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Alzheimer’s Risk Increased with Modest Cholesterol Elevation in Middle Age by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 20 Aug 2009 10:46pm Having average cholesterol levels of 220 or higher at age 40 to 45 raises your risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 58%. This a  new study  was conducted by Kaiser Permanete and was reported in the Journal Dementia & Geriatric Cognitive Disorders.   My take on this? A study like this can be easily be misinterpreted as high cholesterol causing Alzhe ... Read on »
Even Moderate Elevations of Cholesterol Predispose to the Two Types of Dementia by Bruce Friedman Patient Expert Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 11:58am Most people know about Alzheimer's disease but few are aware of the second most common cause of dementia, vascular dementia. That's probably because the latter condition is poorly understood and little discussed in the media. The name, however, provides a clue. The three most common mechanisms of vascular dementia are multiple brain cortical in ... Read on »
Coronory Heart Disease, Elevated Cholesterol and a Gluten Free Diet by Dianne .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:14pm 2 Comments In the wonderful days of the summer that we didn’t have, I had a rapid introduction into the world of heart attacks, the awfull ones that come right out of the blue, leading to an instant diagnosis of Coronory Heart Disease (CHD). Nobody ever expects a heart attack, but when it arrives a whole raft of lifestyle changes are often needed for the p ... Read on »
Do You REALLY Understand Cholesterol? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:01pm Good cholesterol, bad cholesterol, LDLs, HDLs, triglycerides…there are so many terms regarding cholesterol and heart health, it can leave a person completely confused  You’ve probably heard that having high cholesterol is bad for you, but do you REALLY understand what it means and why? Believe it or not, it is normal to have cholesterol in ... Read on »
Retorol may help with high cholesterol by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm Having high cholesterol increases your probability of having a heart attack and/or stroke. With its circulatory-supporting nutrients, Retorol is your natural means for preventing health complications caused by elevated cholesterol. Retorol may be able to have a significant impact on your cholesterol levels by supporting circulatory health whil ... Read on »
Lower Cholesterol with Plants and Porridge by Making Love In The Kitchen Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 3:23pm On September 15th, we will be kicking off our 5 Days Vegan group challenge. There are already 54 awesomely enthusiastic people registered from four countries and nearly 25 cities. That is pretty cool. For the next week, I will be sharing some of the main benefits of transitioning to a more plant-based diet. If you have done the Gre ... Read on »
High cholesterol (Hypercholesterolemia) by Ahmad.H Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 12:00am High cholesterol level is becoming an increasing threat to many people. This is because many changes have involved our daily lifestyle that had lead to a partial sedentary life. Exercising, which is an important factor in preventing high cholesterol level, is being practiced by less individuals. All of these events had caused an inc ... Read on »
What to Do if You Have High Cholesterol Levels by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 8:21am What do you do if your cholesterol doesn’t improve on a low-carb diet? What do you do if it gets worse? Many low carbers will tell you that you don’t really have to worry about high numbers. But is that true? Low-Carb Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Should you just ignore your high cholesterol tests? What does Dr. ... Read on »
Why Did My Cholesterol Go Up After Going Primal? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 2:22am While the majority of people who go Primal see their blood lipids improve, a significant minority do not in the short term. They see LDL cholesterol skyrocket, or their total cholesterol increase, and sometimes triglycerides even mysteriously elevate despite a low-carb intake. What’s going on here? Should you go on statins? Should you add g ... Read on »
EGG-Xactly! Why Eggs Went From A Dietary No-No To A Yes-Yes by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Sep 2013 7:00am By Kac Young PhD, ND, DCH We’ve heard the warnings that too many eggs can cause an elevation in our cholesterol and lead to a stroke or a heart attack. It has been thought that the high cholesterol contained in the yolk would elevate blood cholesterol and thereby increase the risk of cardio vascular disease. What has come to light recen ... Read on »