Iron toxicity

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Iron toxicity: is the condition of excess ferritin iron in blood.

Overview

Iron toxicity is a condition affecting men over age 19, menopausal women and women with hysterectomy.  The condition is 100% universal among the population and a MAJOR driver of inflammation and premature aging.  DO NOT IGNORE IT!

Iron toxicity is ignored by doctors and veterinarians [think dogs and cats].  Ferritin test range for ‘normal’ is 11-450, so doctors assume if you are withing range you are normal and you do not have a problem.

But, if your score is above 11, YOU MOST CERTAINLY DO HAVE A PROBLEM and you can easily correct it.

For a clear understanding of iron toxicity and how it affects you and our family, see Special Insights, How Iron Toxicity Affects Your Health by clicking hyperlink.  Here is the hyperlink for Part 1.  Part 2 link is imbedded in the report.  Below is the link to Part 1:

How Iron Toxicity Affects Your Health Iron’s Disruptive Influence On Metabolism ∙ Part 1

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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