“Banned” Food SLASHES Your Heart Risk
Following mainstream advice is like following a moving target.
What’s good for you one day is labeled as bad the next.
One the flip side, certain foods that have been demonized for decades are suddenly hailed as superfoods.
Case in point?
One “forbidden” food is now turning out to be a heart-health hero.
And it could actually SAVE you from life-threatening heart disease.
Eggs have gotten a bad rap for decades.
They got swept up in the cholesterol craze, and put on the “banned foods” list along with other innocent victims like butter, fatty meat, and full fat dairy.
Do eggs contain cholesterol? Yes!
But newsflash! Cholesterol is actually GOOD for you!
Which means these foods are, too.
Finally, more and more studies are vindicating the incredible, edible egg.
Two of the most recent show that eggs are NOT bad for your heart…and they’re actually essential for it.
The first study put to rest the idea that eggs cause heart disease.
The research, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, analyzed two groups of people: One ate two eggs per week, while the other ate SIX TIMES that many. The study lasted for over a year, and at the end, the researchers tested the participants for cardiovascular disease markers like blood sugar, blood pressure — and even cholesterol.
Regardless of how many eggs people ate, there were ZERO negative cardiovascular effects.
The researchers even confirmed that “at-risk” groups like diabetics have the green light to eat as many eggs as they want.
The second recent study found that eggs can actually LOWER your risk of heart disease.
The researchers studied more than 500,000 people for four years to see what kind of impact eating an egg a day would have on the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Much to the reserachers’ surprise, people who ate an egg a day had a LOWER risk of heart disease than those who didn’t!
This was even AFTER adjusting for other heart disease risk factors.
If you’re looking for a way to reduce your heart disease risk, I can’t think of a tastier way to do it.
Get out the frying pan and put eggs back on the menu.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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