The Real Difference Between LDL & HDL: Apo A1 & Apo B



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Many cholesterol tests include fractionation and details re: Apo A1 and Apo B. What are they? We cover these items in the video. Apo A1 is the protein that makes up all HDL family lipoproteins. Apo B is the protein that makes up all the other basic lipoprotein families, including LDL, VLDL, IDL, and Chylomicrons. HDL stands for High Density Lipprotein. LDL stands for Low Density Lipoprtein. VLDL stands for Very Low Density Lipoprotein. And IDL stands for Intermediate Density Lipoprotein. Chylomicrons are the largest and fluffiest of the lipoprotein families, made up almost entirely of Apo B and cholesterol, not other fats or oils.

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6 Responses

  1. westfield90 says:

    An awesome educational video as always. Thank you Doctor!

  2. Mark O'Meara says:

    Non HDL equals ApoB yes?

  3. Joseph H says:

    So how do you treat it if either one (or both) is high?

  4. xxx xxx says:

    8:50 Wow, this is an eye opener. I didn't even know that Apo(A1) could be harmful too. 😕

  5. Richard Lund says:

    Thanks for helping educate us. I have heard Ron Krauss talk about why the higher ApoB number (directly correlating to the number of particles) and the background to it is related to the reduced ability of the smaller LDL particles to bind to liver cells to deliver their remaining contents into those cells. This results in the small particles being in circulation longer and thereby continuing to expose the arteries to potential damage. Any thoughts?

  6. Joe A7Rii says:

    My ratio dropped to .24 now from .51 in March. You’re guidance made all the difference.! Thank You Dr. Brewer

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