Nutrition Advice : How to Reduce High Cholesterol With Diet
Two eggs a day cuts cholesterol
Eating two eggs a day could cut cholesterol levels
Eating two eggs a day could cut cholesterol, say researchers.
Previous studies have revealed we should eat no more than two to threeeggs, which were thought to behighincholesteroland therefore increase the risk ofheart disease.
However, new research published in The European Journal of Nutrition revealed that case studies who ate twoeggsa day while maintaining a calorie-restricted diet not only lost weight, but also significantly cut theircholesterol levels.
The 50 subjects, who were overweight but otherwise healthy, were analysed by a team at Surrey University and fed twoeggsper days for 12 weeks.
A separate group ate the same diet, but cut outeggsaltogether. Both groups lost weight and saw theirblood cholesterol levelsdrop.
Lead researcher Dr Bruce Griffin commented on the findings: ‘There is no convincing evidence to link an increased intake of dietary cholesterol oreggswith coronary heart disease. Indeed,eggsmake a nutritional contribution to a healthy, calorie-restricted diet.’
It is thought eatingeggsfor breakfast helps to control weight as people feel fuller for longer so are therefore less prone to snacking.
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