This video discusses cholesterol’s role in preventing neurodegeneration, in addition to its part in preventing excitotoxic damages. It explains how glitches in cholesterol metabolism can cause neuroinflammatory responses. The video also explains what can disturb your body’s lipids, and what the consequences may be. The causes for these responses and disruptions may include a stressed out HPA axis, peripheral immune responses, thyroid dysfunctions, blood sugar dysglycemia,and essential fatty acid imbalances. A good cholesterol balance is important to keep your body’s lipids healthy, and so it is critical to ensure that both sides are in as good a shape as possible. Fortunately, neuroinflammatory responses can be detected years in advance with proper testing, and steps can be taken to avoid these future problems from ever taking root. To learn more about lipids, neuroinflammatory responses, and testing, watch this video now.
Cholesterol and Neurodegeneration
2020-09-02T05:42:55-04:00 August 21st, 2020|Articles, Dementia/Alzheimer's & Neuro Degenerative Diseases, Others, Videos|