Can cholesterol and oxidized LDL affect your joint cartilage?

Can cholesterol and oxidized LDL affect your joint cartilage?

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler, Ph.D., L.Ac.
  Oxidized LDL (low density lipoprotein) is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. How can a cardiovascular risk factor affect joint cartilage? The following study included 203 patients and 194 controls (Erturk C, et al., 21017). Plasma concentrations of oxidized LDL and oxidative stress markers were measured.    ...
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How to lower your cholesterol LDL levels?

How to lower your cholesterol LDL levels?

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Can it be this easy to lower your cholesterol and LDL?   The following research compiled data from several randomized controlled studies thatinvestigated the effects of turmeric and curcumin on blood triglycerides, total cholesterol, LDLcholesterol, and HDL cholesterol in subjects with metabolic diseases (Yuan F, et.al., 2019).The above-mentioned compounds are...
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Oxidised cholesterol and Alzheimer’s disease

Oxidised cholesterol and Alzheimer’s disease

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Increasing evidence is now supporting the hypothesis that oxidized cholesterol is the driving force behind the development of Alzheimer’s disease and oxysterols, which are the oxidized form of cholesterol, are the link connecting the disease to altered cholesterol metabolism in the brain and to high cholesterol; this is because of...
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Eggs: What research reveals.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
You may have heard that high cholesterol does not significantly increase the risk for cardio vascular disease. You may also have heard that high cholesterol food like eggs will not increase your total cholesterol and LDL, the so called bad cholesterol. However, if you look a little bit closer at...
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Higher intake of this important mineral shows reduced risk for metabolic syndrome.

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Low cholesterol associated with increased mortality risk, too low can be dangerous.

Posted by:  tissuerecovery Admin
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