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I switched from Spectracell lipid particle testing to NMR - BIG difference - Suggestions?

Member Forum >> Coronary Disease & Cholesterol Protocol >> I switched from Spectracell lipid particle testing to NMR - BIG difference - Suggestions?

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Posted: 2/21/2024 10:59:19 AM
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I agree!  Just tested in Nov and it was 4.0, a little higher than usual.  I think I’m good there.

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Posted: 2/23/2024 8:29:43 PM
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One additional thought.

Since Lp(a) is included in LDL cholesterol measurements, does that mean that 75 nmol/L of my LDL-P is Lp(a) particles? Well, doesn’t make that much difference, I guess. 


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