“Am I really anemic” Playbook; or said another way: “Not known because not looked for” – Questions you can ask your physician.
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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.
Your iron isn’t low, it’s non-functional: Make it functional by raising ceruloplasmin.
You are not anemic! You have ‘anemia’ of chronic inflammation, which means you are iron toxic, and it’s being stored in your tissues.
Iron causes cancer.
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.
Iron accumulation in the brain causes Alzheimer’s disease.
Low hemoglobin, ferritin, serum iron and saturation are all indications of iron dysregulation caused by low bioavailable copper which is expressed as low ceruloplasmin.
You are not anemic! Instead raise your ceruloplasmin because it guarantees iron circulation throughout your body.