Category: Iron Toxicity Posts
Iron Toxicity Post #50: The Iron-ic deceit of Hormone D
Vitamin D is a sign of low magnesium and high-unbound iron.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #49: IP-6 offers a compelling solution to iron overload
IP-6 offers a compelling solution to iron overload.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #47: The truth about the cause of mitochondrial dysfunction (as least as I see it)
How the key (copper) and the fuel (cardiolipin) prevents mitochondrial dysfunction in the lipids getting rusty. The cause of mitochondrial dysfunction.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #46: The “Reader’s Digest” version of what causes mitochondrial dysfunction
How the key (copper) and the fuel (cardiolipin) prevents the mitochondrial dysfunction in the lipids getting rusty.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #45: Brain aging and Alzheimer’s
Iron accumulation in the brain causes Alzheimer’s disease.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #43: The ‘gestation and birth’ of iron toxicity
Morley discuss iron levels, hemodilution and pregnancyRead More
Iron Toxicity Post #42: K.I.S.S. Keep it simple searchers!
K.I.S.S. Keep it simple searchers. Learn what happens is when iron, when not properly bound by transport or regulatory proteins, is pro-oxidant, and thus, very toxic to our health. Get the proper tests, not ferritin, to know your real status.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #41: Anemia of Inflammation and how it relates to anemia
In my ever-continuing efforts to get folks from the entire world over to restore and protect their magnesium (Mg) status, I’ve taken a most unexpected and extended journey into and…Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #40: Medication can cause iron induced oxidative stress!
Pharmaceutical drugs cause collateral damage to the mitochondria. Review the 72 most popular drugs that can impact on the mitochondria.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #38: Why Vitamin D and iron is not a good idea!
Vitamin D and excess unbound iron creates destructive hydroxyl radicals (OH*) in the body.Read More
Iron Toxicity Post #37: There’s no such thing as heart failure!
There's no such thing as heart failure! Excess, unbound iron activates the mechanisms of apoptosis and cell death and not just in the heart!Read More