Eating eggs has been linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death in a study that's sure to reignite the debate on whether eggs damage heart health. And each additional half consumed eggs per day was associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases by 1.1% and the risk of early death from any cause by 1.9%.
Research results from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine found that adults who eat more eggs and dietary cholesterol have a significantly higher risk of heart disease and death from any cause. Indeed, at 186 milligrams of cholesterol per egg yolk, eggs are one of the highest cholesterol foods typically consumed by Americans.
Eating three to four eggs per week was associated with 6 per cent higher risk of CVD and 8 per cent higher risk of any cause of death, they added.
The latest USA government nutrition guidelines, from 2015, removed the strict daily cholesterol limit.
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"A more appropriate recommendation would be eating egg whites instead of whole eggs or eating whole eggs in moderation, for the goal of reducing risk of cardiovascular disease and death", he said.
The latest US research on eggs won't go over easy for those can't eat breakfast without them.
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. "People who consume less cholesterol have a lower risk of heart disease". The cholesterol was the driving factor independent of saturated fat consumption and other dietary fat.
The study findings mean the current USA dietary guideline recommendations for dietary cholesterol and eggs may need to be re-evaluated, the authors said.
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Nutrition experts at the Harvard School of Public Health conclude that dietary cholesterol and cholesterol in the bloodare only weakly related.
A new study revealed that people with higher eggs or cholesterol consumption may be at risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, and might lower down mortality.
The data was conducted using a food frequency questionnaire or by taking a diet history. "There is no safe or unsafe amount [to eat] but I do like the saying an egg a day is OK". In fact, they do point out that foods such as eggs and red meat are a good source of nutrients.
His bottom line is the same as Allen's: "Eat eggs in moderation". The said data were all collected from a single visit. "We hope that in future research we are able to have a look at how adjustments in eating regimen over the long-term could also be impacting this threat for coronary heart illness", Allen says.
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"I'm not advocating people take them completely out of their diets", she said.