Donald R. Lyman


We are entering a new revolutionary and controversial phase in the US medical industry! With the discoveries of DNA telomeres, telomerase activators, and stem cell therapy that will create significant alterations to conventional medical procedures, we are facing many drastic changes – completely unknown to the general public. Science has ushered in these and other changes, which most would agree as being coincidental with improvements and progress, along with optimism and hope for our medical world. For instance, this statement, “Type 2 diabetes can be one of the most easily prevented, controlled and reversible medical conditions,” would be considered completely irresponsible and untrue by some. Likewise, another example stating that one of the many causes of Alzheimer’s can be traced to several nutritional deficiencies would be denied by some. Continuing, there are some who say there is no need for nutritional supplements if you eat your daily requirements of fruits and vegetables. Explore the answers to these statements and other controversies as you read on.

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About the author

Don Lyman, although having an actual age of eighty-seven, his biological age is twenty years younger. He credits this transformation to his dedication to following research and developments in nutritional medicine and many years as an investigative medical journalist and author of countless articles on chronic diseases and antiaging. Maybe it’s because he is a health advocate, consuming at least fifty supplements a day, but then again, some say it’s a waste of time and money. He subscribes to recommendations from a dozen nationally known doctors through their newsletters, as well as a reference library of three hundred reference books, magazines, newspapers, and the internet. As a proponent of integrative medicine, his specialization in research is directed primarily toward support of our senior citizens, which by the way number around sixty million. One of his successful accomplishments is the mastering of the metric system in nutritional formulation. Being analytical as well as practical, he has the ability to separate fact from fiction and is able to author important and valuable information for our many readers.

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