Eggs won't worsen heart disease

Eggs won't worsen heart disease

New research suggests eggs can be consumed regularly without adverse cardiovascular effects.

NEW short-term findings from a study by Dr. David Katz and his colleagues at the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center provide suggestive evidence that individuals with heart disease can safely include eggs in their diet.

A general belief across the medical community is that dietary cholesterol raises levels of cholesterol in the blood. Since eggs are a concentrated source of dietary cholesterol, health professionals often recommend that patients

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