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Benefits of Colloidal Iron

What does it do? Iron is part of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying component of the blood. Iron-deficient people tire easily in part because their bodies are starved for oxygen. Iron is also part of myoglobin, which helps muscle cells store oxygen. Without enough iron, ATP (the fuel the body runs on) cannot be properly synthesized. As a result, some iron-deficient people become fatigued even when their hemoglobin levels are normal (i.e., when they are not anemic).

Although iron is part of the antioxidant enzyme catalase, iron is not generally considered an antioxidant, because too much iron can cause oxidative damage.

Iron may be of benefit relative to the following conditions:
Athletic performance (for treatment of iron-deficiency only)
Childhood intelligence (for deficiency)
Depression (for deficiency)
Iron-deficiency anemia
Menorrhagia (heavy menstruation) (for treatment of iron- deficiency only)
Breast-feeding support
Canker sores
Celiac disease (for treatment of iron-deficiency only)
Pre- and post-surgery health (if deficient or for major surgery)
Pregnancy and Postpartum support (with medical supervision)
Restless legs syndrome (only if iron- deficiency)
Alzheimer’s disease (in combination with Co-Enzyme Q10 and vitamin B6)
Dermatitis Herpetiformis
HIV support
Infertility (female) (for treatment of iron-deficiency only)

Who is likely to be deficient? Vegetarians eat less iron than non-vegetarians, and the iron they eat is somewhat less absorbable. As a result, vegetarians are more likely to have reduced iron stores.1 However, iron deficiency is not usually caused by a lack of iron in the diet alone. An underlying cause, such as iron loss in menstrual blood, often exists.

Pregnant women, marathon runners, people who take aspirin, and those who have parasitic infections, hemorrhoids, ulcers, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, gastrointestinal cancers, or other conditions that cause blood loss or malabsorption are likely to become deficient.

Do not take iron supplementation unless you have been diagnosed with an iron deficiency.