oxLDL vs LDL-P

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oxLDL vs LDL-P

Postby giftsplash » Wed Feb 24, 2021 7:37 pm

I wonder if there is any consensus about which bio marker is best predictor of cardiovascular event, OxLDL (Dr. Gundry) or LDL-P (Dr. Dayspring).

Love to get your feedback.

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Re: oxLDL vs LDL-P

Postby Tincup » Wed Feb 24, 2021 8:25 pm

giftsplash wrote:I wonder if there is any consensus about which bio marker is best predictor of cardiovascular event, OxLDL (Dr. Gundry) or LDL-P (Dr. Dayspring).

Love to get your feedback.


I'm a Gundry patient, so you know my point of view. Gundry's perspective goes far beyond sdLDL & oxLDL. He tests us with a large variety of markers, including the PULs test that purports to predict unstable cardiac lesion in danger of rupturing.
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Re: oxLDL vs LDL-P

Postby TheresaB » Thu Feb 25, 2021 5:24 am

giftsplash wrote:I wonder if there is any consensus about which bio marker is best predictor of cardiovascular event, OxLDL (Dr. Gundry) or LDL-P (Dr. Dayspring).

Love to get your feedback.


Also a Dr Gundry patient here. He's constantly evolving, during my last consult he also said something about an interesting test for oxidized ApoB, but also sounded like he's still investigating it.

LDL-p stands for LDL particles. Not all particles are alike. Take a look at this Heart Disease: Major Causes and Natural Support Strategies, it has nice graphics and discusses LDL particles as well many other things that can lead to cardiovascular disease.
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