Eggs Raise the Risk for Heart Disease and Death

Dietary cholesterol—and eggs specifically—raise the risk for heart disease and death, according to a new study published in JAMA. Researchers from Northwestern University analyzed data from almost 30,000 participants with an average follow-up time of 17.5 years.

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Eggs Raise the Risk for Heart Disease and Death

Dietary cholesterol—and eggs specifically—raise the risk for heart disease and death, according to a new study published in JAMA. Researchers from Northwestern University analyzed data from almost 30,000 participants with an average follow-up time of 17.5 years. They found that each 300 mg dose of dietary cholesterol was associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease and mortality by 17 and 18 percent, respectively. When it came to eggs, each half egg caused a 6 and 8 percent increased risk, respectively. The authors urge the reviewers of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to consider these findings in their next update.

Zhong VW, Van Horn L, Cornelis MC, et al. Associations of dietary cholesterol or egg consumption with incident cardiovascular disease and mortality. JAMA. 2019;321:1081-1095.

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Fat in Food

Too much fat does reduce insulin effect and increases insulin resistance , but stored fat – meaning obesity

So excess of everything is of course bad

That’s why I’m against using oils , but nuts , seeds are excellent sources of healthy fat and nature has designed all these things so much that you cannot over do it.

Oils are man’s creations.

That’s why raw food is the best – it is what’s “ prescribed “ by Mother Nature.

But as I posted earlier – a healthy body is composed of 16% fat , 16% protein -62% water , 6% minerals and 1% carbs

So this is reflected in our diet , we will synchronize with natural composition