Consuming Too Many Eggs Will increase Coronary heart Assault Danger, Examine Says

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Now, a major U.S. long-term study has found that the cholesterol in eggs does contribute to a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death.

(Web Desk) - Eating more than three or four eggs a week increases chances of heart attack or stroke, according to a USA study which determined the risk of cholesterol in everyday diet. Still, since higher consumption than average of either cholesterol or eggs is related to an increase in cardiovascular disease incidents like stroke and early death, the new finding is significant when considering the population at large, he said.

Cholesterol is a type of fat used to fuel the body's cells and is contained in foods like meat and particularly egg yolk, but is also produced in the liver from breaking down other fats.

The Australian Dietary Guidelines say "eggs are an alternative to meat, a relatively cheap source of protein, and are versatile foods", without prescribing an upper or lower limit - implying you can have a nutritious diet without ever eating one. Some researchers have suggested that links between egg consumption and health problems can largely be explained by the lifestyles of heavy egg eaters, since they may also be more likely to eat foods that are unhealthy for the heart and less likely to exercise regularly. Instead, choose egg whites instead of whole eggs or eat whole eggs in moderation.

For the study, the researchers included 2,564 patients who had a heart attack and received rapid treatment with a stent (percutaneous coronary intervention or PCI) between 1999 and 2015.

"Eggs are wholesome food, and provide good protein among other nutrients".

Eggs were then looked at specifically because they are one of the richest sources of dietary cholesterol.

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Now, the findings of the new study might mean the current USA dietary guideline recommendations for dietary cholesterol and eggs need re-evaluation, the authors write. When the participant age was 52 years, the team compared their eating patterns with cardiovascular diseases and deaths. "However, this intake or anything more also depends upon rest of diets, physical activity and genetic nature of the individual", said Anoop Misra, Chairman, Fortis-C-DOC Centre for Diabetes, Metabolic Diseases and Endocrinology and National Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation.

Eating three to four eggs per week was associated with 6 per cent higher risk of CVD and 8 per cent higher risk of any cause of death, they added.

An analysis found that consuming 300 milligrams of dietary cholesterol per day was associated with 17 percent higher risk of cardiovascular disease and 18 percent higher risk of death.

"We want to remind people there is cholesterol in eggs, specifically yolks, and this has a harmful effect", said Dr Norrina Allen, one of the authors and an associate professor of preventative medicine. Each participant was asked a long list of what they'd eaten for the previous year or month.

That is relatively little, especially given that a half-egg daily is double what the average American eats.

"Imagine 100 people like those in the cohorts they studied... somewhere around 38 of them would have died if they had been followed up for 30 years", he said. Researchers collected the data during a single visit.

U K researchers said the United States diet is higher in cholesterol, featuring 600mg per day on average compared to 225mg a day in Britain. "But we think they represent an estimate of a person's dietary intake".

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