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« on: April 26, 2013, 09:49:43 pm »
Hemochromatosis is the most common form of iron overload disease.
how do you cure hemochromatosis?  Easiest way is bloodletting/donating blood.
Some people do diet, but even if your absorbtion rate of iron is anything above 0, you'll gain more iron.  Iron isnt something you want too much of.

I dont want to donate blood(I have donated over 2.5 gallons....not wanting to do it is a choice,(they dont even do a free cholestrol test when you give blood now, its too far away, the cookies they give are high in excitotoxins/Transfats)
so how else can I lose blood?

I was thinking needle stick my fingers/toes, lose  a  little?
I don't know much, likely insignificant amount as 220-250 mg of iron is lost when you lose 1 pint of blood. 
I guess I can try that and see what it does, I have my iron checked weekly.
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