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Iron overload can make you very sick

The condition of having too much iron in your body is a common one and yet for many doctors and their patients it is a confusing and complex subject. Everyone knows about iron deficiency, which is common in women, but when it comes to iron excess most people have no idea what it means.

The mineral iron would have to be the most essential mineral to animal life. Three quarters of the body’s total iron content is found inside the red blood cells and is part of a protein (haemoglobin) that enables red cells to carry life giving oxygen to every cell in our body.
Ten to twenty percent of iron is stored in a protein called ferritin. The rest, which is not very much (say 5 to 10% of the total body iron),  is transported around the body on another protein called transferrin and a small amount is free in the blood.

We can do tests to measure all these forms of iron with one simple blood test and this enables us to see if you have too little iron in your body or too much iron in your body or just the right amount! This is important as too little iron will make you weak and anemic and too much iron can cause a lot of diseases including cancer.

The liver has a big role in regulating how much iron is in your body!

The liver makes a hormone called hepcidin, which controls how much iron is absorbed from the intestines. An average normal daily loss of iron from the body over several months is around 1 to 2 milligrams and this loss occurs from loss of intestinal cells and skin cells and in women from menstrual bleeding. To compensate for this daily loss of iron, the liver hormone hepcidin allows 1 to 2 mg of iron to be absorbed from food in the intestines. The balance is carefully controlled by hepcidin and it’s amazing that only 10% of daily dietary iron intake is absorbed. This is important because the body has no mechanism to excrete iron from the body, other than by abnormal bleeding.

To measure your iron levels, you should have your blood taken whilst you are fasting in the morning and do not take any iron supplements for at least 24 hours before your blood test.

What causes too much iron in the body?

Hemochromatosis
The inherited disorder of hemochromatosis causes severe iron excess or overload in the body.

It is caused by an abnormal mutation (known as C282Y) in the HFE gene and you have to have 2 of these to have hemochromatosis. This abnormality causes an increased absorption of iron from the intestines around 3 times that of normal absorption. This occurs because of a deficiency in hepcidin in the liver.

Hemochromatosis is rather common and affects 1 in 200 people of Caucasian race who carry two C282Y mutations on their HFE genes. Another type of gene mutation called H63D can cause iron overload in association with one C282Y mutation but to a much lesser degree.

People with hemochromatosis can suffer severe consequences of iron overload including liver scarring (cirrhosis), liver cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, low sex hormones and a bronzing of the skin colour. The excess iron damages various organs in the body.
It is important to diagnose hemochromatosis early by doing a blood test for the HFE gene mutation and iron studies to check serum iron, ferritin, transferrin saturation and serum iron.

It is possible to prevent the excess iron from causing organ damage by removing blood on a regular basis. The treatment of blood removal is known as venesection. It may take many months or even several years to unload the body of excess iron and the venesections must be done regularly.

Hemochromatosis disease is entirely preventable but a doctor must have a high degree of awareness of hemochromatosis in people of Caucasian descent.

High Ferritin

If the blood test reveals excessively high levels of ferritin this means that the stores of iron in the body are too high. This condition is much more common than hemochromatosis, which can be excluded by doing the test for the C282Y mutation in the HFE gene. If this mutation is not present then the cause of the high iron stores (ferritin) is not hemochromatosis. Only 10% of cases of high ferritin are caused by hemochromatosis.

The most common causes of high ferritin are –

  • Syndrome X and fatty liver caused by high insulin levels
  • Liver disease
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Cancer
  • Infection
  • Problems with the immune system causing excess inflammation
  • Excess alcohol intake

If blood tests show your ferritin levels are between 300 to 1000 mcg/L, you have too much iron stored in your body and you could have any or several of the above causes.
If your blood ferritin levels are below 1000mcg/L and you do not have hereditary hemochromatosis there is not a high risk of liver damage from iron overload. If your blood ferritin levels are above 1000mcg/L you should be referred to a liver specialist (hepatologist) as you have an increased risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer.

Many people with high ferritin levels are excellent candidates to become a regular blood donor as this can safely reduce the high ferritin levels. Talk to your doctor about an appropriate referral to the Red Cross Blood Service in your country.

