Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

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Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#1  Post by Lone Dog » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:55 am

I was surprised to see this in a national newspaper, but it's interesting.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/artic ... tacks.html

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Re: Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#2  Post by zarfas » Fri Mar 30, 2018 2:01 pm

Lone Dog wrote:I was surprised to see this in a national newspaper, but it's interesting.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/artic ... tacks.html


the article seems very wrong
no where did I see LPA=surrogate for collagen nor vit C
nor lysine/proline niacin, etc


Could pumping your BLOOD through a machine help prevent heart attacks? Scientists believe they've found protein that causes heart disease

Patients are told to reduce cholesterol to lower risk of heart disease and stroke
However scientists now believe the picture is far more complex than that
Study after study points to lipoprotein(a), a fatty particle found in the blood
'Bad' lipoproteins are thought to attach to cholesterol and keep it inside the body

Unlike LDL and HDL cholesterol, the exact role for Lp(a) isn't yet clear, and its levels are not picked up in routine blood tests.

But studies are suggesting that as levels of it rise, so do the risks of cardiovascular disease.

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Re: Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#3  Post by skwoodwiva » Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:49 am

zarfas wrote:
Lone Dog wrote:I was surprised to see this in a national newspaper, but it's interesting.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/artic ... tacks.html


the article seems very wrong
no where did I see LPA=surrogate for collagen nor vit C
nor lysine/proline niacin, etc


Could pumping your BLOOD through a machine help prevent heart attacks? Scientists believe they've found protein that causes heart disease

Patients are told to reduce cholesterol to lower risk of heart disease and stroke
However scientists now believe the picture is far more complex than that
Study after study points to lipoprotein(a), a fatty particle found in the blood
'Bad' lipoproteins are thought to attach to cholesterol and keep it inside the body

Unlike LDL and HDL cholesterol, the exact role for Lp(a) isn't yet clear, and its levels are not picked up in routine blood tests.

But studies are suggesting that as levels of it rise, so do the risks of cardiovascular disease.

It is quite the opposite!

A 2009 paper by the University of Cambridge, published in the journal JAMA, reviewed data and concluded that Lp(a) is a cause of cardiovascular complications such as heart attack, and should be investigated as a target for new treatments.

It then talks of niacin!
The fact that statins boost lpa....
It took a lot of persuading to get my cardio to order a test & it only goes down to 10!
I must be @ 5 now.
On & on

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Re: Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#4  Post by zarfas » Mon Apr 09, 2018 10:26 am

skwoodwiva wrote:It is quite the opposite!




what is the opposite?
YOur statement isnt clear, would you elaborate?

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Re: Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#5  Post by skwoodwiva » Sat Apr 14, 2018 2:37 pm

zarfas wrote:
skwoodwiva wrote:It is quite the opposite!




what is the opposite?
YOur statement isnt clear, would you elaborate?

I by no means intend to be rude in what I say next, I like you!

Take this a friendly advice:
The key word is "stoop" you will find it used once in all the world of books! That is to convey the meaning I have for you. Do not bother looking at any modern definition. This 300 years old!
As used by the mosy famous english writer ever to walk this earth!

"
...he rather stoops And seeks to find out what...."

Zarfas now add the abouve quote qualify/clarify what I may post in a terse manner.
I am no good writer, & dyslexic at that too.
Please there is more for you to find in my posts!
Try harder
Cheers...

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Re: Daily Mail (UK) article on lp(a)

Post Number:#6  Post by zarfas » Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:20 pm

skwoodwiva wrote:
zarfas wrote:
skwoodwiva wrote:It is quite the opposite!




what is the opposite?
YOur statement isnt clear, would you elaborate?

I by no means intend to be rude in what I say next, I like you!


I am no good writer, & dyslexic at that too.
Please there is more for you to find in my posts!
Try harder
Cheers...



Try harder?
I was very clear in my writing, I can tell you have issues with writing, reading and comphrension, which is why I made my post so short and clear!!

"what is the opposite?
Your statement isnt clear, would you elaborate?
what is opposite of what?

now
I by no means intend to be rude in what I say next, I like you! and I'm getting that Doctors Choice, Serrapeptase because of you...
I am just trying to get things out of your prolix posts and understand your intent.
thanks for bearing with me!!


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