Iron reduction response and demographic differences between diabetics and non-diabetics with cardiovascular disease entered into a controlled clinical trial.
This recent article looked at levels of ferritin and blood sugar levels. It showed that higher ferritin levels causes an increase in oxidative stress, which impairs iron utilization and results in lower red blood cell counts in diabetics. Regular blood renewal resulted in an increase in red blood count and a decrease in blood sugar over time. High sugar in turn damages iron transport proteins and leads to lower blood counts in diabetics despite the patients having iron overload.
To reduce free radical damage, lower blood sugar and thus reduce the risk of cancer, hypertension, brain degeneration and circulatory diseases, find out your serum ferritin level and have it corrected by phlebotomy and EDTA Chelation therapy.
Half of adult Americans are diabetic or prediabetic. These patients, more than any other group, obtain benefits from correcting their iron levels and undergoing a series of EDTA Chelation therapy treatments.
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