What is the Safe Number of Eggs to Eat to Avoid High Cholesterol?


What is the Safe Number of Eggs to Eat to Avoid High Cholesterol? Eggs are high in cholesterol, so for decades in order to avoid high cholesterol, doctors have warned you against them. But eggs are also delicious, high in nutrition and very convenient, so you’d maybe want to eat more eggs than your doctor likes. With this in mind, researchers from the University of Copenhagen headed out and declared exactly how many eggs you can eat to satisfy your taste buds, arteries and your doctor and at the same time to avoid high cholesterol.
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Avoid High Cholesterol – The Cholesterol And Eggs Debate Concluded (winner declared)

 

Eggs are high in cholesterol, so for decades in order to avoid high cholesterol, doctors have warned you against them.

 

But eggs are also delicious, high in nutrition and very convenient, so you’d maybe want to eat more eggs than your doctor likes.

 

With this in mind, researchers from the University of Copenhagen headed out and declared exactly how many eggs you can eat to satisfy your taste buds, arteries and your doctor and at the same time to avoid high cholesterol.

 

The researchers analyzed the highest quality studies on this matter published in the past 10 years. Their conclusion was clear:

 

#1 – In healthy people, seven or more weekly eggs do not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease or type 2 diabetes.

 

#2 – In type 2 diabetics, a group that is especially at risk of cardiovascular disease, seven or more weekly eggs do not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and do not worsen diabetes.

 

#3 – Dietary patterns, physical activity, and genetics have a far larger effect on cardiovascular disease risk than the number of eggs you consume.

 

Thus, so long as you exercise, eat your fruit and vegetables, and reduce your consumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates, you can eat anything between seven and 14 eggs per week.

 

In fact, the people with the highest risk of cardiovascular disease who ate the most eggs had lower cholesterol and plaque in their arteries than those who ate fewer eggs.

 

So how is this possible?

 

The fact is, our bodies create 85% of the cholesterol in our bloodstreams. And cholesterol in food doesn’t directly transfer into your bloodstream.

It’s not high cholesterol, not even high LDL (bad) cholesterol, that builds up as a plaque in your heart causing stroke and heart attack.

 

Watch this Video – 7 Worst High Cholesterol Foods You Must Avoid

The real cause of plaque buildup and cardiovascular diseases is one single ingredient, explained here, you didn’t even know you were consuming…

 

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program created by Scott Davis. He once suffered from High Cholesterol so much that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication.

 

The program is highly focused on eliminating one simple ingredient you consume every single day, an ingredient you had no idea you were even putting it your body.  What’s scary is that this ingredient isn’t even listed on the label of many common food choices. It’s terrifying stuff! So, this system starts you off with valuable information about this one simple ingredient, what it’s doing to your body and what you can do about it. But it doesn’t end there.

 

The Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy goes on to teach you a wide range of diet, fitness, lifestyle, exercise, sleep and eating tips that will help you maximize your results. More importantly, these tips will help completely clean out any plaque build-up in your arteries.

 

To find out more about this program, go to How Best to Avoid High Cholesterol Level.

 

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