An Egg per day is not bad for the heart

Experts argue a long time about whether eggs are good or bad for heart health because they contain a lot of cholesterol. According to the results of three large studies that have been carried out worldwide with a total of over 170,000 people, can you eat per day an Egg without hesitation.

Experts argue a long time about whether eggs are good or bad for heart health because they contain a lot of cholesterol. According to the results of three large studies that have been carried out worldwide with a total of over 170,000 people, can you eat per day an Egg without hesitation.

Dr. Mahshid Dehghan of the Institute for population health in Ontario explains: "A moderate supply that is in most people, approximately one Egg per day does not increase the risk for cardiovascular disease or the mortality rate, even if in the past, cardiovascular diseases or Diabetes have occurred. There is also no connection between the consumption of eggs and cholesterol in the blood, parts of his portfolio, or other risk factors."

Many widersprüfrail studies

Although eggs contain many important nutrients, it is often recommended to limit the consumption because they are suspected to increase the risk for cardiovascular disease. Study leader Prof. Salim Yusuf explains why previous studies have failed to consumption of eggs contradictory: "Most of these studies were relatively small or medium in size, and included no individuals from a large number of countries." The data from these three studies are drawn from 50 countries on six continents. The results are therefore generally applicable, Yusuf.

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