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“C-reactive protein (CRP) is a substance found in blood that is a marker for inflammation in the body.”  The link between “elevated CRP levels and heart disease has been demonstrated repeatedly, and there is some evidence that CRP may be a more important indicator of heart disease risk than high LDL (“bad”) cholesterol,” says Dr. Andrew Weil.  No need to wonder, we can order this when we order your next lab work at Dr. Cohen’s San Francisco chiropractic office.