By Wand Agency
Medical communities consider chelation as a legitimate treatment heavy metal toxicity. People who work as welders, smelters, dentists, thermometer manufacturers, and taxidermists are always exposed to the neurotoxins lead and mercury. Agriculturists, farmers, animal workers and veterinarians may also be at risk since they often work with pesticides, herbicides, rodent poisons and veterinary parasitic medicines. Children who live in old houses painted with lead paint and those who have amalgam fillings are also exposed to lead and mercury. These people may undergo chelation to detoxify their bodies of heavy metals.