Tag: Vitamin A


Armstrong Sistas | Iron Overload: Cause of Histamine Intolerance? | The Root Cause w/ Morley Robbins Pt. 2 | August 14, 2020

Morley answers questions regarding iron overload, vitamin A, cast iron pans, and more. We also go into how iron overload is related to histamine intolerance. | Armstrong Sistas | August 14, 2020

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Paleo Valley with Autumn & Chas Smith | Anemia, Autophagy, Copper Toxicity & Vitamin A with Morley Robbins – Episode 220 | January 23, 2020

According to this week’s podcast guest, creator of the Root Cause Protocol, Morley Robbins, this avoidance of vitamin A rich foods, “is one of the most devastating events in our nutritional history.” | January 23, 2020

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Iron Toxicity Post #74: Will the REAL Vitamin-A step forward

Vitamin A (retinol) and iron metabolism and dispelling the myth surround vitamin A being toxic.

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Toxicity Post #69: Retinol-A is an absolute requirement for building blood and especially hemoglobin.

Retinol-A is an absolute requirement for building blood and especially hemoglobin. This post is challenging the mind-numbing and wrong myth-conception that iron is the ‘answer’ to iron that is showing low and dysfunctional.

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Iron Toxicity Post #65: There is NO such thing as ‘Iron Metabolism’. There is ONLY Copper<>Iron Metabolism

This iron post has nine articles that examine iron metabolism and homeostasis. But nowhere do they highlight that there is no such thing as ‘Iron Metabolism’. There is only Copper<>Iron Metabolism, and Iron is the dummy!

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Iron Toxicity Post #11: If the Sun is the ‘center’ of our Universe, I’m coming to regard Ceruloplasmin as the ‘Sun’ of our universe of metabolic activity.

Iron is the ‘stressor’ that is causing excess loss of magnesium. It is the causative agent to create oxygen stress, and nitrogen stress that is at the heart of neutering ceruloplasmin. Ceruloplasmin is the very protein/enzyme that is essential to properly manage this toxic metal and Morley talks about the studies on the structure and function of ceruloplasmin and the relationship with iron.

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