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Re: Help with Iron over load and not able to give blood
 
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Re: Help with Iron over load and not able to give blood


Good info.

More:

coffee has some iron chelating properties.
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/coffee-caffeine-iron-absorption

You probably want to go on a low-ish iron diet a la Ray Peat and his crazy cult.

IP6 is a strong iron chelator that you might try, but it can also pull too many minerals out of you.
Low dose to start.

You should look into dietary/environmental sources of excess iron ie cooking in a cast iron pan, strictly avoiding 'fortified' foods, etc.

You can also look into giving blood, but having them not use it. I've heard anecdotal reports of high iron people feeling better from this.

Organic forms of iron like raw green juice anecdotally can detoxify oxidized forms. Kale, parsley, etc.

Low doses of molybdenum can antagonize iron, as can zinc, copper, manganese.

https://www.hollandandbarrett.com/shop/product/schuessler-tissue-salts-ferr-phos-4-60020801


 

 
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