Tag: transferrin


Iron Toxicity Post #76: ‘Hypoferremia’ (Low Serum Iron) occurs in ANY Inflammatory state

Hypoferremia occurs in any inflamed state and it is code for low bioavailable copper not lack of iron.

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Iron Toxicity Post #75: PROOF that Copper Deficiency is the CAUSE of so-called ‘anemia’

How does iron get out of enterocytes? What causes buildup of iron in the tissues all over the body?

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Iron Toxicity Post #66: ‘Iron and the RBC (Red Blood Cell): Is this where the assault begin?

Iron and the RBC (Red Blood Cells): Is this where the oxidative assault begins? [Hint: yes!]

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Iron Toxicity Post #26: Red Blood Cell metabolism is by inference Iron metabolism

The objective of iron metabolism is mobilization, and ceruloplasmin is the metabolic agent to guarantee that functional requirement is met.

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