[...] a growing chorus of health experts agrees that feasting on the yolk is the way to go. Since about two-thirds of the cholesterol in our blood is made by the liver, it should come as no surprise that several recent studies found no link between eating whole eggs and incidence of heart attack or stroke in healthy people. [...] a University of Connecticut (Storrs) study showed that subjects consuming 640 mg of cholesterol from egg yolks a day for 30 days didn't experience an increase in the LDL [bad] cholesterol associated with cardiovascular disease.
Menace to Satiety Matthew G Kadey Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Nov 2009; 70, 11; Docstoc pg. 174 Reproduced with
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