EAT SMARTER NOT HARDER:  An Egg a Day Keeps the Doctor Away?
Study:  An Egg a Day – Can Be Heart-Healthy
Here’s a heartfelt message for your health:  An egg a day keeps the cardiologist away.  It’s true.  An egg, eaten each day, can help your good cholesterol levels.  Fortunately, there are so many ways to prepare eggs.

Based on a dietary survey, and blood tests, from 4,778 Chinese adults, results show that an egg a day can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.  Participants, who ate one egg per day, had higher levels of healthy proteins and good cholesterol.  You can’t beat that with a stick.

Study participants who ate fewer eggs had lower levels of these proteins and higher levels of harmful cholesterol.  In the past, eggs have “gotten burned” for supposedly raising bad cholesterol levels, which is now called into question.

However, the team conducting the study noted that more research is needed.  It’s not over-easy.

But this could save lots of us from shelling out money for medical bills, over time.

Time to scramble to the store or the farm, and put all your eggs in that basket.

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But you can enjoy that egg, any way you like.  Scrambled, for you?  Omelette for me…

It’s not the same result, though, if you just bake them into cake.  LOL  ~ Mo

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