Lyons Medical News

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M. Frank Lyons II, M.D., a practicing gastroenterologist in Tacoma, Washington, has been a clinical researcher, writer, ...

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Daily, Excess Fruit As Unhealthy As Other Sugars

[...] of this sugar. The daily, excess consumption of fructose leads to the development of the metabolic syndrome in most of us (see other articles on this website). A recent article caught my attention [...]

Is Metabolic Syndrome Now a Better Predictor of Heart Disease?

[...] out in my book, Fructose Exposed, I feel a more accurate predictor of heart disease is the metabolic syndrome. This is defined as suffering from three of five of the following: 1) central (waistline) [...]

Moderate Amounts of Fructose-Containing Beverages Quickly Change Metabolism

[...] ) is consumed in excess daily for a long period of time then many people will develop the metabolic syndrome through altered fructose metabolism that occurs in the liver. I ran across a new study [...]

Fructose and Addiction

[...] excess ingestion leads to an addiction of overeating, weight gain and development of the metabolic syndrome in many of us. An estimated 67 million adults now suffer from the consequences of excess [...]

Smoking Marijuana Worsens Liver Damage of Individuals Infected with Hepatitis C

[...] Marijuana Worsens Liver Damage of Individuals Infected with Hepatitis C appeared first on Lyons Medical News. [...]

Marijuana Use is Linked to Testicular Cancer

[...] 2009;115:1215-23. The post Marijuana Use is Linked to Testicular Cancer appeared first on Lyons Medical News. [...]

Trans Fats and Heart Disease

[...] to a New Life, M.F. Lyons;2007. The post Trans Fats and Heart Disease appeared first on Lyons Medical News. [...]

Eggs and Heart Disease: Debunking a Myth

[...] www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/data The post Eggs and Heart Disease: Debunking a Myth appeared first on Lyons Medical News. [...]

Is Metabolic Syndrome Now a Better Predictor of Heart Disease?

[...] history and 6) obesity with a body mass index of > 25. As I pointed out in my book, Fructose Exposed, I feel a more accurate predictor of heart disease is the metabolic syndrome. This is [...]

Daily, Excess Fruit As Unhealthy As Other Sugars

[...] When I wrote my book Fructose Exposed I received criticism from people who told me that fruit is different from other fructose- [...]

Moderate Amounts of Fructose-Containing Beverages Quickly Change Metabolism

[...] when we consume these sugar-sweetened beverages? The answer, as I pointed out in my book Fructose Exposed is that if sugar (specifically fructose) is consumed in excess daily for a long period of [...]

Fructose and Addiction

[...] body. References: 1. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2013; 309(1):63-70. 2. Fructose Exposed by M. Frank Lyons, 2010. 3. Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan, 2006. The post Fructose [...]

Daily, Excess Fruit As Unhealthy As Other Sugars

[...] as much weight and twice the decrease in their waistline compared with those consuming the excess fructose diet. The non-fruit dieters lost 12% of their body weight compared to 5% for diabetics and 7% [...]

Fructose and Addiction

[...] syndrome in many of us. An estimated 67 million adults now suffer from the consequences of excess fructose in our diet. The craving for overeating has been linked to a lack of brain regulation of our [...]

Daily, Excess Fruit As Unhealthy As Other Sugars

[...] and 7% in non-diabetic individuals consuming fruit. More importantly, the diabetes and metabolic syndrome parameters dramatically improved in the minimal fructose diet while those who consumed [...]

Moderate Amounts of Fructose-Containing Beverages Quickly Change Metabolism

[...] a long period of time then many people will develop the metabolic syndrome through altered fructose metabolism that occurs in the liver. I ran across a new study since my book was published that helps [...]

Marijuana Causes Cyclic Vomiting

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Daily, Excess Fruit As Unhealthy As Other Sugars

[...] of this sugar. The daily, excess consumption of fructose leads to the development of the metabolic syndrome in most of us (see other articles on this website). A recent article caught my attention [...]

Is Metabolic Syndrome Now a Better Predictor of Heart Disease?

[...] out in my book, Fructose Exposed, I feel a more accurate predictor of heart disease is the metabolic syndrome. This is defined as suffering from three of five of the following: 1) central (waistline) [...]

Moderate Amounts of Fructose-Containing Beverages Quickly Change Metabolism

[...] ) is consumed in excess daily for a long period of time then many people will develop the metabolic syndrome through altered fructose metabolism that occurs in the liver. I ran across a new study [...]

Fructose and Addiction

[...] excess ingestion leads to an addiction of overeating, weight gain and development of the metabolic syndrome in many of us. An estimated 67 million adults now suffer from the consequences of excess [...]

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