. Myth 2. We Should Stop Eating Eggs

A lot of people seem to associate the consumption of eggs with an individual having high cholesterol. It is a fact that eggs do contain up to 200 mg of dietary cholesterol, which is more than half of what the American Heart Association suggests a person should ingest within a single day. However, when the body’s intake of cholesterol through foods rises, the body automatically begins to adjust by creating less cholesterol. Therefore, having an egg or two a few times a week typically won’t cause any harm to your body, especially since it is a great source of protein.


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