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Iron Toxicity Post #32: How oxidative stress created by iron cause metabolic changes. (Formerly ITP#31)
The ‘rusting’ properties of iron that occur inside our bodies, particularly as it relates to DNA *dings! *, Ascorbic acid, and lipid per-oxidation.
Do you ever wonder what happens when iron and magnesium get together and the effect of iron overload in the liver on magnesium status?
Learn about how the body pH affects magnesium and calcium, its role in intracellular and extracellular matrix, also its impact on blood pressure and insulin.
Iron Toxicity Post #29: Irregular iron blood markers especially low ferritin is code for more magnesium, ceruloplasmin and B2
When iron blood markers show irregularities, especially low ferritin, we know that’s code for the need for more magnesium, ceruloplasmin (bioavailable copper) and riboflavin (B2).
Stop allowing ferritin-only blood tests. Ferritin is coming from damaged cells and has leaked its pro-oxidant iron load.
Study on how ferritin is not an indicator of hepatic stores in anemia.
The objective of iron metabolism is mobilization, and ceruloplasmin is the metabolic agent to guarantee that functional requirement is met.
Iron movement not iron storage as iron is supposed to RE-cycle. Find out why ferritin only is not the marker for anemia and the connection to ceruloplasmin.
Diabetes is not a medical disease; it is just copper and iron dysregulation.
Iron shavings in processed food, a YouTube depiction.
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