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Excess Iron Can Cause Parkinson's

Those with high levels of dietary iron were twice as likely to develop Parkinson's. This is very consistent with the fact that very few people over 50 years of age benefit from iron in their diet. Iron is most needed by children and premenopausal women. Most men and postmenopausal women are harmed by dietary or supplemental iron. I hope to publish a book on iron that documents its major problems, including the increases it produces in heart disease and cancer. Fortunately, there are some very simple solutions to remove excess iron once it has been accumulated.

Science Blog June 28, 2003

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