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▼ Eggs are back in the news, with a new study concluding that regular consumption of the beloved breakfast food may increase the risk of heart disease after all.
The large, long-running study — published today (March 15) in the journal JAMA— found that eating three to four eggs per week was linked to a 6 percent increase in a person's risk of developing heart diseaseand an 8 percent increase in their risk of dying from any cause during the study period, compared with not eating eggs.
The culprit, the researchers wrote, appears to be cholesterol; the study also found that eating 300 mg of cholesterol per day was tied to a 17 percent increase in the risk of developing heart disease and an 18 percent increase in the risk of dying during the study period, compared with consuming no cholesterol.
The new findings contradict the latest dietary  guidelines for Americans, released in 2015; in them, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said that Americans no longer had to worry about keeping their cholesterol intake within a certain limit.
The authors of the new study, from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, conclude that Americans should limit their cholesterol and egg consumption, and that current dietary guidelines for cholesterol may need to be reevaluated.
So what does this mean for the beloved breakfast food? Indeed, at 186 milligrams of cholesterolper egg yolk, eggs are one of the highest cholesterol foods typically consumed by Americans.
To find out where Americans should stand on "eggs for breakfast," Live Science reached out to several experts who weren't involved with the new research.
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Post time: 16-3-2019 17:57:07
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This going a full circle. I think in India, cooking oil is a major source of cholesterol.
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Post time: 13-4-2019 15:49:09
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Yup.. the cheap palmoline oil is the reason.. sarson and coconut oil traditionally used are much safer
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Post time: 15-4-2019 08:55:51
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Edited by ssangra at 15-4-2019 09:09 AM

A few pts

- Liver generates cholestrol when body needs it whether u eat or not. If u eat it generates from that ...if u dont it generates from stored reserves of body fat. If there is low stored fat it leaches bones. Eating in time when u are hungry  and chewing well may b one possible half way solution.

- Plastic containers for oil is MAIN reason for all the mess.
The plastic leaches dangerous chemicals into the bloodstream for which the human body is not designed. I dont agree with the palm oil argument because 90% of poor India incidentally is observed using palm oil whatever the  rest of middleclass and rich India may eat. All the food u eat at stalls outside or in hotels is largely palm oil as well and not all of poor India is cholestrol heavy so it has to be something else that is a factor. No doubt palm oil is a lower grade oil that must not be consumed. Consumption of canola oil is taboo. Its a literal poison however hard the health freaks try to convince u it is good.

- Genetically modified foodstuffs like oil seeds which the older genetics of humans finds hard to handle. This may also be the reason for various gut allergies, asthama, cancers fatty liver and heart disease due to cholestrol buildup. GM food is horrible for the human system. At times people research and try and make newer variety of crops that resist insect damage but in the process they also create stuff that humans cant digest well or which creates wierd side products when ingested. U must eat what an insect can eat. Insects dont touch stuff they cant digest. They are endowed that skill by nature. Besides what has taken nature thousands of eons to stabilize must not be destroyed or overridden by the hand of a foolish mankind which has existed only for a shorter bubble of time as compared to ma earth whose a lot wiser and older.

- Cooking on high heat or in aluminium containers can be one more reason for the mess.

- Storage of food in plastic containers is taboo. Dont ever store anything that has oil or is sour in a plastic container. Glass is best for these things.

- Cessation of use of earthen ware and tin coated vessels these days by us  has contributed to the problem. Earthen ware and tin coated vessels used to introduce micronutrients that the body required in small quantities. Earthenware is made of the natural earth just like our bodies. Was safer than the new materials which include teflon coated heatable vessels, plastics, aluminium, hindalium, coated aluminium and even steel with high nickel and chromium content.
- Need and greed which drive us and create unnecessary stress adds to the heap.



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