On my recent blood test, the lipoprotein(a) level of 58 was in the "At Risk" column. It should be less than 30. My HDL is 102; LDL is 141; total cholesterol 253. Any suggestions to get that 58 down?
For obvious legal reasons, I cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions -- merely provide information. With that in mind...
You might want to read Lessons from the Miracle Doctors. It's almost a specific course in getting heart problems under control. You can download a free copy at www.jonbarron.org.
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