Thursday, June 9, 2016

Egg Yolk Not Caused High Cholesterol

For decades, high blood cholesterol levels have been linked to risk of heart disease and heart attacks is higher.

In an effort to cut the levels of blood cholesterol, the medical community advised the public to make dietary cholesterol, such as avoiding the consumption of whole eggs.

But there's one thing you need to consider before deciding to antagonize the yolk.

"Avoid the yolk is almost irrelevant if you are expecting a healthy blood cholesterol levels and heart health," said Donald K. Layman, Ph.D., professor of food science and nutrition at the University of Illinois.

"In fact, after conducting a study, less than half of the respondents who have heart disease that otherwise have high cholesterol levels. Thus, high cholesterol is not a benchmark that can predict heart diseas. "

Patricia Vassallo, M.D., a cardiologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital said, "To raise levels of good cholesterol in the blood naturally, you have to stop eating trans fats. Eat more foods containing omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, such as fruits and vegetables. Thus, you do not need to be hostile to the yolk. "

Eggs are a good source of protein that is easily absorbed by the number 1, which means that your body can absorb and use egg protein is better, than from other foods. Whole eggs will donate approximately six to seven grams of protein, depending on the size.

Meanwhile, research from the University of Surrey in England showed that the egg yolk is rich in phosphorus, zinc, vitamin B, choline, and antioxidants.

When combined with egg white, then the nutrients the body got to be better, ranging from helping to reduce inflammation, weight loss easier, more muscle, and intelligence.

In fact, in a study published in 2015 American Heart Journal, people who already have coronary artery disease, eat two whole eggs a day is fine.

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