Re: Need for Magnesium ? for Dr. K.


sunshine12982000
 

Not surprised. I was pointing out that because the transferrin saturation is not high, the ferritin could be a false positive and related to inflammation or infection, not iron overload.

Dr. Kellon, I meant to ask you in my last post - based on what you said above, does that mean you feel I should continue with the mag oxide, rather than switch to mag carbonate? Thank you.

Gayle and Sabrina
3/06
Fairview, TN
http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/ECHistory/files/Sabrina/

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