Excess Iron

How Too Much Iron Harms Your Heart

…research indicates that iron overload, or hemochromatosis, can actually increase your risk for cardiovascular problems and harm your heart health. How Elevated Iron Levels Affect Heart Health Hemochromatosis is an acquired or hereditary defect of iron metabolism in which excess iron is deposited in tissues…

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Blood Iron Levels and Heart Disease

…However, research suggests that iron overload, or hemachromatosis, is a risk factor of heart disease. Hemachromatosis is an acquired or heredi?tary defect of iron metabolism in which excess iron is deposited in tissues and not available for oxygen trans?port. Unless iron is lost through menstruation or…

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Health Benefits of Donating Blood

excess iron in your blood. Your body stores iron in your muscles and other tissues, but unless it’s lost through menstruation or by donating blood, toxic levels can accumulate in your system. A Finnish study examined 1,900 men ages 42 to 60 for five years. What they found is that men with excessive

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Signs and Symptoms of Coronary Artery Disease

…LDL * C-reactive protein (CRP), a key indicator of inflammation and chronic infection in the body * Excess fibrinogen, a protein that helps regulate the clotting process; and * Excess ferritin (iron), which contributes to arterial toxicity and cholesterol oxidation. Emotional stress. Stress hormones…

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4 Medical Tests You Should Get

…Test: Getting your blood drawn: Any time you get your blood drawn, or better yet donate blood, it thins the blood. Giving blood also removes excess ferritin (iron), which can contribute to arterial toxicity and cholesterol oxidation. For the best heart health benefits, I recommend donating a unit of blood…

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