Since childhood, we love eating eggs, but if I said consuming egg can be more dangerous for health than. According to newly updated research, all discussion happened.
The recent US research would not be in favor of those who can’t start breakfast without having eggs.
Moreover, a person who eats around 1 ½ egg on regular bases had more chance of heart attack than those who eat none. However, report states, consuming more eggs increase more chance of disease. Even possible, the possibility of dying early increase.
Why this news burns our mind? Because it’s all started due to new and updated research about consuming eggs.
The scientist said the fugitive is cholesterol. Which included yolks and other food products likes dairy goods and red meat. Why researchers target eggs? Because of eggs is a most popular cholesterol-rich snack. But don’t worry, eggs included still in good food but in small quantities. The Americans typically have already commenced following this diet.
One large whole egg contains:
- Calories: 72.
- Protein: 6 grams.
- Vitamin A: 5% of the RDI.
- Riboflavin: 14% of the RDI.
- Vitamin B12: 11% of the RDI.
- Folate: 6% of the RDI.
- Iron: 5% of the RDI.
- Selenium: 23% of the RDI.
Then they contain many other nutrients in smaller amounts. In fact, eggs contain a little bit of almost everything the human body needs.
Now U.S. dietary protocols supported egg to make a return.
The report has its own drawbacks and disclaims current research. Moreover, don’t forget the historical debate about an egg.
Now only on Friday, the new and updated issues were advertised in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Nutrition always reports frail said Dr. Bruce Lee of Johns Hopkins University. Depend on people how they consumed.
“We know that dietary recall can be terrible,” said Lee.
The new study provides only observational data. It doesn’t present that eggs and cholesterol caused heart disease and deaths, said Lee. However, he wasn’t a part of the research.
Some people think ‘” I can eat as many eggs as I want’” but the results suggest moderation is a better approach, she said.