Laboratory Tests

Prediabetes: A Dangerous “Numbers” Game with Your Health

30 Jun 2018

When do you begin to worry about your average blood sugar levels? When it averages 115? 125? 135? 145? If you are showing no signs of insulin resistance (prediabetes) or type two diabetes, your average blood sugar level is typically … Continue reading

The Importance of Vitamin B-12

27 Apr 2018

Vitamin B-12 Deficiency Are you or do you know of anyone who is vitamin B-12 deficient? And, why does it matter? I can tell you that when I was a young doctor, I had a patient who was hospitalized because … Continue reading

Fructose Malabsorption: A Very Frequent Problem

8 Apr 2018

How often do we suffer from gas, bloat, nausea, cramping and diarrhea or know of someone with similar symptoms? At least one in every eight people suffer from these symptoms on a rather regular frequency. While the causes of these … Continue reading

Celiac Disease: More of the Story.

17 Sep 2017

Celiac Disease When I wrote The Lyons Lifestyle, I mentioned that I had a much larger article than I wrote about in the book. This is the additional information not included in the book. I hope this gives you a … Continue reading

“Doctor, Why is My Lab Test Abnormal?”

12 Sep 2017

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a blood test to check your omega-3/Omega-6 status. The beauty of this test is that it allows me to counsel my patients concerning dietary changes required to balance their omega fat intake. … Continue reading

COCONUT OIL: SCIENCE vs. “FAKE NEWS”

7 Sep 2017

A recent article posted on line by CNN Health news (cnn.com; Aug 18, 2017 by Lisa Drayer) suggests that coconut oil is not healthy for people to consume as it raises LDL cholesterol (considered by the American Heart Association as … Continue reading

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