Cooking Oil Could Be Contributing to Oxidative Stress

We all know that oxidative stress, or free radicals, can cause hemolysis in those with G6PD Deficiency and that legumes and some other foods and drugs cause oxidative stress. But, one thing I did not know, until recently, is that … Continue reading

Cooking Oil Could Be Contributing to Oxidative Stress was last modified: April 17th, 2019 by Dale Baker

Preventing Disease by Boosting Your Immune System

In today’s world, getting sick can be fatal. Preventing disease by boosting your immune system can be your lifeline. It seems that everyday we hear more about the spread of Ebola in Africa and recently in Europe and the USA. … Continue reading

Preventing Disease by Boosting Your Immune System was last modified: November 20th, 2014 by Dale Baker

Low Level Hemolysis

Low level hemolysis is a demon you really don’t want to underestimate. Let me explain. When a baby with G6PDD is born, its body has not learned to adjust to hemolysis. Its liver is not mature and has a problem … Continue reading

Low Level Hemolysis was last modified: October 5th, 2014 by Dale Baker

Safe Treatment for Colds, Cough and Fever

  One issue with G6PD Deficiency is that common drugs for colds, cough and fever are unsafe to take. I read just today about Tylenol’s affect on the liver. Apparently, it doesn’t take very long for this to happen and … Continue reading

Safe Treatment for Colds, Cough and Fever was last modified: February 19th, 2015 by Dale Baker

G6PD Deficiency non-profit – a TIME FOR CELEBRATION

GREAT NEWS FOR ALL!! A G6PD Deficiency NON-PROFIT Organization is being created to help YOU and your local health care providers get the information and care you need to avoid hemolysis and stay healthy! For over seven long years I … Continue reading

G6PD Deficiency non-profit – a TIME FOR CELEBRATION was last modified: June 14th, 2014 by Dale Baker

G6PD Deficiency and Diabetes Risk

G6PD Deficiency and Diabetes Risk The evidence suggesting there is a link between G6PD Deficiency and diabetes risk continues to increase. An interesting caveat is that in one study it was shown that A1C levels were not elevated in people … Continue reading

G6PD Deficiency and Diabetes Risk was last modified: March 10th, 2014 by Dale Baker

G6PD Deficiency Research

My wife, Melody, was doing some G6PD Deficiency research recently and came across a paper published by the March of Dimes titled March of Dimes Global Report on Birth Defects. It is subtitled The Hidden Toll of Dying and Disabled Children. Melody was … Continue reading

G6PD Deficiency Research was last modified: February 6th, 2014 by Dale Baker

Kernicterus With G6PD Deficiency

Too bad that testing for G6PD Deficiency in neonates has not been instituted in American hospitals. If it had been, this baby born in Salt Lake City most likely would have survived kernicterus with G6PD Deficiency. I’ve heard too many … Continue reading

Kernicterus With G6PD Deficiency was last modified: January 13th, 2014 by Dale Baker

G6PD Deficiency and the Flu Vaccine

The Swine Flu-Supplement, Don’t Vaccinate By Stan Gardner, M.D., CNS G6PD Deficiency and the Flu Vaccine Editor’s Note: G6PD Deficiency and the flu vaccine is always a question that comes up this time of year. I am adamantly opposed to the swine … Continue reading

G6PD Deficiency and the Flu Vaccine was last modified: January 8th, 2014 by Dale Baker