Cholesterol in eggs and egg whites: Understanding the myth
|Cholesterol in eggs and egg whites: Understanding the myth||Darrell Miller||02/23/17|
February 23, 2017 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Cholesterol in eggs and egg whites: Understanding the myth
Eating eggs with the yolks as opposed to eating just egg whites can be beneficial. People who consume a moderate amount of eggs have better antioxidant levels and an increase in HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol). Most of the bad press about eggs come from outdated reports. Eggs are full of vitamins and minerals and consuming a whole egg on a daily basis toes not effect your bad cholesterol levels.
- The amount of cholesterol found in egg whites and egg yolks differs drastically, but there is nutrition to be found in both.
- The most common recommendation is that adults consume no more than two to six eggs per week, though there is very little scientific evidence that supports this suggestion.
- While many tend to focus on the cholesterol content of eggs, they are missing out on a host of potential benefits due to the high vitamin and nutrient content of these natural protein sources.
""Can you eat too many eggs?""