Introducing National Nutrition's newest Youtube series "Natural Health Reviews". We sit down with Naturopathic Doctor Jonathan Beatty, as he tells us about Hemochromatosis and what happens when the body absorbs too much Iron into the gastrointestinal tract.
To read more about Hemochromatosis please click here: https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/health-concerns/hemochromatosis/
There are two types: Primary and Secondary. Primary hemochromatosis has a genetic cause and is hereditary. One can be a carrier (can pass it on) and have no symptoms. Secondary hemochromatosis is an acquired condition, caused by another disease, such as thalassemia, or sideroblastic anaemia, which is not uncommon in individuals who have received a large number of blood transfusions. Primary hemochromatosis is more common…
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