Friday, July 22, 2011

Study: Low Cholesterol Link to Autism

There’s a promising new study that shows why low cholesterol levels could be making autism symptoms worse.
Rose Barker is a preschooler who has autism.
Her mom Angela says, “This is a child that would have a blank stare and run from other people if she didn't know them. I would have to literally carry her up the stairs with me if I just went from one level to another."
Today Rose is reading, smiling, and interacting like never before. And a packet of cholesterol could have helped make the difference.

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