Johnwen wrote:Hate to sound like a broken record on the subject of Thyroid.
When it comes to LP(a) there seems to be a connection!
I let these links tell the story! There’s a lot more of these out there!
https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j ... 3-0018.pdf
http://clinchem.aaccjnls.org/content/cl ... 6.full.pdf
Just perhaps these inherited ideas are actually the results of a under active thyroid. Since if your at the high end of the lab test your already in the danger zone of a failing thyroid! However most doc’s will just see your in range and do nothing about it. Then they’ll send you on your way with a script for statins, which only will make matters worst! Then they’ll blame high cholesterol for all your problems! When the real problem is at the end of their pen!!
Frodo wrote:It seems to me, that my post is of great interest. More than 6.000 klicks within 9 months. I hope, that it is helpful for you. Furthermore I'm sure, my lp(a) will decline with PT. And I'll report. But much more important, after my heart attack one year ago the damaged part of my heart muscle has begun to work again. No angina. No problems. And I'm fit. Every day 1 to 2 hours nordic walking, muscle training and riding a bike, although I'm 70 years old - sorry, young. And I learned, I can all if I believe it.
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