Eggs and Cholesterol. b y: Ashley Dudley, Tsz Wing Ho and Mjin Song. Outline. Misconceptions about eggs and cholesterol Cholesterol – dietary vs blood Cardiovascular disease Diabetes Metabolic Syndrome Dietary Recommendations Health Benefits Weight loss. Common Misconceptions.
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by: Ashley Dudley, Tsz Wing Ho and Mjin Song
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Fig 1. Relative risk of CHD incidence in males (Health professionals Follow up study) and females (Nurses Health Study) versus weekly egg consumption
Fig 2. Relationship between CVD mortality rates in men aged 35-74 among 24 countries and per capita egg consumption
Metabolic syndrome – a group of risk factors that occur together and increase risk of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes
Changes in plasma HDL levels from baseline to 12 weeks in overweight men who consume a CRD including 3 eggs/wk or an egg substitute.
Most nutrients in eggs are found in the yolk
In comparison to a bagel based breakfast, an egg based breakfast helped participants lose weight.
After 8 weeks, the egg based breakfast showed: