Clogged Arteries, Apo B, Lp(a), LDL
Due to inflammation, our arteries will tear in time.The first molecule that comes to aid and patch the tear, is your cholesterol and calcium. In time, Oxidized LDL will accumulate inside that tear, and most of the highest oxidized cousin of LDL is Lp(a), is super sticky and causes more inflammation in your arteries.
To find out whether you are at risk or not, get a blood test checking for Lp(a) and ensure your numbers are below <30 mg/dl. If the numbers are much higher than you are at risk of heart disease.
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