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Is Your Body Digital or Analog?

Is Your Body Digital or Analog?

We live in a digital age.  Do you think of your body as digital or analog?  Answer this simple question.  Do you wear a modern digital watch or a traditional analog watch? Why do I ask these questions?  Because it shows how you can look at the time and space in different ways.  An analog watch does not need to be exact or precise.  A quick glance and you know exactly where you are in a diurnal 24 hour cycle. …

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Treat and Prevent Iron Deficiency Anemia

Treat and Prevent Iron Deficiency Anemia

This is the last in our series on Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anemia. In parts I, II, III, and IV, I talked about all aspects of the essentiality of iron. How to diagnose iron deficiency anemia. Various controversies surrounding iron supplementation. And the relationship of iron to various inflammatory states including cancer.  Let’s recap this series with specific treatment routines.  I encourage you to read this final wrap-up containing new and revolutionary medical paradigms. [If you want the nitty gritty,…

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Iron Deficiency Signs and Symptoms -Part IV

Iron Deficiency Signs and Symptoms -Part IV

Symptoms of Iron Deficiency Anemia: Iron is essential for oxygen carrying capacity.  Iron deficiency and anemia decreases oxygen delivery to all major organs of the body. Most especially the brain, heart and muscles.   Iron deficiency manifests with easily identified symptoms and conditions.  Here is a quick overview followed by a more detailed description.   Mental Fatigue and Cognitive Impairment. Iron is an essential cofactor for neurotransmitter and myelin synthesis.  Brain neuronal cells require iron for DNA synthesis, mitochondrial respiration, and…

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Iron Metabolism Part I: Sources, Transport, Testing

Iron Metabolism Part I: Sources, Transport, Testing

The Essentiality of Elemental iron Iron is essential for healthy red blood cell hemoglobin levels. Red blood cell hemoglobin is essential for oxygen transport. Oxygen and glucose are absolutely essential for brain function.  The topic of today’s review. I think iron metabolism, assimilation and transport is highly misunderstood. And the subject of great controversy.  Here is why. Hemoglobin is the essence of red blood cell function. And you can see in figure 1, iron is the essential core of hemoglobin….

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