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Does "bad cholesterol" have a role in early-onset Alzheimer's disease?

Does "bad cholesterol" have a role in early-onset Alzheimer's disease?

2 days ago   |   Natural News

Alzheimer's disease is a chronic illness that robs a person of his memory and thinking skills. In the US, as many as five million adults suffer from this debilitating illness...
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Health Benefits of Grapefruit: Weight Loss and Much More

5 days ago   |   Real Food For Life   |   2 articles

Grapefruit is full of health benefits and it helps with weight loss! Also, grapefruit helps lower cholesterol, fights heart disease and so many other things. It is a powerful...
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Early Hepatic Signals of Fat Overload

6 days ago   |   Nutrition

Periods of overfeeding are a common occurrence in most developed countries, especially at times of celebration and festivities. When combined with reduced physical activity...
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Association of egg intake with blood lipids, cardiovascular disease, and mortality in 177,000 people in 50 countries

7 days ago   |   American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundEggs are a rich source of essential nutrients, but they are also a source of dietary cholesterol. Therefore, some guidelines recommend limiting egg...
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Statin drugs claim to lower cholesterol but are INEFFECTIVE at preventing heart disease

Statin drugs claim to lower cholesterol but are INEFFECTIVE at preventing heart disease

8 days ago   |   Natural News

We've all had it drilled into our heads that high cholesterol is bad and bringing it down with statins can prevent a heart attack. However, that doesn't explain why many people...
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Coconut Oil Consumption Linked to Increased LDL

8 days ago   |   Medscape

The high saturated fat content of coconut oil could be driving adverse cholesterol changes, authors of a new review of published studies suggest. Medscape Medical News
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Become a Healthier Baker With These Surprising Butter Substitutes

Become a Healthier Baker With These Surprising Butter Substitutes

10 days ago   |   PopSugar

Baking calms the mind and feeds the soul, but all that buttery goodness can pack on the pounds. If you're looking to make healthier baked goods, omitting some or all of the...
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Gestational diabetes exposure tied to higher cholesterol, BP in children

13 days ago   |   Healio

Exposure to gestational diabetes in utero is associated with worse cardiovascular health in offspring from childhood through adolescence, according to an analysis of health...
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Metabolic Syndrome Linked to Raised Risk of Blood Clot Recurrence

Metabolic Syndrome Linked to Raised Risk of Blood Clot Recurrence

18 days ago   |   Medindia Health

More than two-thirds of patients with blood clots have comorbid conditions like obesity, impaired glucose metabolism, elevated levels of fats and cholesterol in the blood, and...
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Replacing Saturated Fats with Unsaturated Fats from Walnuts or Vegetable Oils Lowers Atherogenic Lipoprotein Classes Without Increasing Lipoprotein

21 days ago   |   Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundWalnuts have established lipid-/lipoprotein-lowering properties; however, their effect on lipoprotein subclasses has not been investigated. Furthermore, the...
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Coronavirus transmission rates: Every ONE patient infects TWO to THREE other people

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Study: Consuming yogurt can help lower the risk of precancerous growths in...

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Increasing vitamin C intake can reduce hip fracture risk by 44 percent: Study

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Stock market takes hit as fears rise over global Coronavirus pandemic, rising infection rate in China

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Bariatric Surgery may Decrease Colorectal Cancer Risk

Bariatric Surgery may Decrease Colorectal Cancer Risk

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DO THE MATH: Wuhan Region Urgently Adding 100,000 Hospital Beds as Official...

DO THE MATH: Wuhan Region Urgently Adding 100,000 Hospital Beds as Official Chinese Government Claims Outbreak Only Affecting 4,000 People

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