THE HEMOCHROMATOSIS COOKBOOK
One of the most frequent questions Iron Disorders Institute receives relates to diet. In 2008, Iron Disorders Institute released The Hemochromatosis Cookbook. We are pleased to share the recipes included are tasty, family-friendly, and obviously iron-conscious.
When writing this cookbook, Iron Disorders Institute partnered with their Medical Advisory Board to ensure that each recipe met all of the necessary health standards for a hemochromatosis patient.
In the book, there is also a helpful iron-in-foods comprehensive chart that shows you what foods are high in heme and non-heme iron. There is also a small health journal for record-keeping
If you or a family member have hemochromatosis and are looking for a solution for iron healthy and delicious meals, purchase this book from Amazon today.
GUIDE TO HEMOCHROMATOSIS
More than one million Americans suffer from Hemochromatosis, and most have to suffer through misdiagnoses and multiple doctor visits before finding the right treatment. If left untreated, Hemochromatosis can lead to heart attack, diabetes, cirrhosis, or cancer.
Written by top medical researchers and experts, this comprehensive and reliable guide dispels the myths, explains the basic science behind the disease, and provides clues for diagnosis. It also includes inspiring case studies, treatment options, common questions, advocacy resources, and more.
“My story is featured in Guide to Hemochromatosis. My family was so grateful for this book and it’s reliable information. Hemochromatosis has affected both me and my Dad”.
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THE DANGERS OF MISDIAGNOSIS
Gerry Koenig’s Story required 2 liver transplants due to misdiagnosis.