Normal potassium levels vary and depend largely on a doctor's evaluation of a person's specific health condition, explains WebMD. In general, adults should exhibit potassium levels between 3.5 and 5.2 milliequivalents pe... More »

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Molasses is a syrup made from the extraction of sugar from sugarcane and sugar beets, and the nutritional value of molasses varies greatly depending on how much sugar is extracted, states About.com. However, all types of... More »

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Potassium, a major electrolyte and an essential mineral, can be found in all cells of the human body. The concentrations of potassium found outside of the body's cells are lower than those within. The differences in the ... More »

The purpose of a C-reactive protein test is to measure the amount of a particular type of protein in a person's blood, which indicates levels of inflammation in the body, according to WebMD. This C-reactive protein, or C... More »

A person can lower his triglyceride levels by eating less, losing weight, exercising, consuming fewer trans and saturated fats, and drinking less alcohol, according to WebMD. A person needs to limit foods that contain ex... More »

High creatinine levels can mean a person is suffering from kidney damage, chronic kidney disease, heart disease or dehydration, according to WebMD. High levels can also mean the patient may be suffering from excessive bl... More »

Frequently, increased serum potassium levels are due to mishandling of the blood specimen, according to Mayo Clinic. In cases of true high serum potassium levels, an underlying condition such as kidney disease or a side ... More »

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