So what are the markers for metabolic syndrome?
Originally Posted by TheyCallMeLazarus
I recently had a blood test. For the first time, I asked my GP to request apoB (1.15g/L) and apoA1 (2.14g/L). My understanding is that the apoB/apoA1 ratio is a fair marker of metabolic syndrome. Mine came out as 0.54 - all good. Wonder what is was when I had an MI four years ago
Of course my GP could only focus on my high TC (7.5 mmol/L) and calculated LDL-C (4.7 mmol/L).
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