The short answer is YES, but with some finer points.

A recent study found that fluctuating total cholesterol levels might increase dementia risk by 19%! Moreover, it turned out that triglycerides here play even a more significant role. Their up-and-downs elevate the risk of dementia by 23%.

However, there wasn’t any link found between unstable LDL (“bad” cholesterol) or HDL (“good” cholesterol) and a dementia risk.

Researchers can’t explain these results and need more studies to figure this out.

Curious? HERE is the source

Tatsiana Haponava, PhD

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

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