Lipoprotein (a): What is it and how does it impact cardiovascular health?

When it comes to cardiovascular health, many of us will be familiar with names like LDL and HDL cholesterol and even perhaps triglycerides, for those with a stronger interest in this subject.

However, there is one important molecule that very few are talking about, including doctors when presenting you with your annual health check.

Lipoprotein(a), also abbreviated as Lp(a) (lp little a), is a lesser known lipoprotein that plays a significant role in cardiovascular health.

In this article I will be discussing it’s relevance to cardiovascular health, clinical reference ranges and if there are any natural strategies to manage elevated levels.

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The above article was contributed by

Danny Ly client


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