Setting the record straight on “iron homeostasis”
You do not have a Candida Infection… You do have an Iron Infestation!
Blue light, nnEMFs, iron, and their connections to alzheimer’s and all neurodegenerative conditions. Alas, melanin, being used as a master iron-trapping agent, is being diverted from its majestic roles in our bodies.
Iron Toxicity Post #60: ‘Am I really anemic?’ or said another way: ‘Not known because not looked for’
“Am I really anemic” Playbook; or said another way: “Not known because not looked for” – Questions you can ask your physician.
This post is based on a tale of two irons, hepcidin peptide that regulates them and causes chaos, confusion, clinical conditions and clinical currency.
Excess iron causes calcification all over the body, including the soft tissues and organs. We’re talking arterial plaque, cataracts, liver and gallbladder stones, etc.
Textbook by world-renowned hematologists gives us one sentence about the cause of iron overload and its impact on a litany of diseases. Absence of ceruloplasmin in the neurons and retina results in lipid peroxidation that in turn causes cell damage and death, followed by organ dysfunction.
You are not anemic, at least not anemic from “iron deficiency!” I am gradually assembling the research that is making it patently obvious that this ubiquitous declaration that many members are terrorized with their iron status is an absolute case of mistaken identity....
Ferritin in the serum is a sign of tissue pathophysiology. Without the ceruloplasmin ferroxidase enzyme, iron doesn’t load properly into ferritin. So it gets damaged and takes on the properties of hemosiderin where iron is stored and doesn’t come out.
‘A Tale of Two Cities.’ You’re not “anemic”. It is bioavailable copper (aka ceruloplasmin) that is key to making iron functional! Bioavailable copper’s ferroxidase role in preventing neurodegeneration.