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Low Cholesterol, Autism and Oxytocin Receptors:
Kurt Woeller DO discusses the issues of autism, low cholesterol and the oxytocin receptors. He feels addressing these issues will improve cognitive problems seen in this population.
Cholesterol and Autism – Can Eggs In The Diet Save the Autistic Brain?:
Can a diet with lots of eggs save the autism brain? This may be the simple tool that makes the difference in the lives of many children with autism.
Autism: New Study Discovers Statistically Significant Link Between Abnormally Low Cholesterol Levels And Autism Spectrum Disorders:
Dr. Elaine Tierney discusses her work at Kennedy Krieger Institute regarding children with the low cholesterol disorder called SLOS (Smith-Lemli-Opitz- Syndrome) and children with autism.
Foods High in Cholesterol Could Save Your Health!:
Article discusses the effects of foods high in cholesterol.
Why Low Cholesterol is not Good for You:
Dr. Mercola talks about how cholesterol is needed to produce cell membranes, hormones, Vitamin D and bile acids to help digest fats. Cholesterol is crucial in the formation of memories and vital for neurological functioning.