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Copper Toxicity and Health

Homeopathic remedies can help to rebalance the body of a person with excess copper and copper toxicity.
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Purpose of Copper in the Body
Issues Related to Copper Toxicity
Causes of Copper Toxicity
Testing for High Copper
Foods Highest In Copper in Order
Hair Testing Instead of a Blood Panel
Blood Tests to Determine Copper Toxicity

Videos To Watch:
Why Am I Always So Tired? The Copper Connection
What Is Copper Toxicity?
The Copper, Estrogen, Cancer Connection Part 1

The Copper, Estrogen, Cancer Connection Part 2
Why Zinc & Copper Play An Important Role in Healing
Our Copper Toxicity Society
Dr. Bill Walsh on Zinc / Copper Imbalance
Dr. Bill Walsh On High Copper Levels 1
Dr. Bill Walsh On High Copper Levels 2
Dr. Bill Walsh On Low Zinc / B6 Copper Toxicity:

Purpose of Copper in the Body

  • Copper is a cofactor in the synthesis of norepinephrine, and neurotransmitter associated with several mental illnesses. 

  • Copper overloads tend to lower dopamine levels and increase norepinephrine in the brain

  • Imbalances of these neurotransmitters have been associated with paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, ADHD, autism and violent behaviors.

  • Most people with elevated copper exhibit low zinc and excessive oxidative stress. 

  • Many people diagnosed with mental illness have an inborn tendency for elevated copper levels and this predisposes them to psychiatric disorders.

  • Nutrient therapies to normalize copper levels is effective in balancing dopamine and norepinephrine levels for these persons.

Issues Related to Copper Toxicity

  1. Aching muscles or muscle cramps

  2. Acne including cystic acne

  3. ADD or ADHD

  4. Adverse reaction to vitamins & minerals

  5. Anger or rage

  6. Autism

  7. Anxiety

  8. Arthritis

  9. Bipolar Disorder

  10. Birth Control - IUD at any age

  11. Birth Control - Pill Use at any age

  12. Calcium bone spurs

  13. Cancer

  14. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  15. Chocolate cravings

  16. Cold hands, and/or feet

  17. Constipation

  18. Cysts

  19. Depression

  20. Despair, suicidal feelings, hopelessness

  21. Dry skin

  22. Eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, overeating

  23. Endometriosis  

  24. Fatigue and exhaustion

  25. Fibromyalgia

  26. Gum disease

  27. Gut dysbiosis

  28. Hashimoto's Thyroiditis

  29. Headaches or migraines

  30. Headaches - including Migraines

  31. Heart disease

  32. Heart palpitations

  33. Hormone Replacement Therapy

  1. Hypoglycemia

  2. Hypothyroid (slow thyroid)

  3. Infertility or difficulty conceiving

  4. Insomnia, interrupted sleep

  5. Low blood pressure

  6. Mind is in a fog, brain fog

  7. Mind races

  8. Mood swings

  9. Mononucleosis

  10. Obsessive thoughts

  11. OCD

  12. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

  13. Osteoporosis

  14. Osteopenia


  16. Panic attacks, free floating anxiety

  17. Paranoia

  18. Schizophrenia

  19. PMS premenstrual syndrome including cramps

  20. Postpartum depression

  21. Problems with concentration and memory

  22. Racing heart, pounding heart

  23. Seizures

  24. Short attention span, "spaciness"

  25. Skin rashes

  26. Super  sensitive, weepy

  27. Thyroid problems

  28. Tooth decay

  29. Yeast infection - candida

  30. Violent behaviors

Causes of Copper Toxicity
levels of copper create shifts in neurotransmitters and health.  These are some of the things that contribute to high copper in the body which can dramatic lower required zinc levels and influence neurotransmitter function, mood and health in a negative way:

  • Birth control pills that raise estrogen thereby raising copper

  • Hormone replacement therapies including bioidentical hormones (HRT)

  • Well water high in copper

  • Copper plumbing

  • Copper cookware


  • Seafood (Oysters, Cooked)
  • Kale
  • Seeds (Sesame Seeds)
  • Nuts (Cashew Nuts)
  • Legumes (Chickpeas, Cooked)
  • Dried Fruit (Prunes)
  • Avocadoes
  • Goat Cheese (Soft)
  • Fermented Soy Foods (Tempeh)

Hair Testing Instead of a Blood Panel For Assessing Low Zinc and High Copper

  • Hair Testing and ADHD

    • Hair mineral copper is very valuable for behavior disorders and ADHD, autism, bipolar and schizophrenia.

  • Hair Testing and Copper:

    • Hair testing confirms high copper levels when done at labs that do not wash the hair.

    • Hair copper values can provide information of clinical significance.

  • Hair Testing and Zinc:

    • Low hair zinc correlates very well with low plasma levels. 

    • Very elevated zinc in hair nearly always means a zinc deficiency and loss of plasma zinc levels.

    • Most of the time this involves a pyrrole disorder which results in very high zinc excretion in urine (and in hair). 

    • In a healthy person without metal-metabolism problem, only about 4 percent of excreted zinc leaves through the kidneys.

Blood Tests to Determine Copper Toxicity and Related Metabolic Levels - contact us to become a client to order this test

This Metabolic Panel costs about $300 and includes local blood testing and at home urine testing as follows:

  1. Whole blood histamine - blood test used to measure methylation status.
    The functional lab range for under methylation is above 70.
    The functional lab range for  is over methylation is below 40
    Please read more about methylation.

  2. Kyrtopyrroles - used to test by urine the amount of pyrroles excreted through urinary quantitative testing.
    This is done to see the level of pyrroles and if there is too rapid excretion of zinc and B6 through urine.
    The functional range for pyrroles is below 10
    A level of 16 or higher is pyroluria; 20 or higher is considered very high.
    The level of kryptopyrroles is an overall marker of high oxidative stress.
    Read more about pyroluria.
  3. Plasma Zinc - used to evaluate zinc deficiency. 
    The functional range for zinc is 90 -135.
    Read more about
    zinc and the zinc taste test

  4. Serum copper - used to evaluate copper toxicity. 
    This blood test measures the amount of copper in blood.
    Serum copper is used not plasma copper.
    The functional range for copper is 70 - 110.

  5. Ceruloplasmin - used to measure the amount of this protein that binds to copper in the body.
    Ceruloplasmin plays an important role as a transporter in copper metabolism.
    Most copper in the blood is bound to ceruloplasmin, some is bound to albumin, MT or other proteins.
    If ceruloplasmin is low, free copper can rise to toxic levels.
    Unbound copper is toxic to the body.
    The relationship of ceruloplasmin to copper is a percentage.
    Unbound copper is toxic to the body.
    Above 25% is considered be HIGH in unbound copper, also known as "free" copper or NCC - "non-ceruloplasmin bound copper"

Why Am I Always So Tired? The Copper Connection
(4:15 pm)


What Is Copper Toxicity?
(6:48 minutes)

The Copper, Estrogen, Cancer Connection Part 1
(22:50 minutes)


The Copper, Estrogen, Cancer Connection Part 2
(11:38 minutes)

Why Zinc and Copper Play An Important Role in Healing
(16:36 minutes)


Our Copper Toxicity Society
(36:07 minutes)


Dr. Bill Walsh on Zinc / Copper Imbalance
(1:05 minutes)


Dr. Bill Walsh On High Copper Levels 1
(1:31 minutes)


Dr. Bill Walsh On High Copper Levels 2
(1:07 minutes)

Dr. Bill Walsh On Low Zinc / B6
(1:27 minutes)


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