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What is Lp(a) Cholesterol?

…to Lp(a) cholesterol levels. There are too many folks with normal cholesterol levels having heart attacks not to believe that something is amiss. But before we discuss ways to lower or prevent high Lp(a) cholesterol levels, you must first know what you are up against. What is Lipoprotein (a)? Lp(a) is…

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When and How to Find a Natural Heart Doctor

…You want to discuss your family history and request screenings for the following risk factors that tend to run in families: low HDL cholesterol, high Lp(a) cholesterol, serum ferritin, homocysteine, and fibrinogen. * If you have heart symptoms, such as chest pain, syncope (unexplained passing out) or…

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Prevent Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…protein involved in blood clotting. It is a Canadian product and can be purchased online. This is the only measure I know of that may actually lower your elevated Lp(a) cholesterol. Take as directed. * Delta tocotrienol: Take 100–200 mg of this natural form of vitamin E once a day. * Get grounded! Remember…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…cholesterol have no impact on Lp(a) levels. In fact, a study involving these drugs showed an increase in Lp(a) levels! And therein lies the dilemma. While statin medications prescribed to help you attain healthy cholesterol can reduce LDL, they can’t alter Lp(a). If you find that Lp(a) runs in your family…

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5 Foods to Eat (or Avoid) for Healthy Aging

…free radical activity in the body, which is one of the two top culprits in aging. Plus they promote LDL cholesterol and oxidation, lower healthy HDL cholesterol, and raise Lp(a)—the most dangerous form of cholesterol. 3. Up Your Intake of Blueberries: Blueberries are extraordinarily rich in “age-defying”…

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5 Top Heart Health Mistakes

…increased free radical damage, which in turn causes inflammation, disease, and age-related changes. They also promote LDL oxidation, lower HDL levels, and raise Lp(a), a highly inflammatory and thrombotic cholesterol particle. In short, they ignite heart disease and help set the inflammatory stage…

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