Iron and your Heart Health

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This is the first time I realized that there is so much added iron in the food that we eat and the effect it can have on our health. Why do we need chelators and what are they? A few trace metals that we absorb are toxic, these include iron and lead.

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A ranch house, a zip lock bag and some ordinary flour.

Two experiments :

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1) Some ordinary wheat flour such as can be found in most homes placed with some water in a zip-lock plastic bag. A magnet is passed over the bag and an extraordinary thing happens - Iron particles start popping out and attaching themselves to the side of the bag, forming clusters of what looked like iron filings.

2) The next experiment involves placing a well-known brand of cereal into a bowl of water. The magnet is again passed over the bowl this time and the flakes literally line up and follow the magnet round the bowl.

This is the first time I realized that there is so much added iron in the food that we eat and the effect it can have on our health. We have

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Jakki Francis
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