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Expert Pearls
Letter "L"
Categories beginning with "L"

Lactation (see breast-feeding)

Lactic Acidosis

Lactose Intolerance

Lead Excess/Poisoning

Leukemia

Leukemia - Myelogenous

Libido

Lipoprotein (a) (lowering)

Liver Disease

Longevity

 

Entries beginning with "L"

Lactic Acidosis - Statin

Statin use in conjunction with vitamin B1 deficiency. Resolved with vitamin B1 treatment. [J Clin Pathol, 2004; 57:989-990. 42303 (12/2004)] Summary Interview

Lactose Intolerance - chronic illness / sugar - 35005

Chronic illness described as MATHS - Muscle Pain, Allergy, Tachycardia and Tiredness, Headache caused by Sugar overload in the intestine. Diagnosed by the breath hydrogen test. [The Lancet, April 15, 2000; 355:1330. 35005 (2000)] Summary Interview PubMed

Lactose Intolerance - lactobacillus reuteri - 47916

Lactobacillus reuteri four capsules per day (1 capsule =10 8 CFUs) in two divided doses before breakfast and dinner. [Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci, 2010 March;14(3):163-70. 47916 (5/2010)] Summary Interview PubMed

Lead Excess/Poisoning - Vitamin C

Vitamin C 1 gm/d in smokers lowered blood lead. [J Am Coll Nutr 1999;18(2): 166-170. 32149 (1999)] Summary Interview

Lead Excess/Poisoning - Vitamin C - 2

Vitamin C in serum (between 50 and 80 µmol/L= oral intake 100 mg to 500 mg/day) inversely related to blood lead levels; effective lead chelator. [JAMA, June 1999;281(24):2289-2293. 32351/32352 (1999)] Summary Interview

Leukemia - Green tea

Green tea consumption daily reduces risk almost ½. [Zhonghua Liu Xing Xue Za Zhi, 2008;29(3):290-3. 46656 (1/2009) Summary

Leukemia - Green tea- 2

Green tea consumption daily reduces risk almost ½. [Zhonghua Liu Xing Xue Za Zhi, 2008;29(3):290-3. 46656 (1/2009) Summary Interview PubMed

Leukemia - Myelogenous - Molasses

Molasses-based dietary compositions (MSQ 13, MSQ 15, and MSQ 18) - 2 tbsp t.i.d. with a meal or snack (not on an empty stomach). [J Altern Complement Med, 2006 Apr;12(3):311-5. 44974 (6/2006)] Summary

Libido - Libido®

Libido® 3 g twice a day dissolved in 200 ml of liquid, either juice or water, which was stirred and swallowed immediately. This product is made from fertilized eggs. The eggs are taken after nine days and the egg mass is then freeze dried into a powder. [J Intern Med Research, 1997;25:62-70. 27889 (1997)] Summary Interview

Libido - Melatonin

Melatonin 3 mg 30 minutes before bed improved libido as well as headache frequency in some migraine headaches sufferers. [Neurology, August 2004(2 of 2);63:757. 42194 (11/2004)] Summary Interview

Lipoprotein (a) (lowering) - Carnitine

Carnitine (-L) 2 gm in a.m. and simivastatin 20 mg hs. reduced Lp (a) 13% (simivastatin 20 mg alone increased Lp (a) 12.6%) [Atherosclerosis, 2006;188(2): 455-1. 44819 (3/2007)] Summary Interview

Lipoprotein (a) (lowering) - Niacin

Niacin: Day 1 0.25 gm after lunch, 0.5 gm after dinner and 0.5 gm at night. Day 2 0.25 gm after breakfast, 0.5 mg after lunch, 0.5 gm after dinner and 1 at night. Day 3 0.25 gm after breakfast, 0.5 gm after lunch, 1gm after dinner and 1 gm at night. Day 4 1 gm q.i.d., taken immediately after meals and at bedtime. [J Intern Med. 2005 Aug;258(2):94-114. 43553 (01/2005)] Summary Interview

Liver Disease (nutritionally associated) - Omegaven®

Omegaven® 1 gm/kg/day (fish oil, ALA, EPA, DHA, glycerol, egg phospholipid). [Pediatrics, 2006;118(1):e197-201. 44456 (8/2006)] Summary Interview

Longevity - walking - 50220

Walking in the open air at least 15 minutes four times weekly in healthy elderly subjects resulted in a 40% decrease in mortality risk compared to individuals who walked less than four times weekly. [Maturitas. 2012 Dec 29. 50220 (5/2013)] Interview PubMed
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