The 12th Invest in ME Conference, Part 1
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how to make copper bioavailable?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by datura, Dec 18, 2017.

  1. datura

    datura

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    Anyone have suggestions or information about making copper more bioavailable / usable to red blood cells?
    Wanting to increase ceruloplasmin, increase serum copper, and reduce unbound copper.
     
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  2. PinkPanda

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    Vitamin B5 deficiency can raise (unbound) blood copper and vitamin B5/pantothenate might be helpful to bind copper and make it more bioavailable (reference).
    Also, ceruloplasmin synthesis depends on adrenal and liver function and glutathione can bind copper in small amounts.
     
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  3. datura

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    @PinkPanda -- interesting about B5. I'll try to get more B5 foods in my diet!
     
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