A breakdown of your CRP level and actionable follow up steps:
Elevated CRP levels can be a marker for an acute inflammatory disease (allergies, the flu, cold, etc.). Persistent CRP elevations are indicative of chronic inflammatory diseases (dementia, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, diabetes, Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Lupus etc.). True Marker also gives you treatment recommendations if necessary.
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Your CRP level is important for your general well-being. Here’s why it should matter to you:
C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
CRP elevations can be non-specific, but they can also point to an underlying inflammatory disease. The disease can be something insignificant such as a cold or something significant such as heart disease. Monitoring your CRP level is crucial for your overall health
CRP is a plasma protein synthesized in the liver.
Blood CRP is a marker used to measure the level of inflammation in the body.
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