LP(a) is a useful test to assess your heart disease risk but should be done as part of an intelligent blood test, Blood Code panel.
Richard Maurer, ND Sully, a 58-year-old adventurous and healthy man, shared his confusion with me at our first visit. His primary care doctor recommended a statin, on top of his… read more →
The Blood Code book, and my specialty in metabolism, are both for you and, selfishly, for me too. My mother was type 2 diabetic at 60 years old but remains… read more →
The researchers subtly state that “our findings suggest a relatively unfavorable risk profile of sulphonylureas compared to metformin”. What were the “findings”? – Significantly increased risk of death from all… read more →