I just listened to podcast #585 with Dr Dayspring. I have read and listened to many experts talk about CVD risk markers. Most agree that LDL-P is important but they always seem uncertain about LDL-P size. In this forum, I see many posts wher people say large, fluffy LDL's are benign. Dr Dayspring adamantly, emphatically and unequivocally says LDL size is UNIMPORTANT. He says large, fluffy LDL's are just as dangerous as small, dense LDL's if you have too many of them. I want to learn more about Dr Dayspring but he certainly comes across as very credible. His discussion about trigs being the main culprit, especially in IR people like myself was fascinating.
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Just got my blood work back - Good news and Bad news