CRP (C-reactive protein)

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C-reactive protein (CRP) is a protein found in blood plasma whose levels rise in response to low-grade infamation.  Medically, CRP is ignored and is NOT viewed as an acute phase protein of hepatic origin that increases following secretion by macrophages and T-cells.

CRP is the best measure available to detect low-grade inflammation in the body, but test results DO NOT identify cause of the metabolic spike.

Sick-care medicine and lab reports consider CRP score of 0-1.0 as normal.  Practitioners and labs that tell patients that their CRP score is within normal limits are incompetent and academically remiss.

The only acceptable CRP test score is zero -0-!!!! 

DO NOT IGNORE CRP because it says there is a fire smoldering somewhere in your body, and where there is fire, there is dis-ease!


CRP is synthesized by the liver and is perhaps the very best and earliest warning marker of LOW GRADE INFLAMMATION in the body, and a forerunner of cardiovascular problems.

CRP is rarely if ever used to predict or confirm a disease condition, instead being relegated to the status of medical artifact that appears AFTER acute phase infection; hence it is generally ignored.

The alternative medical arena has an equally poor understanding and interpretation of CRP; hence, it is generally, ignored.

If you suffer or are in pain or have any kind of diagnosed medical condition or dis-ease, know that your body is at war.

See A/G Ratio for another useful metric by clicking Glossary link below.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life here.

Also see Special Insight, Yeast: Why Your Should Care and Low-Grade Inflammation by clicking archive link this page.

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