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Anonymous asked July 5, 2017

Is EDTA safe for use by someone who has A-FIb?

Can edta pills be taken by someone who has afib?

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Absolutely.  

The short-term benefit of oral EDTA is that you will have a small amount of EDTA in your blood every day, which acts as an anti-coagulant to help prevent the ever-present danger of blood clots which are a common cause of heart attacks and strokes in those with A-Fib.

The long-term benefit, of course, is the anti-atherosclerotic effect of chelation therapy, which may be a contributory factor in the development of A-fib. 

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