iron-overload

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    Iron Decreases Adiponectin - Phlebotomy(blood Donation),Manganese,zinc,vitamin D Increasing It

    Adipocyte iron regulates adiponectin and insulin sensitivity. - PubMed - NCBI Iron overload is associated with increased diabetes risk. We therefore investigated the effect of iron on adiponectin, an insulin-sensitizing adipokine that is decreased in diabetic patients. In humans, normal-range...
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    Effects Of Excess Dietary Iron And Fat On Glucose And Lipid Metabolism

    Effects of excess dietary iron and fat on glucose and lipid metabolism. - PubMed - NCBI Abstract PURPOSE: Diets rich in fat and energy are associated with metabolic syndrome (MS). Increased body iron stores have been recognized as a feature of MS. High-fat diets (HFs), excess iron loading and...
  3. Amazoniac

    Magnesium Deficiency, A Brief Review

    Beliebers, This review was written in a weird manner because I guess the guy had more freedom than what we would expect from a researcher in a published review. Nevertheless, I’m sharing because it has some interesting points that can direct people here to look for those subjects in more depth...
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    Biomarker For Liver Iron Overload

    I exchanged some posts with forum member Such_Saturation on another thread discussing non-invasive biomarkers for determining iron contents (saturation) in organs such as the liver. In iron overload states, iron often accumulates in the liver and liver diseases is thought to be caused largely by...
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    Taurine supplementation reduces oxidative stress and protects the liver in an iron-overload murine m

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25201602 We previously demonstrated that iron overload induces liver damage by causing the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Taurine is a potent free radical scavenger that attenuates the damage caused by excessive oxygen free radicals. Therefore...
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    Is There Any Way To Lower Iron Without Donating Blood?

    I wonder, lets say you have too much iron, How can you get rid of it. Is there any other way other than getting rid of some blood. How can you even get rid of any blood other than donating it and they take a huge ammount, too much.
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    Iron

    --Dr. Ray Peat from "Iron's Dangers" http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/iron-dangers.shtml I think iron is an overlooked, major "bad guy" in PeatWorld. Personally, I have extremely high Ferritin levels, which could reflect high iron stores in my tissues, although it could also reflect high...
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