Chelation is supposed to remove toxic metals from your body.
Chelators bind to toxic metals but they also let some of them loose after binding. Thus the mercury from your body or mercury fillings can end up in your brain where it is much harder to remove.
Edta is not a good mercury chelator. It is used for other things such as lead,or maybe calcium? It is used as a food preservative.
I believe chlorella is supposed to bind to mercury in your gut. However chlorella is derived from plants that come from the sea and may contain mercury.
It is best to not chelate for mercury, while having mercury fillings.
Dr. Klinghardt, the source of the information, is the one that popularized
DMPS injections and DMSA every other day, the first and second most
dangerous mercury treatment protocols. Now he is on to chlorella, which is
also very dangerous. I know several people who took it per his protocol and
suffered permanent neurological damage as a result.