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EricT 04-24-2010 11:16 AM

Egg Cholesterol Myths Busted at Nutritional Blogma
 
by Colby Vorland - Nutritional Blogma

The internet has no shortage of information about eggs. Unfortunately, there exists a paucity of sources that have looked in detail at the actual scientific research as a whole. While I went through it myself, it became clear that this information should be condensed into a post in hopes that eggs, and their most feared constituent, cholesterol, are better understood. As stated by Dr. Elizabeth Applegate (19): “…the evidence that eating eggs is unrelated to heart disease risk needs to be widely disseminated to health professionals and the public so that everyone can benefit from including eggs in the diet.” Indeed, many other authors are speaking up for eggs, but they aren’t being heard by the masses.


Read on...The Incredible Egg by Colby Vorland

Pitysister 04-24-2010 01:39 PM

found this a very interesting bit on egg shells:

"If nothing else, it is a decent and inexpensive antacid if you have nothing else on hand."

EricT 04-25-2010 11:51 AM

That's an old home remedy.

Tmno 02-10-2012 10:08 PM

yes this is a good link/post about eggs

moribstatam 03-22-2012 05:21 AM

A low cholesterol diet can help to decrease cholesterol build-up, which most likely brings about heart disease and other well being issues. The human body does produce cholesterol, but a surplus in the body is generally the result of a diet plan high in animal products such as red meat, eggs and whole fat dairy. Switching our diet to low cholesterol foods like grains, fruits and veggies and nuts can not only reduce the cholesterol ingestion but additionally actively fight current cholesterol.

FitnessFreek 03-22-2012 01:27 PM

Eggs every day!:biglaugh:


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