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Eggs: Not all they are cracked up to be. Or are they?

The egg has gotten a bad rap over the years.

Most people will avoid the egg yolk because of its high cholesterol content.

We have been told to limit the whole egg to 1 or 2 whole eggs 2-3 times a week.

Truth is the egg is one of the purest forms of protein you can eat.

Oh, and that yolk we have all been told to skip,

well its packed with vitamins.

A new study brings up the debate once again.

 Dominik D. Alexander, PhD, principal epidemiologist at EpidStat Institute in Seattle, Washington presented the following study

Eggs Linked to Decreased Stroke, No Increase in CHD Risk

The study shows that eating the whole can actually decrease stroke by 12 %

with no change on CHD ( Coronary Heart Disease) risk.

The debate far from over, so keep your eyes and ears open.

That’s no Yolk.

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  1. Lorens Moorem says
    Mar 05, 2021 at 10:39 AM

    Eggs come in numerous tones, contingent upon chicken breed. In any case, there is no nutritional distinction between earthy-colored and white eggs. Eventually, the lone genuine contrast is shell tone and possibly cost. Nevertheless, different variables do influence the flavor and sustenance of eggs, including the hen's eating regimen and lodging conditions. The most ideal approach to get the freshest eggs conceivable is to get them from your chickens or a nearby homestead.

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