4 Egg Myths We Should Forget About in the 21st Century

There are so many ways to cook eggs: you can scramble them, poach them, hard boil them, and more. There are also many myths about eggs’ usefulness and the harm they can cause. Some people believe that we shouldn’t eat eggs because they contribute to high cholesterol. Others think that only pastured hens’ eggs are useful.
mepstock wants to sort everything out and understand which myths about eggs are true and which are fake.

4. People with high cholesterol shouldn’t eat eggs.

For a long period of time, people with high cholesterol had been recommended to exclude certain products that could continue to increase it. Eggs were on the list of prohibited foods. Yes, yolks contain more fat and cholesterol than the whites do. But not all fats are bad and so-called good cholesterol doesn’t always increase the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. Of course, it’s not a good idea to have 3 eggs for breakfast every day, but having 1 egg a day won’t harm you. Those who suffer from diabetes and cardiovascular diseases should be more careful and eat no more than 3 eggs a week.
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