Recently I had a male patient, born in 1959, who was a heavy chronic drinker and who was overweight with high insulin levels and a fatty liver. His liver enzymes were way too high reflecting liver inflammation and his blood ferritin levels were moderately elevated at 650mcg/L. He decided to get healthy as he did not feel well and had a family history of cancer and autoimmune disease.

I started him on the diet in my book titled Fatty Liver – You can reverse it and a powerful liver formula. He also quit all alcohol as he was very worried he would get cancer as several of his family members had died from.  He also decided to become a blood donor.

Within 6 months all his blood tests were normal with completely normal liver enzymes and a ferritin level well below 300mcg/L. He had also lost a considerable amount of weight especially from around his abdominal area.

We can greatly reduce our risk of liver disease, cancer and diabetes by improving the liver function. I also encourage those with high blood ferritin levels to become a regular blood donor – this may add many years to your life.

33 comments

  1. Hi, I would love some advice please.
    I have been very unwell for the past 2 weeks now with
    Headache
    Fatigue
    Dizziness
    Hot\cold flushes and night sweats
    Stomach pains\period like cramps
    Bleeding gums\taste of blood in mouth
    Strog palpitations in abdomen (aorta)

    I have just had blood test results back with borderline iron (being over not under)
    And have today had another test for ferratin levels

    The fact my iron is over is very surprising to me, I do not eat any red meat or take any supplements, and I am not the best at eating my greens!

    This has also rang alarm bells as when looking at my results today, they were the same ‘borderline ‘ over as the last time I was very ill with the same symptoms (which started 2 years ago)

    Yet my doctor is still putting my symptoms purely down to ‘stress’ which I can say without a doubt I do not feel!

    Is it not blatantly obvious that my iron level being high is causing this illness? I am a very small\slight lady so wonder if a small amount over could have greater effect?

    I hope to get my ferratin results in the next couple days.
    This is really effecting my day to day life and I feel no-one is taking me seriously.

    Your advice will be very much appreciated.

    • Hello Kerry,

      Thank you for your enquiry.

      High circulating iron, usually indicates a raised ferritin level.

      Ferritin is the stored form of iron and it is stored in your liver.

      High iron symptoms are usually associated with liver congestion.

      Dr Cabot has recently released her 15 Day Cleanse – Two weeks to begin your journey toward improved liver health and function, utilising both supplements and a tasty, easy to prepare dietary regimen. Please go to http://www.drcabotcleanse.com to place an order.

      After completing the Cleanse, to further protect and boost liver health and your vitality, Dr Cabot prescribes

      Livatone Plus – 1 to 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 1 to 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health.

      You may purchase these supplements and Dr Cabot’s books at https://shop.liverdoctor.com/

      Kind Regards,
      Victoria Taylor
      Naturopath for Liverdoctor.com

  2. Hi Im a dialysis patients close to a year when I started my ferritin levels was 333 and iron saturation was 6 I was given epagen venofer for a few months mr ferritin level went up to over 3000 the iron was stopped and it is slowly going down in ont it was 3828and last month it was 2500 I was taking a supplement for restless legs but it had iron in it so I stopped it I have an appointment with hemotologist tomorrow and I will be going for an ultrasound of liver I have bad arthritis have u heard of high ferritin in dialysis patient

    • Hi Fran,

      Given the information you have emailed, it may be best if you continue consulting your healthcare professional.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutrition Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  3. A my ferritin level was 696 on 12/01/2017, 1104 on 02/15/2018, 1018 on 02/22 and 1204 on 03/14. My iron level has always been in the normal range.

    I have Type 2 diabetes which is very much under control. I also have myelodysplastic syndrome but not transfusion dependent yet but my HgB swings between 7.8 and 10.4.

    Question is, do you think I should just wait and see what happens ??

    • Hi Bob,
      High ferritin with normal iron indicates inflammation and having diabetes type 2 is very inflammatory for the body.

      Rather than managing diabetes, we recommend reversing it and the dietary recommendations in Dr Cabot’s wonderful book ‘Diabetes Type 2: You Can Reverse It Naturally’.

      Have your kidney function checked, as they produce the hormone that promotes the production of red blood cells.

      To assist you to boost your health and reduce inflammatory processes, Dr Cabot recommends

      Kidney Health Formula – 2 capsules daily with food.

      Berberine – 1 capsule three times daily – Day 2. To balance blood glucose, lower cholesterol and triglycerides, reduce anxiety, alleviate depression, and support a healthy intestinal flora.

      Regards,
      Victoria Taylor- Naturopath for Liverdoctor.com

  4. My Ferritin (500) and Transferrin Saturation (67) are high. My seeing s hemotologist and being tested for genetic hemochromatosis. Awaiting results. I’m generally in good health. I do have a fatty liver though. I don’t drink much alcohol, take any supplements, or eat much red meat. I’ve been reading your recommendations and will try them.im just wondering how artificial sweeteners effect liver? I drink about 10-12 diet cokes a day. My only vice. In wondering if this is a big problem for my liver.???

    • Hi Maureen,

      Artificial sweeteners are capable of causing toxic reactions in the body and place extra stress on the liver which has to break these toxins down.
      They should definitely be avoided by those with liver inflammation, liver disease or fatty liver.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutrition Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

      • My husbands level is 1974..he has been told to diet and donate blood every month for six months. He doesn’t have the hemochromatosis gene however has NAFLD. Any further suggestions would be greatly appreciated. A

        • Hi Amanda,

          Are you referring to your husband’s Ferritin level?

          Kind Regards,
          Jessah Robinson
          Nutrition Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

          • Good afternoon.
            My name is Liezl. I have been in and out of the hospital. After a lost of tests the results came back iv got Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Im not a drinker at all, but the Dr said my liver looks like a drinkers liver. My Iron level is 620, im a diabetes but my Dr said is not my diabetic fault that I have a liver problem and it is also not the iron fault that my liver is big and sick.I was at the Dr yesterday again, im going every second week and they still don’t have answers for me. The Dr prefer me to another Dr now for the 02 May…I’m worried that there can be more damage before they know what is the cause of my problem.I’m throwing up every morning and start to loose wait. I’m not in a lot of pain the whole time but it is sore and the swallow liver is uncomfortable. Some time I will get a very sharp pain, my spleen is also swollen. I don’t have a medical aid so I going to Ceceilia Makiwana Hospital Dr’s. I am really worried about it.

          • Hi Liezl,

            Fatty liver in non-drinkers is usually caused by a faulty diet that is usually rich in carbohydrate and processed food.

            To reverse both your Fatty Liver and your diabetes, Dr Cabot prescribes her ground-breaking book, ‘Diabetes Type 2: You Can Reverse It Naturally’, and follow the very effective dietary plan it embraces.

            To hasten the reversal process, Dr Cabot prescribes

            Berberine – 1 capsule three times daily. To balance blood glucose, lower cholesterol and triglycerides, reduce anxiety, alleviate depression, and support a healthy intestinal flora.

            Livatone Plus – 1 to 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

            N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 1 to 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster.

            MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health.

            You may purchase these supplements and Dr Cabot’s books at https://shop.liverdoctor.com/

            Kind Regards,
            Victoria Taylor
            Naturopath for Liverdoctor.com

  5. Hi ihave 444 ferittin what can i do, any help thanks

    • Hi Jayr,

      High ferritin can be caused by a number of disorders.

      If it is combined with high iron in the blood, then we suggest you have gene tests to determine if you carry any of the hemochromatosis genes, and if so you are best to have a pint of blood removed every 3 months to keep iron load in check. A diet low in red meat and vitamin c supplements at least 4 hours away from any high iron containing meal.

      If your serum iron is either low or not elevated then the high ferritin may be an indication of inflammation, usually in the liver itself but may also be associated with pain in body, often joints.
      To lower this ferritin, it is important to remove all gluten, sugar, sodas, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, processed and take-out foods from your diet. You are encouraged to have 2 cups of fresh vegetable juice to flush your liver and body with powerful alkalinising antioxidant nutrients.

      Dr Cabot recommends you begin taking

      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.

      Magnesium Ultrapotent – ½ teaspoon twice daily in a little water.
      or
      Magnesium Complete – 2 tablets twice daily.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health. Remember to take this one well away from red meats and other iron rich foods.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutrition Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  6. Hi, I’m wondering if you can clarify something from your article.

    My facts: 50 years old, male – I have elevated ferritin levels with normal iron saturation in blood (and don’t have hemochromatosis). All other blood tests are normal, with no signs of inflammation. I lowered a ferritin level of 1260 down to current level of 968 by abstaining from alcohol for 3 months. Also lost 10 pounds. Slightly overweight, but not “obese”

    I have 2 issues that I would love to get clarity on.

    1) If iron levels in the blood are normal, does that DEFINITELY mean that there is excess iron stored in my organs (specifically the liver?) Or is it possible to have high ferritin just as an anomaly without excess iron in the body? (I ask because I don’t have any other symptoms.)

    and

    2) You mention giving blood to lower ferritin levels. My previous understanding was that this is only useful if your blood is iron saturated. My serum iron levels are normal. Will giving blood help lower my ferritin anyway?

    Thanks very much for your help.

    “Many people with high ferritin levels are excellent candidates to become a regular blood donor as this can safely reduce the high ferritin levels.”

    • Hi Sharper,

      We recommend you refer to your healthcare practitioner.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  7. Hi

    My Ferritin levels came back at 1482. I will be seeing a physician next week. No treatment has been started as yet. I have just stopped eating red meat and having any form of vitamin C. Is there a specific diet I need to follow?

    Renee

    • Hi Renee,

      High ferritin can be caused by a number of disorders.

      If it is combined with high iron in the blood, then we suggest you have gene tests to determine if you carry any of the hemochromatosis genes, and if so you are best to have a pint of blood removed every 3 months to keep iron load in check. A diet low in red meat and vitamin c supplements at least 4 hours away from any high iron containing meal.

      If your serum iron is either low or not elevated then the high ferritin may be an indication of inflammation, usually in the liver itself but may also be associated with pain in body, often joints.
      To lower this ferritin, it is important to remove all gluten, sugar, sodas, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, processed and take-out foods from your diet. You are encouraged to have 2 cups of fresh vegetable juice to flush your liver and body with powerful alkalinising antioxidant nutrients.

      Dr Cabot recommends you begin taking

      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.

      Magnesium Ultrapotent – ½ teaspoon twice daily in a little water.
      or
      Magnesium Complete – 2 tablets twice daily.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health. Remember to take this one well away from red meats and other iron rich foods.

      These supplements can be purchased here: https://shop.liverdoctor.com/
      Let us know how you get on.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  8. I was recently diagnosed with hemochromatosis and my ferritin levels is 1789 how dangerous is this level

    • Hi Michael,

      We recommend you consult with your healthcare practitioner.
      You may benefit from taking
      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.

      Magnesium Ultrapotent – ½ teaspoon twice daily in a little water.
      or
      Magnesium Complete – 2 tablets twice daily.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health. Remember to take this one well away from red meats and other iron rich foods.
      These supplements can be purchased here: https://shop.liverdoctor.com/
      Let us know how you get on.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  9. Hey,

    My PCP ordered labs during my annual check-up. My ferritin was 353. He referred me to a hematologist and he ordered labs. My ferritin had increased to 430. The test confirmed that I do not have the Hemochromatosis gene. My platelets were low and my glucose was elevated. I’m also experiencing dizziness, blacking out, inflammation from hip to ankle on my right side, stabbing pains upper right abdominal, and heart palpitations.

    The hematologist doesn’t seem concerned since I don’t have the hemochromatosis gene but I’m exhausted and concerned since I’m having additional symptoms.

    • Hi Tracy,

      High ferritin can be caused by a number of different disorders.
      If your serum iron is either low or not elevated then the high ferritin may be an indication of inflammation, usually in the liver itself but may also be associated with pain in body, often joints.
      To lower this ferritin, it is important to remove all gluten, sugar, sodas, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, processed and take-out foods from your diet. You are encouraged to have 2 cups of fresh vegetable juice to flush your liver and body with powerful alkalinising antioxidant nutrients.

      Dr Cabot recommends you begin taking

      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.

      Magnesium Ultrapotent – ½ teaspoon twice daily in a little water.
      or
      Magnesium Complete – 2 tablets twice daily.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health. Remember to take this one well away from red meats and other iron rich foods.

      Let us know how you get on.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

    • Hi Tracy

      Did you ever find out what is wrong with you. I have the same symptoms and with a ferritin levelof 500+. That was last when I checked it in Oct. My right hip to toe are getting worse. All the blood test are clear.

