I was unlucky enough to have intermittent cholestasis (non flowing of bile) for almost a year, and its left me with messed up mineral levels - as a lot of minerals in excess are excreted within bile.
Through trial, and mainly error I discovered I've an excess of manganese giving me all sorts of problems ranging from fatigue to asthma.
Now the manganese antagonists I know of are Iron, copper, chromium and magnesium.
I'm wondering if anyone can give me a heads up on safe levels to supplement iron with to bring the manganese down, the iron works very well at displacing manganese from my body as temperorily symptoms get a lot worse, but improve there after. But I'd like to avoid swapping one mineral excess for another, today I took 74mg of iron with VitC and it seems to displace a fair ol' bit of manganese but I'd like to avoid ending up with toxic levels of iron. What would be the safe range for iron supplementation?