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Be careful over supplementing with iron. It can be very damaging to the mitochondria.
Have your vitamin levels tested
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Hemochromatosis bothers the liver, it's fairly uncommon. Men generally don't need iron supplementation, though without hemochromatosis or a history of transfusion dependency, it's unlikely to matter. The animals with mitochondrial issues were given a dose higher than this despite that most of us weigh more than mice (http://www.pnas.org/content/99/4/2264.full)

-male physician without hemochromatosis or transfusions who just bought these
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The iron in this comes from a poorly absorbed form so I'm not sure why anyone is even mentioning it. Literally, only 3% of the iron in this pill will be absorbed by your body on an empty stomach. Do you think thats going to have ANY measurable difference towards your health?

Want iron? Eat some meat.
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Be careful over supplementing with iron. It can be very damaging to the mitochondria.
Have your vitamin levels tested
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Hemochromatosis bothers the liver, it's fairly uncommon. Men generally don't need iron supplementation, though without hemochromatosis or a history of transfusion dependency, it's unlikely to matter. The animals with mitochondrial issues were given a dose higher than this despite that most of us weigh more than mice (http://www.pnas.org/content/99/4/2264.full)

-male physician without hemochromatosis or transfusions who just bought these
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There is no doubt that the handling of iron by the cell is a complex process. On one hand, iron deficiency may result in cessation of hemoglobin synthesis in erythroid cells and in induction of apoptosis in both erythroid and nonerythroid cells.1 On the other hand, iron excess, by catalyzing the generation of cytotoxic reactive oxygen species (ROSs), may also be detrimental to cells.2 The challenge facing a cell, therefore, is to incorporate from its environment an amount of iron sufficient to meet its metabolic needs and to be capable of protecting itself from the toxicity of excess intracellular iron. The former is achieved by transferrin receptor-1 (TfR1)–dependent or –independent iron uptake at the cell surface, while the latter is accomplished by sequestering intracellular iron in ferritin, the iron storage protein shell composed of 24 subunits of H- and L-ferritin chains.3 TfR1 and cytoplasmic ferritin syntheses are controlled by iron regulatory proteins (IRP1 and IRP2) that function as cytoplasmic sensors of cellular iron status. These IRPs regulate the translation of TfR1 and ferritin mRNAs through their interaction with iron regulatory elements (IREs) present on the untranslated regions of the respective mRNAs
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There is no doubt that the handling of iron by the cell is a complex process. On one hand, iron deficiency may result in cessation of hemoglobin synthesis in erythroid cells and in induction of apoptosis in both erythroid and nonerythroid cells.1 On the other hand, iron excess, by catalyzing the generation of cytotoxic reactive oxygen species (ROSs), may also be detrimental to cells.2 The challenge facing a cell, therefore, is to incorporate from its environment an amount of iron sufficient to meet its metabolic needs and to be capable of protecting itself from the toxicity of excess intracellular iron. The former is achieved by transferrin receptor-1 (TfR1)–dependent or –independent iron uptake at the cell surface, while the latter is accomplished by sequestering intracellular iron in ferritin, the iron storage protein shell composed of 24 subunits of H- and L-ferritin chains.3 TfR1 and cytoplasmic ferritin syntheses are controlled by iron regulatory proteins (IRP1 and IRP2) that function as cytoplasmic sensors of cellular iron status. These IRPs regulate the translation of TfR1 and ferritin mRNAs through their interaction with iron regulatory elements (IREs) present on the untranslated regions of the respective mRNAs
Ok Dr. Ewraight
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The coupon doesnt seem to apply
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Guys, I don't understand any of above comment.
Tell me in one sentence: Is this useful for men?
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The coupon doesnt seem to apply
same here. why?
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Guys, I don't understand any of above comment.
Tell me in one sentence: Is this useful for men?
not typically if u eat a variety of foods and are in ok shape. most men get plenty of iron. iron in vitamins if good if u need it.
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People are discussing above whether or not the increased iron level has a negative effect on your body. Why not just avoid even having to wonder and get a multi without iron..they're not any more expensive.
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only thing you have to worry about the added iron is an upset stomach and possible iron flush.
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This is perfect for a woman with iron deficiency right
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i just ingest small amounts of my old bicycle, cost me ZERO . . . and it has iron that will last me several lifetimes.


i also sell holly water with snake oil, i should post it here on SD now that I know that people are gullible and will ingest just about anything as long as the label tells them it will do miracles.




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Still unsure why people take a multivitamin, unless you have some type of condition that warrants it. Nearly every major study, even long term studies, have shown they do nothing to prevent disease. People only believe they need them because of Linus Pauling.
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