Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Lipoprotein (a) - How To Reduce

Lipoprotein (a) - How To Reduce: "Lipoprotein A, commonly called Lp(a), is a major independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The optimum laboratory level should be under 20 mg/dl and preferrably under 14 mg/dl.

Currently, there is no medicine or drugs that to effectively lower your Lp(a). A high Lp(a) is genetically linked.  

Fortunately, Mother Nature has provided us a much better non-toxic alternative. It consist of large doses of vitamin C, L-lysine, and L-proline. Vitamin C, L-Lysine and L-proline are the basic building blocks of collagen. When these vitamins enter our bodies, they form collagen in large amounts. This is necessary, as collagen must be replenished in blood vessels to remain healthy and plaque free over periods of time. The reason is simple - Lp(a) is manufacturered in the liver in response to aging vascular system and 'micro-fissures' in the endothelial vascular wall. The body, in its attempt to patch up these fissures, produce cholesterol and its relative Lp(a).
Unfortunately, Both cholesterol and Lp(a) are sticky , making them perfect for the job."

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