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Your Cholesterol & Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Lab Report A study was recently presented at the American Academy of Neurology stating that anyone who is middle-aged with high cholesterol is 50% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease decades later. A study was conducted, which included 9,752 people from Northern California that found these statistics and on the contrary those who had low cholesterol were considered to be far less likely candidates. What many people do not realize is that Alzheimer’s disease is not something that happens over night, it can be developing in your brain and cognitive resources for many years before any signs appear, which is called the silent phase.

A study was recently presented at the American Academy of Neurology stating that anyone who is middle-aged with high cholesterol is 50% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease decades later. A study was conducted, which included 9,752 people from Northern California that found these statistics and on the contrary those who had low cholesterol were considered to be far less likely candidates. What many people do not realize is that Alzheimer’s disease is not something that happens over night, it can be developing in your brain and cognitive resources for many years before any signs appear, which is called the silent phase.

In collaboration with the first study, these same researchers found information to support their original theories that having a big belly when you are middle aged is yet another factor that can contribute to the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Studies like this are working around the clock to develop more and more information regarding the disease itself and what other risk factors are associated with it like obesity and hypertension. There have been many studies in the past that have specifically targeted high cholesterol to be related to dementia but never Alzheimer’s in particular.

The people within the study went through numerous and detailed health evaluations throughout the years of 1964 and 1973 when they were between the ages of 40-45 years old. This study resulted in 504 of the original 9,752 participant developed Alzheimer’s later in life and they took this opportunity to study their cholesterol levels at this point in their lives as well. With research and studies like this constantly being published and presented to our society, it becomes that much more important to take care of our health and cholesterol levels at a younger age.

Statin drugs are NOT the answer to lower cholesterol. There are many natural ways to lower and maintain healthy cholesterol levels through your diet. There are several different foods that have been known to lower cholesterol levels that should be in everyone’s diet, no matter what your age. Some of these foods include almonds, apples, bananas, carrots, cold-water fish, garlic, grapefruit, oats, olive oil, strawberries and walnuts. As you can see no matter what your taste buds prefer there is at least one of these foods you can enjoy and lower your cholesterol at the same time.

Fiber is an important element when it comes to lowering your cholesterol and including types of high fiber foods in your diet like brown rice, beans, fresh fruits and vegetables you are making a healthy choice all the way around. There are many different types of natural supplements you can choose to utilize as well. Studies have shown that spirulina can improve cholesterol levels when taken everyday. Garlic can be taken as a supplement and will lower your blood pressure as well as your cholesterol levels. Use Kyolic Formula I04 by Wakunaga of America, which is a powerful combination of aged garlic extract and lecithin.

There are so many different natural ways to relieve high cholesterol and maintain these healthy levels that there is no reason not to! The more and more our society becomes health conscious and aware of the consequences the easier it will become to avoid risking Alzheimer’s and other conditions that may be associated with health problems we can correct now.

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