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Re: No ALA with high copper?
 
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Re: No ALA with high copper?


That's a real interesting link. Thanks.

Again this is an actual case, not the general guidelines we would find in one of his books.

The person's hair Cu is reported to be a whopping 320! I don't know the ref range but in another test a 42 yr old female's ref range was 12-35.

The 58 yr old man I mentioned in a previous post, BrianMcB, had hair Cu of 84 (ref 11-32) and it was off the chart high. So 320 sounds amazingly high.

Also earlier in the discussion the woman reported that she could not tolerate zinc supplements.

Finally liver problems due to mercury were suspected of being involved in the retention of Cu.

Andy also advised her to check for continued sources of exposure in her environment.

Is this situation common enough to be used to make a general rule about treatment of high copper?


 

 
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