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Copper!

Copper is needed to prevent anemia, histamine intolerance, high cholesterol, and osteoporosis, probably helps with allergies, and is needed to make you feel good overall. There’s a dark side to its toxicity, but more likely you need more copper than less.

Tune in for everything you need to know about how to manage your copper status!

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These links are mentioned in the episode:

Zinc for heavy metals: https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/2018/11/01/zinc-heavy-metals/

The methylation page: https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/methylation

Here’s a much more detailed page about copper: https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/2017/02/03/manage-copper-status/

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9 Comments

  1. Hi

    Do you know where can I buy copper methionine? It seems to be the best absorbed form of copper supplements and the body is able to utilise it better.
    I dont think it is available on Amazon. MitoCopper is too expensive.

  2. Hello Chris,

    I have a severe malabsorption condition. My serum copper is below range and ceruloplasmin is just in range. I’m weary of taking copper supplements due to the oxidized form they come in, yet difficult to get copper status corrected without them. I wanted to get your thoughts on the product Mitosynergy, which is ostensibly in the correct form (copper 1 or cuprous). Do you think this is a viable supplement/form of copper? And do you think it is a better alternative to others on the market? Thank you.

  3. Ceruloplasmin in mid-normal range makes it unlikely. I don’t use the other markers. Serum copper is essential.

  4. And another question – the classical HTMA/nutritional balancing theory states that Stress -> Zinc deficiency -> Copper toxicity -> Stress
    How plausible is that zinc deficiency may induce copper toxicity?

    1. It is not plausible, but it would make you more vulnerable to copper toxicity if you had toxic levels of copper.

      Stress doesn’t cause zinc deficiency. Inflammation (and maybe stress?) lower blood levels of zinc and raise them of copper, but that does not indicate deficiency or toxicity.

  5. If blood copper levels are a good measure of body reserves how does it change so with hormones and pregnancy? Where does the extra copper come from?
    Also – could you elaborate on the methylation connection? I didn’t find anything in the linked page.

    1. It’s mobilized from the liver.

      Regarding methylation I’m going to need to go back to my notes and either cite or fix what I said.

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