link between homocysteine levels and dementia

There's growing evidence of a link between homocysteine levels and dementia.

Homocysteine is an amino acid. Too much of it is thought to be toxic to the lining of blood vessels...leading to atherosclerosis.

That might explain why patients with high levels of homocysteine seem to have a higher risk of heart attacks and stroke.

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