Discussion in 'Lifestyle Management' started by Dr.Patient, Apr 26, 2015.
Is there any use to this? http://www.lactate.com/
Are you trying to guage your pituatary functions? Not sure if it would be any benefit over traditional testing methods. Is it necessary to re test that often?
It looks like they're pretty accurate.
They don't seem to distinguish between d-lactate and l-lactate though.
That would be the best thing.
We ME/CFS folks tend to have elevated d-lactate, but it needs to be more consistently provable.
A portable device that would accurately measure d-lactate would make it easier to prove, I think.
You can also try a Google Site Search
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