I just rec'd a flier in the mail for a chelating cream.
It's called EDTA Keladine Creme. This is the first of heard of chelating thru the skin. Since you mention transdermal in your post I thought you may know something about this product.
The return envelope is to Biscayne Labs in Ocala, Fl.
I've tried oral chelation with no noticable results, except that the capsules started to get brown spots inside them, so figuring it was some form of oxidation, I tossed them.
I understand this would be a good option for those too weak to have a by-pass. Are there any other benefits to this method?
About a year ago I noticed a difference in the feeling of my skin on my toes. I could still feel, but not as acutely at a surface level. Then I got what I believe is a toe nail fungus.
When I finally went to a doctor I was told it wasn't contagious, but a skin condition. Although the cortisone creme he prescribed is helping, I'd like to address this issue at a deeper level.
Any comments or advice appreciated.