Heart disease is the leading cause of death.￼
Risk factors for it include: aging, gender, family history, smoking, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, poor diet, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, physical inactivity, stress, poor hygiene and… High blood cholesterol.
Despite decades of research, dietary cholesterol and its impact on heart disease remains...Confusing.
Dietary guidelines published from 2015 to 2020 for Americans state: 1) cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for over consumption and
2) individuals should eat as little dietary cholesterol as possible...
If the experts are confused, then we should certainly be confused. But one thing is clear, there are many risk factors for heart disease and heart disease is a bad thing to have.
And out of the confusion, a substantial study published by the Journal of American medical Association shows…
The more eggs we eat, the higher the risk for cardiovascular disease... end it affects women more than men.