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Ancestral Links, Research, Diet and more…

How, why and when did the hemochromatosis gene mutation occur? What do elevated ferritin levels tell you? Are liver biopsies beneficial? How does diet affect hemochromatosis? Answers to these questions and more are explored in these videos with Dr. Paul Adams.

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Our self-assessment tool can help determine if you are at risk for hereditary hemochromatosis.

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Hemochromatosis Explained

Hereditary hemochromatosis is caused by a defect in iron metabolism that leads to iron overload in organs, joints and tissues.

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