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The Iron Curse


Hosted by Christy Sutton, D.C., author, educator, and clinician

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The Iron Curse Workshop Series by Christy Sutton, D.C.

Is your doctor letting high iron destroy your health? Simple steps to know if high iron is the root of your health problems, and easy protocols to save and restore your health.

What you'll get:

  • Over 6 hours of cutting-edge information.
  • Power points.
  • Access to view recordings for up to one year from purchase.
  • Learn how to read iron-related lab and genetic testing correctly.
  • What lab and genetic testing do you need? What are healthy ranges?
  • What are the iron-related diseases, and¬†what they mean?
  • Learn what the hemochromatosis genes are, how to test for them, and what they mean.
  • Health problems and symptoms of high iron, low iron, and anemias.
  • Iron patterns you will see on labs, what they mean, and what you can do about them.
  • Medical myths of hereditary hemochromatosis and it's genes. Who is really at risk?
  • Nutritional and lifestyle protocols that to prevent, protect, and correct iron-related health problems.
  • Genetic combinations that can increase the risk for health problems.
  • Nutrigenomics, epigenetic, clinical, and lab pearls.
  • Case studies.
  • Learn about other genes that are important to know about if you have iron-related health problems.
  • What are the medical myths that are causing a silent epidemic to thrive.

Class 1: How and why high iron destroys the body. Why is there a silent epidemic of undiagnosed and untreated high iron?  

Class 2: Understanding lab and genetic testing for iron-related disorders. Identifying key lab and genetic patterns, you will see. What they mean, and what to do about them? Lab testing to tell you what damage high iron may have caused.  

Class 3:  Anemias & Environmental factors that affect iron-related disorders and can cause iron-related labs to be out of range high or low.    

Class 4: The Iron Curse Protocols. Lowering iron naturally, protecting the body from iron-induced damage of the past, present, and future. 

Class 5:¬†¬†Genetic Combinations: Beyond the hemochromatosis gene‚ÄĒidentify your genetic Achilles heel and save your health. & Case Studies.¬†

Order your autographed copy of The Iron Curse Paperback & E-book.

Do You Have The Iron Curse?

What do joint pain, liver damage, fatigue, hormonal problems, diabetes, depression, cancer, bipolar, Alzheimer’s disease, skin problems, and even heart disease all have in common? They can all be a result of undiagnosed and untreated high iron. High iron can lead to a disease called hemochromatosis, or iron overload, and is the most common and easiest-to-treat disease you have never heard of. An epidemic of undiagnosed and untreated high iron is quietly burning through families, deceptively taking the health of lives of grandparents, parents, and children under the guidance of their doctor’s watchful eye.

Learn what you need to do to know if you have an iron-related health problem, and protect yourself, your loved ones, and your patients. Dr. Sutton's cutting edge book, The Iron Curse has a companion educational workshop.  The Iron Curse book and workshop are about iron-overload, hemochromatosis, anemias, and much more. The information in The Iron Curse Workshop and book is ground-breaking and transformational .

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Your journey into finding and avoiding genetic landmines starts here.

Christy Sutton, D.C. has created cutting-edge educational Labrogenomics Workshops. Labrogenomics combines genetic testing, lab testing, exam, symptoms, and family history to create a personalized health plan.

Dr. Sutton's first book,  Genetic Testing: Defining Your Path to a Personalized Health Plan, teaches about over 300 genes. This book is designed to go along with a personalized Genetic Detoxification report.