With A-FLOW, Chelation therapy is now available to be taken orally. This pure, safe and natural supplement has vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. Taken daily with juice or water, A-FLOW is absorbed quickly and easily into your body. It is recommended that A-FLOW be taken after breakfast, lunch or dinner. An upset stomach may occur when using this product. Your body will adjust to the nutrients in several days.
A-FLOW is designed to provide the benefits of Chelation therapy orally. With daily use, benefits will be gained although not as rapidly as with intravenous Chelation therapy. With the array of antioxidant ingredients in each tablet, A-FLOW functions as an antioxidant, multiple vitamin and mineral supplement.
A-FLOW is truly preventive: it inhibits the formation of harmful free radicals and it builds the immune system of the body. A-FLOW is a 100% all-natural nutritional supplement. It supplies the body with generous amounts of all nutrients known to be needed by the body with the exception of trace minerals. This will help you on the road to improved overall health.
Pregnant or lactating women should consult a physician before taking A-FLOW.
How Does Chelation Work?
The Chelation just described is the EDTA form, administered intravenously by a doctor. EDTA is a synthetic amino acid (Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid) and is put into the blood stream one drop at a time. When EDTA comes in contact with the calcium and heavy metals it binds them and carries them from the body through the kidneys. However, Oral Chelation is filtered through the liver—the “Master Chemist” of the body—which may redistribute the calcium and minerals to the other areas of the body that may need the calcium and minerals.
Calcium is the cement that holds the arterial plaque together, and when it is pulled out, the plaque collapses. A widening of the artery is the result.
The History of Chelation:
The term Chelation comes from the Greek word “Chele” which means claw of the crab—to pinch, like the binding of certain materials. Chelation is defined as the incorporation of a metal or mineral ion into a chemical heterocyclic ring structure.
It was first introduced into the USA in the 1940’s but had been used in Europe long before this time as a well recognized technique for lead poisoning. Chelation was used by the US Navy during WW II, for sailors and dock workers who had absorbed lead while painting ships and dock areas. Doctors began to notice that patients who had both lead poisoning and arteriosclerosis improved in these areas simultaneously when given Chelation therapy. Chelation therapy supports overall circulatory health and helps your body heal itself naturally.
Research indicates that Chelation therapy assists in: