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 CADUIM

Airborne industrial contaminants, batteries, candy, ceramics, cigarette smoke, colas, congenital intoxication, copper refineries, copper alloys, dental alloys, drinking water, electroplating, fertilizers, food from contaminated soil, fungicides, incineration of tires / rubber / plastic, instant coffee, iron roofs, kidney, liver, marijuana, processed meat, evaporated milk, motor oil, oysters, paint, pesticides, galvanized pipes, processed foods, refined grains / flours cereals, rubber, rubber carpet backing, seafoods (cod, haddock, oyster, tuna), sewage, silver polish, smelters, soft water, solders (including in food cans), tobacco, vending machine soft drinks, tools, vapor lamps, water (city, softened, well), welding metal

CAUSES
Alcoholism
, alopecia, anemia, arthritis (osteo and rheumatoid), bone disease, bone pain in middle of bones, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cavities, cerebral hemorrhage, cirrhosis, diabetes, digestive disturbances, emphysema, enlarged heart, flu-like symptoms, growth impairment, headaches, high cholesterol, hyperkinetic behavior, hypertension, hypoglycemia, impotence, inflammation, infertility, kidney disease, learning disorders, liver damage, lung disease, migraines, nerve cell damage, osteoporosis, prostate dysfunction, reproductive disorders, schizophrenia, stroke

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 ARSENIC:

Burning of arsenate treated building materials, coal combustion, insect sprays, pesticides, soils (arsenic rich), seafood from coastal waters, especially muscles, oysters and shrimp

CAUSES:
Abdominal pain, anorexia, brittle nails, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, chronic anemia, burning in mouth / esophagus / stomach / bowel, confusion, convulsions, dermatitis, drowsiness, enzyme inhibition, garlicky odor to breath / stool, hair loss, headaches, hyper-pigmentation of nails and skin, increased risk of liver / lung / skin cancers, low grade fever, mucous in nose and throat, muscle aches / spasms / weakness, nervousness, respiratory tract infection, swallowing difficulty, sweet metallic taste, throat constriction

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ALUMINUM

Alum, aluminum foil, animal feed, antacids, aspirin, auto exhaust, baking powder, beer, bleached flour, cans, ceramics, cheese, cigarette filters, color additives, construction materials, cookware, cosmetics, dental amalgams, deodorants, drinking water, drying agents, dust, insulated wiring, medicinal compounds, milk products, nasal spray, pesticides, pollution, salt, tap water, tobacco smoke, toothpaste, treated water, vanilla powder.

CAUSES: 

ALS, Alzheimer's, anemia, appetite loss, behavioral problems, cavities, colds, colitis, confusion, constipation, dementia, dry mouth, dry skin, energy loss, excessive perspiration, flatulence, headaches, heartburn, hyperactivity, inhibition of enzyme systems, kidney dysfunction, lowered immune function, learning disabilities, leg twitching, liver dysfunction, memory loss, neuromuscular disorders, numbness, osteoporosis, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, peptic ulcer, psychosis, reduced intestinal activity, senility, skin problems, spleen pain, stomach pain, weak and aching muscles

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS AND CONDITIONS PLEASE CALL

DR. CHARTLTON COOK PH.D. TODAY. 888-372-2254

EMAIL: DRSHARLTON@DOCTOR.COM