Regardless of what type of diet one adopts to lose weight, for it to work there must be a “CALORIE DEFICIT” – meaning eating less calories than one is burning internally. However, in real life it’s far more complicated than that.
The medical establishment has long claimed that high Lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)] is inherited and cannot be significantly reduced. But somehow I proved it is reducible.
Lipoprotein(a), called Lp(a) for short, is a cholesterol-containing particle similar to the well-known LDL. It is distinguished by an additional protein (apo(a)) which causes it to potentially adhere to damaged spots in the lining of arteries.