Does anyone have HIGH ceruloplasmin?


Does anyone have HIGH ceruloplasmin?
Ceruloplasmin- 49.6 mg/dl (19-39)
Copper – 151 ug/dl (72-166)

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Ginger 4 years 10 Answers 530 views 0

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  1. Yes mine is 45..

  2. Daughter has high ceruloplasm and high copper. Indicates high inflammation. Working on it for past 3 months, going for updated bloodwork on Thursday

  3. What symptoms do you have Ginger?

  4. Copper 217, ceruloplasim 44

  5. So why are we trying to raise ceruloplasmin again?

  6. Ceruloplasmin is a transporter of bioavailable copper and helps in iron circulation. You want Ceruloplasmin at 33-35, but if it's higher than that and serum copper is high, or even copper on HTMA, this signals inflammation. When Cp is low it's because Magnesium is low and that is caused by excess unbound iron.

    When you do the testing recommended here, blood iron panel and HTMA, you get a clear picture of your mineral status and what is wrong. You want stored iron, ferritin, low. When stored iron is high, it is like the bully pushing his way into a crowd of minerals. The minerals are pushed out and iron takes over. So we must get the iron out and keep it low so the body can use the minerals as intended. Why we follow the protocol is to lower the excess iron, and replenish the low mineral status, while removing things like HFCS and all the things on the don't list. It's actually pretty simple. But there is the little thing I think is actually big, and that is your oxidizer status. It's overlooked here in my opinion. It explains why you have minerals that are high or low on the HTMA. Sort of like calcium being high Or low. Typically if Ca is low, you a fast oxidizer, and if high, your a slow oxidizer. And this can be true for many of them. 80% are slow oxidizers, 20% are fast oxidizers. Moderator

  7. @Ginger Graham and Mike Wilson

    We are seeking to make Ceruloplasmin (Cp) MORE FUNCTIONAL.. This process is complicated by the fact that Cp is expressed in TWO ways:
    o Ferroxidase enzyme function — to REGULATE Iron…

    o Immuno-reactive protein — to RESPOND to Inflammation…

    The Research labs ROUTINELY assess and distinguish these two fractions. The Commercial labs NEVER distinguish these fractions… WHY? Because then we would KNOW too much…

    Out goal in this process is to ENHANCE the Ferroxidase enzyme activity and reduce the level of Iron-induced Inflammation to enable LESS Immuno-reactive response.

    Most people tend to have LOW Cp…

    You have Inflated Cp, which I would suggest is triggered by an Inflammatory process…

    Regrettably, folks on FB like to DUMB things down, and the protocol has been reduced to "RCP Raises Cp" which is akin to saying that Church is about singing songs… There's WAAAAAAY MORE to it than that, right?!?

    Hope that helps!…

    A votre sante!

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