Hemochromatosis in Women Before and After Menopause

September 28, 2012
  Hereditary hemochromatosis is a common genetic condition that makes a person more prone to absorbing too much iron. Premenopausal women are largely protected from iron overload because of menstruation...
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Updated Results for Hereditary Hemochromatosis

July 27, 2012
Editor’s Note: This post does not reflect the current product offering for customers in the United States. Mutations in the HFE gene cause most forms of hereditary hemochromatosis – a...
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The Iron Scale: Factors Tipping Towards Overload

July 11, 2012
Some of us may have grown up thinking that spinach is a good source of iron, but this isn’t exactly true. It’s been said that a report from the 1800’s...
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The Most Common Genetic Disease

July 02, 2012
Hemochromatosis is the most common genetic disease you never heard of. Sometimes called the “Celtic Curse,” hemochromatosis affects an estimated one in every 300 Americans, but many who have it have no idea they do.
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