Tag: Hemosiderin


Iron Toxicity Post #79: Is Stored Iron Safe?!?

Is stored iron safe? An article that explains how stored iron is not what it seems.

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Iron Toxicity Post #70: The Iron-ic truth of osteoporosis

This post is about the ironic truth of osteoporosis and its origin.

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Iron Toxicity Post #59: A Tale of two irons and the hepcidin peptide that regulates them

This post is based on a tale of two irons, hepcidin peptide that regulates them and causes chaos, confusion, clinical conditions and clinical currency.

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Iron Toxicity Post #55: Ferritin is NOTHING, Hemosiderin is EVERYTHING!

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.

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