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What is LDL Cholesterol

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  •High Total Cholesterol                               

    •High LDL(Bad) Cholesterol

   •High LPa Cholesterol                  


    •Low HDL(Good) Cholesterol

    •High Tryglycerides

    •High VLDL


    •Chylomicron Remnants

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In addition low values of LDL has a significant error coefficient making it flawed for measuring the response to treatment. LDL as a parameter for treatment does not appear to have lowered the myocardial infarction rate per hundred thousand over the last 25 years. The inaccuracy of this test may have contributed to this fact. LPa is an LDL with up to 10 times more risk than regular LDL. Thus the LDL level can be deceptive with regard to risk if one's LPa is high.


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LDL is better at measuring risk than total cholesterol but it is also flawed. One can have an LDL of 100 and still have significantly more risk than an individual with an LDL of 130, especially if one has diabetes. Once again if one has elevated LPa , risk is higher then the LDL indicates The advanced lipoprotein blood tests distinguish which LDL has high risk, not its absolute value.

LDL cholesterol is considered by many as an adversary to our health. However, in reality LDL-cholesterol at the correct level is quite necessary to build and sustain the cellular integrity of all the cells of our body. It consists of a considerable part of our cell membranes, hormones(for example estrogen, testosterone and vitamin D),. Any excess in our bloodstream accumulates in arteries where it is oxidized and induces inflammatory response leading of atherosclerosis. Those people in the world who have the correct level of lipoproteins never develop this disease. Age, disordered metabolism, and excesses of modern society contribute to this disease.

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