According to a recent study, checking your cholesterol and glucose levels at the age of 35 may prevent from getting Alzheimer’s later in life.

It is already shown consistently in other studies that high LDL (‘bad cholesterol’) above 55 years is related to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s. This study paid explicit attention to HDL (‘good cholesterol’) earlier in life, at the age of 35, and found that lower HDL in combination with high triglyceride levels might predict Alzheimer’s in the future. High glucose levels at the age of 51-60 were also linked to the disease.

Researchers believe that managing cholesterol and glucose levels can lower not only chances of having heart disease and diabetes, but can also help optimize brain health in later life.

Curious? HERE is the source

Tatsiana Haponava, PhD

a certified nutrition coach, educator and researcher with a PhD degree

On my website you can find the latest scientific findings related to lifestyle and its influence on your brain health.

This reliable information is written in a compact and easy to understand way.

I hope that you’ll get motivated by my articles and will apply information in your day-to-day life to help your brain work better, to feel yourself better and to slow down your brain aging!

Did you know that
Want notifications?
error: Content is protected !!