No Adverse Effects On Iron Status

As chromium competes with iron for binding to transferrin it has been suggested that high-dose chromium supplementation may adversely affect iron status. While some studies support this (Ani & Moshtaghie 1992), others show that serum iron concentrations and serum ferritin concentrations are unaffected by chromium picolinate supplementation (Campbell et al 1997). It would appear that iron does not use all available transferrin and therefore this situation is unlikely under normal conditions.

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