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High Cholesterol Levels Appear Linked to Poor Cognitive Function
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iride6606 posted:
The higher the cholesterol levels, the poorer the cognitive thinking. In addition, those on statins had better cognitive function.

Take a look;

http://www.docguide.com/high-cholesterol-levels-appear-linked-poor-cognitive-function?tsid=6
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iride6606 responded:
This ties into research showing a link between dementia and high cholesterol!
 
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iride6606 replied to bobby75703's response:
The same nature that designed a system where some cells mutate and become cancerous and the same Creator that gave us things like diabetes, MS, MD and so on?

I don't know why people take every anti-cholesterol statement to mean we think there should be none, that some of us feel all cholesterol is bad. Don't think I've heard that said, certainly not by me.


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