  10. Hi, I have NASH and my liver levels are going up into the hundreds recently up to 495 but the last one seems to going down to 295 for one of the liver bloods tests, not sure which one. I also have ferritin levels just over 1000, so I will be referred to a gastroenterologist soon hopefully, but after reading on the internet, I’m worried about the ferritin levels making my liver worse. Should I give blood to get them down a bit now?… as well as taking my livertone plus capsules as well as cleaning up my diet and I’ve just bought some Theracurmin today which the pharmacist told me today is a better curcumin as it is more Bioavailable apparently? I don’t have hemochromatosis but I am a carrier.

    • Hi Michelle,

      High ferritin can be caused by a number of disorders.

      If it is combined with high iron in the blood, then we suggest you have gene tests to determine if you carry any of the hemochromatosis genes, and if so you are best to have a pint of blood removed every 3 months to keep iron load in check. A diet low in red meat and vitamin c supplements at least 4 hours away from any high iron containing meal.

      If your serum iron is either low or not elevated then the high ferritin may be an indication of inflammation, usually in the liver itself but may also be associated with pain in body, often joints.
      To lower this ferritin, it is important to remove all gluten, sugar, sodas, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, processed and take-out foods from your diet. You are encouraged to have 2 cups of fresh vegetable juice to flush your liver and body with powerful alkalinising antioxidant nutrients.

      Dr Cabot recommends you begin taking

      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.

      Magnesium Ultrapotent – ½ teaspoon twice daily in a little water.
      or
      Magnesium Complete – 2 tablets twice daily.

      MSM + Vitamin C – ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily in vegetable juice or water to reduce oxidation, inflammation and boost liver health. Remember to take this one well away from red meats and other iron rich foods.
      Let us know how you get on.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  11. Hi,
    My blood test is high in ferritin level (600 mcg/L) and it is not genetic as per another blood test done. Can I get high ferritin level due to my diet? Assuming the water I’m drinking in our area got very high iron composition maybe due to contamination working in iron ore mining area?

    • Hi Jorge,

      High ferritin can be caused by a number of disorders.

      If it is combined with high iron in the blood, then we suggest you have gene tests to determine if you carry any of the hemochromatosis genes, and if so you are best to have a pint of blood removed every 3 months to keep iron load in check. A diet low in red meat and vitamin c supplements at least 4 hours away from any high iron containing meal.

      If your serum iron is either low or not elevated then the high ferritin may be an indication of inflammation, usually in the liver itself but may also be associated with pain in body, often joints.
      To lower this ferritin, it is important to remove all gluten, sugar, sodas, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, processed and take-out foods from your diet. You are encouraged to have 2 cups of fresh vegetable juice to flush your liver and body with powerful alkalinising antioxidant nutrients.
      Dr Cabot recommends you begin taking

      Livatone Plus – 2 capsules twice daily, to improve liver function.

      N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC 600mg) – 2 capsules twice daily well away from food, if any upset occurs take at the beginning of your meals. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get your liver better faster. This supplement hastens liver healing. This supplement is the precursor nutrient of glutathione; the body’s strongest anti-oxidant.
      These supplements can be purchased here: https://shop.liverdoctor.com/
      Let us know how you get on.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

      • Hi,
        Thanks for the rpely, actually here is the note from the doctor as he requested for me to see another specialist:
        “Persistent elevated ferittin level”
        “Negative screen for haemochromatosis gene”
        “Latest ferritin 625 (increasing)”

        Regular blood donation, will help? But can I still donate my blood even though it is high in ferritn level?

        • Hi Jorge,

          They will test your blood before they use it.

          Kind Regards,
          Jessah Robinson
          Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

    • annette burleson

      Our well water has a visual high level of iron. Should we refrain from drinking it?

      • Hi Annette,

        We recommend you purchase a water filter.

        Kind Regards,
        Jessah Robinson
        Nutrition Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

  12. can I develop hemochromatosis by taking too much iron to correct anemia

    • Hi Rich,

      Hemochromatosis is an inherited disease.
      If you are concerned about your iron levels, we recommend you get a blood test.

      Kind Regards,
      Jessah Robinson
      Nutritional Consultant for Liverdoctor.com

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