This report provides some advice for parents who’s children have hemochromatosis, particularly regarding diet. From the personal experience of our CEO, who’s 17 year old Son has HH, do not accept the medical professions guidelines on what is a ‘safe level’ of SF in children. George’s son was at c.200 and was experiencing lethargy, mood swings and joint discomfort. After donating blood (at the NHS blood bank) his Son’s symptoms rapidly improved !
We have seen lots of questions raised around diet, what to eat, what not to eat, etc. This infographic is a useful ‘at-a-glance’ reference about foods that can help the health of your liver, something of interest to many HH sufferers.
A very useful and exhaustive list, from the USDA, of the Iron content of many foods, what to eat, what not to eat.
From a young age we are taught that iron is a nutrient that makes us strong. It is a vital component of haemoglobin, which is the substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen. Since the 1940s, breakfast cereals have been fortified with a variety of vitamins and minerals, and today they represent one of the key ways that children meet their daily iron requirements.
Research suggests this herb can influence blood sugar control, Iron chelation and more. Possibly the best supplement that an HH sufferer can take!
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Coffee and Tea are consumed by the majority of the world’s population, how do they affect your iron absorption rates? Well worth a read.