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Clinical Trial on Hospitalized Children Suffering from Lead Poisoning Reveals the Safety and Effectiveness of Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) Healthtorial

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Clinical Trial on Hospitalized Children Suffering from Lead Poisoning Reveals the Safety and Effectiveness of Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP)

EcoNugenics announced the results of a collaborative study with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS) that reveals the effectiveness and safety of modified citrus pectin (MCP; PectaSol) in dramatically lowering lead toxicity in children who were suffering from severe lead poisoning. The study was conducted with kids between the ages of five and twelve years old at the Department of Medicine, Childrens Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Republic of China. It was published in the current July/August issue of Alternative Therapies and Health Medicine, a peer reviewed journal.http://pferde-gala.de/gb/Sport/Clinical+Trial+on+Hospitalized+Children+Suffering+from+Lead.html

We are very excited about demonstrating the effectiveness of MCP, said principal investigator, Isaac Eliaz, M.D., L.Ac., M.S. Children are most vulnerable to the long lasting health effects of lead exposure and now there is a safe way to address a very dangerous condition. This study lays the foundation for resolving a global health issue.

Environmental scientists and health practitioners, worldwide, have had an ongoing concern about lead toxicity and children. The industry has searched far and wide for a gentle safe heavy metal chelating agent, especially for kids with high environmental chronic exposure. This study reveals that there is finally a safe, natural and effective way to address this global issue. Increased public awareness has helped reduce the prevalence of lead poisoning in the United States, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about 310,000 children below the age of five have higher-than-desirable blood lead levels in our country, alone.

Up until discovering the detoxification benefits of MCP, some of the compounds that have been used in chelation have had negative side effects. For example, they bind to essential minerals in the body, or they are unsafe for children. Modified citrus pectin is a safe, effective alternative that selectively binds to heavy metals, rather than essential minerals, and can be administered orally.

What makes it so safe and effective? Pectin is a soluble fiber extracted from the pith of citrus peels. PectaSol has been modified so it can act quickly and easily binds to lead. Once in the bloodstream, MCP binds toxic heavy metals, such as lead, which are then later excreted in the urine. This study is a real breakthrough in childrens health and will benefit children throughout the world.

Tags: agricultural research service, ARS, econugenics, Isaac Eliaz, lead poisoning, lowering lead toxicity, MCP-PectaSol, modified citrus pectin, US department of agriculture, USDA

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