In studies involving large numbers of patients, elevated CRP levels seem to be correlated with levels of heart disease risk. In fact, elevated CRP seems to predict cardiovascular risk at least as accurately as elevated cholesterol levels. Data from the Physicians Health Study, a clinical trial involving 18,000 apparently healthy doctors, found that elevated levels of CRP were associated with a threefold increase in the risk of heart attack.
Purified Omega 7 helps cool the fire
Purified Omega 7 has been clinically shown to reduce C-reactive protein (CRP), which measures chronic inflammation — the best predictor of heart disease. As Luis Martinez, MD, a Board Certified Clinical Lipidologist who has been using Purified Omega 7 in his practice says: “We have seen significant reduction in CRP across the board–an average of 67% in one month. Purified Omega 7 has become a staple in my practice.”
Take the CRP Challenge today
1) Get an hsCRP test (a high sensitivity C-reactive protein test that measures inflammation). You can get one along with a standard blood test. Ask your doctor, or a local lab to get your blood tested. You could try LabCorp, Quest Diagnostics, or Walk-in Lab.
2) Try Cardia 7 . Purified Omega 7 has been clinically shown to lower CRP.
3) Get your hsCRP test again. After 30 days, get tested again. Just let us know how it works for you, and be sure to tell a friend! Everyone should know about CRP!
Help spread the word about Elevated CRP! What’s your CRP number?
CRP is measured with a simple blood test, which can be done at the same time your cholesterol is checked. One such test is the high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP, also called ultra-sensitive CRP or us-CRP) test.
It’s important to note that CRP levels will rise in reaction to inflammation from other conditions, such as an infection, illness, or a serious flare-up of arthritis. Before taking the CRP Blood test, tell your doctor what other medical conditions you have, so you can be aware of how this will affect your CRP level.