jgilberAZ wrote:So, high LDL-P is indicative of damaged LDL.
It is a theory, which deserves serious consideration.jgilberAZ wrote:I still believe high LDL is only a problem in a high glucose environment.
Otherwise, high LDL is protective.
Julie G wrote:Hi Julie G!
Thanks for arranging this and I wish that I could attend. Will the Zoom meeting be recorded and available to members not able to attend?
Yes! We've decided to make this a formal webinar, which will be recorded. We'll provide access following the event. You can find registration information here.
I think the wording here could lead to misunderstanding. Dr. Mason's talking about LDL-P that is discordant with LDL-C on the high side. For example:jgilberAZ wrote:He kind of addressed that. He said that LDL-P (particle count) increases when the LDL becomes damaged due to blood sugar and seed/vegetable oils.
Because they're damaged, they are not recognized by the LDL receptors in the liver, and are therefore not removed from the bloodstream and recycled, causing the actual count of LDL particles to increase.
So, high LDL-P is indicative of damaged LDL.
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