I ran into this article and was wondering is there any truth or could there be a bit of truth in this? Like maybe that is true for some, but how to determine who is that some? Thoughts? I am not suggesting anyone to drop iron, just interested of is there anything supporting this article!
"For example, Dr. Barnes’ discovered that the lower one’s body temperature is, the fewer red blood cells are produced within the bone marrow.
Naturally, hypothyroidism suffers have low body temperatures and therefore naturally produce fewer red blood cells.
This too leads to anemia and low ferritin.
There’s also another type of anemia that doesn’t get much attention.
Hemolytic anemia is also common in hypothyroidism. This is where the red blood cells become fragile and break easily due to poor blood quality.
Supplementing iron has also been shown to worsen hemolytic anemia, adding to iron’s potential dangers "