crp

C-Reactive Protein

C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a marker of inflammation throughout the body. When your levels of CRP are optimal, you have very little inflammation in your body. Low CRP levels show that you have a healthy heart, circulatory system, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels. If you have moderate levels of CRP your bones may be more brittle and your immune system may be less effective. The higher your CRP levels, the greater your risk of poor heart health. If you are an athlete, you should track your CRP levels because optimizing your performance depends on good cardiovascular health. The only way to measure your CRP levels is with a blood test as in the InsideTracker Performance Plan. InsideTracker will tell you what your CRP levels should be based on your age, gender, ethnicity, activity level, and lifestyle. To lower your CPR levels, you need to decrease inflammation. InsideTracker can help by recommending foods that supply dietary fiber and inflammation-fighting antioxidants, such as fresh vegetables, nuts, and olive oil. Your InsideTracker plan will also include simple interventions in alcohol consumption, exercise, lifestyle, and supplements that can reduce inflammation.
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