Why I Don’t Order Fasting Bloodwork Anymore

This two minute video over on A Country Doctor Talks is getting a lot of attention:

2 Responses to “Why I Don’t Order Fasting Bloodwork Anymore”


  1. 1 meyati April 29, 2021 at 12:04 am

    I need print. I live with a tyrant lab that insisted I that I fast before a lab–I told them –Good-bye- called my doctor and put that in her lap. Same with head scans for head cancer. I’m a survivor.

    I get nauseous if I don’t eat. I had a stomach scan last week, and I have pancreatitis. I’m getting labs for that surgery, and I think that my life should be more comfortable.

    By the way, thank you for taking this stand about fasting, even though I didn’t play the video and don’t know what your points are.

  2. 2 meyati April 29, 2021 at 12:09 am

    Forget the whole thing–I wrote–then it said I wasn’t logged in- then I was logged in I back paged to see if I could copy my comment. I saw all of it, then the good words about you disappeared. Word press sucks right now. Keep up the good work


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