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  • LEAD POISONING

    Lead is a well-known heavy metal which has been used for many purposes since antiquity. It is extremely poisonous with both physical and mental harmful effects.
  • LEAKY GUT SYNDROME

    Condition with increased permeability of the intestinal wall, thus enabling large molecules, bacteria, protein fragments, and other substances to enter the circulation leading to tiredness, inflammation, abdominal pain, allergy, and more.
  • LED - LUPUS ERYTHEMATUS DISSEMINATUS

    An autoimmune disease of the connective tissue caused by antibody production against bodily tissue. May attack a single organ or involve several organs and tissues. The symptoms are loss of appetite, tiredness, weight loss, light fever, and rashes.
  • LEUKOPLAKIA

    Spots or whitish "drawings", typically in the oral cavity. Also seen in parts of the upper respiratory tract, uterine cervix, labia, urinary bladder, etc. The condition is usually totally harmless, but in rare cases leukoplakia can develop into cancer.
  • LICE

    Insects with a length of a few millimetres that suck blood from and plant their eggs on mammals. In humans they are present in three forms: Head lice, body lice, and crab lice; the first one is the most common.
  • LOW BLOOD SUGAR

    Should actually be called fluctuating blood sugar. The results are frequent cravings for sweets, fast transferable carbohydrates or alcohol when blood-glucose levels fall to low values. There are many symptoms - both physical and psychological.
  • LYME BORRELIOSIS - LYME DISEASE

    The wood tick is an arachnid capable of transmitting dangerous bacteria like Borrelia and Ehrlichia. Both humans and animals can be attacked. The risk of being infected by wood ticks after a walk in the woods has increased over the last 20 years.