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Cutting Cholesterol Oxides Cuts Alzheimer’s


Cholesterol oxides can end up in your brain, where they are 100 times more likely to cause Alzheimer’s than regular cholesterol. Find out what to eat each day to keep dementia away.

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June 6, 2018 9:12 pm

This article and video fail to deliver any practical advice, and they certainly don't say "what to eat each day to keep dementia away."

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November 22, 2020 9:16 pm

In the video above, at about 2:20, Dr. Gregger warns to cut down oxysterols to keep dementia away, and that "oxysterols can occur in foods, most notably milk powders, meat and meat products (including fish), cheese, eggs and egg products." Then at 2:40, he displays a chart with an extensive listing detailing many of these foods even further, with an emphasis on tuna and ghee.

Sounds practical.

June 11, 2018 6:30 am

this is very good point, seriously. Bad Cholesterol should affect blood supply in brain and tiny vessels in brain.
Another herbal method to improve blood circulation is using black ginger. Read about this amazing herb here:

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