A Case for Eating Healthy & Exercising. 

A recent study published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association Trusted Source points to cholesterol and its impact on the brain. The study talks about the connection between HDLs also termed ‘good’ cholesterol in cerebrospinal fluid and it’s connection to Alzheimer’s. Higher levels of small HDL were associated with a lower risk.

There were 180 participants aged 60 and older. Samples of cerebrospinal fluid and plasma. Their DNA was isolated and tested for the APOE E4 gene, a risk factor.
Cholesterol was then checked and researchers found that higher levels of small HDL particles were associated with better cognitive function past their education level, sex, and age.
As reported in Medical News Today

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