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    There are several ways to test for your LDL particle number. 

Kresser recommends using the NMR LipoProfile, offered by a lab
called Liposcience.

The test uses FDA-approved technology for testing LDL particle
number, and it’s the test used in most of the scientific studies
on LDL particles.

    The NMR LipoProfile test is easy to get and all major labs
offer it, including LabCorp and Quest. Most insurance policies
cover the test as well.

Best of all, even if your doctor were to refuse to order it, you
can order it yourself via third-party intermediaries like Direct
Labs, or you can order the test online, and get blood drawn

    In Europe and other parts of the world, LDL particle number
is more commonly measured using an indirect marker, apolipoprotein
B (apoB). ApoB is a protein required for the formation of the LDL
particle. About 90-95% of apoB particles are LDL particles, which
makes apoB a fairly accurate measure of LDL particle number. If you
live in a country where the NMR profile is not available, you can
use the ApoB test to roughly determine your LDL particle number, and
then use triglycerides, HDL, fasting blood sugar, blood pressure
and waist-to-hip ratio to determine if you have insulin resistance.

    Remember, since your heart disease risk may be an accurate
predictor of your future dementia risk, the NMR profile test may be
useful for assessing both your heart disease and dementia risks.

Reducing Fructose is Essential for Preventing Both Heart 

Disease andCognitive Decline.

    You may already know I have become passionate about warning
of the dangers of fructose. There is no question in my mind that
regularly consuming more than 25 grams of fructose per day will
dramatically increase your risk of heart disease, dementia and
Alzheimer's disease, as consuming too much fructose will inevitably
wreak havoc on your body's ability to regulate proper insulin
levels. This does not mean you can’t have any fruit, rather it
just means keeping your total fructose below 25 grams every day.
There are charts on our site that show how much fructose is in
most fruits.

    Although fructose is relatively "low glycemic" on the front
end, it reduces the affinity for insulin for its receptor leading
to chronic insulin resistance and elevated blood sugar on the back
end. So, while you may not notice a steep increase in blood sugar
immediately following fructose consumption, it is likely changing
your entire endocrine system's ability to function properly
behind the scenes.

    Additionally, fructose causes damage to your circulatory system,
upon which the health of your nervous system and heart depend. Since
the average American is exceeding the 25 grams a day fructose limit
by 300%, this is a pervasive and serious issue. I view significantly
reducing fructose consumption as the MOST important step you can
take to lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease, dementia and heart

More Tips for Protecting Your Heart and Brain Health

    The good news about finding the similarities between common
chronic diseases is that many of the preventive strategies are over
lapping. For instance, the beauty of following my newly revised
nutrition plan is that it helps treat and prevent all chronic
degenerative diseases, from heart disease, cancer and diabetes to
obesity and Alzheimer's. So please read the plan, and implement it
in your life, as soon as you can. It is divided into three helpful
sections, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced to help you start
at the right level. My other top tips for optimal heart and brain
health include:

   Optimize your vitamin D levels with safe sun exposure Keep your
fasting insulin levels below 3 (following the nutrition plan will
help you do this); if your fasting insulin level is not lower than
three, consider limiting or eliminating your intake of grains and
sugars until you optimize your insulin level.

   Consume enough high-quality animal-based omega-3 fats, such as
   krill oil.

   Exercise regularly, including high-intensity interval training
   like the Peak Fitness Technique

Thank You Dr. Mercola.

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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