C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a non-specific biomarker of systemic inflammation. High blood CRP levels are associated with numerous diseases and increased risk of all-cause mortality and disease-specific mortalities. There are multiple potential inflammation cascades that contribute to elevated CRP.
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High homocysteine (HCy) is correlated with elevated CRP. Methionine/choline deficiency is linked to elevated CRP. High serum triglycerides are associated with higher CRP.
High serum DHA levels are associated with lower CRP. High serum HDL-cholesterol is associated with lower CRP.
ProdromeScan measures C-Reactive Protein levels in serum using the high sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Test.
Dr. Goodenowe explains the relevant research and literature regarding blood C-Reactive Protein levels in seminar B107 – High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein.