Ladd McNamara, M.D discusses the future of medicine both as it relates to health, supplementation, and how health professionals are finding new ways to increase income in an ever evolving world!

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Dr. Myron Wentz on “The Cholesterol Conspriacy” by Ladd McNamara, M.D. and Arterial Inflammation & Oxidized LDL Cholesterol

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With this expanded and updated edition, I feel even more strongly that the facts that Dr. Ladd McNamara has marshaled to support his argument against the use of statin drugs to lower cholesterol levels need to be heard by a wide audience. I am grateful that Dr. McNamara has allowed me to throw my support behind his work.”

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Oxidized LDL Cholesterol is the Best Predictor of Heart Disease

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Previously, I blogged about Oxidized LDL Testing, but this blog post is dedicated to opening your eyes as to the correlation of oxidized LDL cholesterol to coronary artery disease (heart disease).

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Understanding C Reactive Proteing (CRP) on Your Lab Report

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A high-sensitivity C Reactive Protein (CRP) blood test is one of those critical tests that should be viewed in combination with a full lipid panel (one that includes Oxidized LDL Cholesterol), and homocysteine.  However, what is it, and how do you interpret your results?

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Your Lab Report May Be Wrong …Find Out What Healthy Reference Ranges Should Be According to Ladd McNamara, M.D.

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Most medical labs are not only behind the times in their reporting some of the reference ranges, but when it comes to some unfamiliar lab tests they may completely wrong. If you or your doctor are basing health decisions on incorrect laboratory reference ranges, it not only defeats the point of the test, but it may cause you to NOT make necessary changes that could lessen your risk for chronic disease.

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Understanding Your Homocysteine Lab Test

Homocysteine Damages Arterial Lining

If you asked to have your homocysteine level checked with the rest of your lab work, you were probably told it is “fine.” Don’t be so sure. You could be at risk for heart disease and not know it.  Let’s talk about what could possibly save your life.

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