I go through many websites, I put everything together based on what I’ve read, I cannot put all the links here. It would be too much. Besides if someone wants to find the information, it’s all on the internet.
Here are some:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22713799http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20510668http://www.aamds.org/node/82http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2507689
I would like to make a correction to my last post. I used grams in everything it should be in mg and g.
"we may have 20g of excess iron in our bodies in iron overload cases, our daily need is anywhere from 8 to 15 mg/day and we are losing iron 1mg daily"
Important information, Vitamin C removes all minerals not just iron, so you should supplement with the other minerals. No matter what are you doing, you still need other vitamins and minerals so you don’t get sick. Make sure you eat enough vegetables and meat to keep you going but you have to have iron absorption deficit or it won’t work. Remember my daughter’s anemia? When she was in the hospital the CBC test came normal, she had it done again recently at the ER after she was consuming chicken liver. This is how I know the anemia is there to get rid of the excess floating iron. This is natural body defense.http://www.townsendletter.com/May2009/chelation0509.htm
This is my second day with 1000mg of vitamin C as a chelator and I am doing great. The itch is completely gone and I still had enough energy to clean the house, I’ve lost 5 pounds without even trying. The only thing I am doing differently right now is I am not snacking between meals unless it’s chicken and I don’t overeat because I don’t feel hungry.
Want2bike , I can’t blame my parents for not teaching me things they didn’t know, I don’t blame myself for the same. We learn as we grow, we grow as we learn. I'll let you know how am I doing after trying higher dose of vit. C. The last thing I need now is diarrhea.