May 23, 2022

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Marion Holman @holman https://academic.oup.com/biomedgerontology/article/65A/5/559/641737?login=false

“(1/4) LOW Cholesterol levels are associated with HIGHER rates of Dementia. The object of this University Ferrara study was to evaluate the association between Cholesterol levels and the prevalence of Dementia. At the start of the study, a total of 1,051 individuals (2/4) aged 65 years or over were assessed for Dementia. They were assessed again after 3 years. The study found: After one year, individuals with Dementia had significantly LOWER Cholesterol levels and much lower levels of (HDL) cholesterol compared with individuals (3/4) WITHOUT Dementia.

After 3 years, individuals newly diagnosed with Dementia had significantly LOWER Cholesterol levels and lower levels of HDL. The results of this Italian study demonstrate that low cholesterol levels & low HDL (4/4) are associated with higher rates of Dementia.”

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and then I saw this:   https://drcate.com/cholesterol-pills-statins-are-bad-for-your-brain/#d

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