Did You Know the Latest Research is Not Pretty for Eggs?
Researching finding: a report in JAMA of a very thorough long-term analysis involving nearly 30,000 men and women initially free of cardiovascular disease suggested otherwise. The researchers . . . found that eating as little as one-half an egg a day could increase a person’s risk of heart disease, stroke and premature death. “My study showed a dose-response relationship. The higher the consumption of eggs, the greater the risk. Those who consumed less than one egg a week had no increased risk.”Source