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... Yes - Most shell fish have cholesterol..... (1 replies)
... do crab legs have cholesterol (1 replies)
... It makes those Cholesterol meds worth EVERY penny. ... (7 replies)

... It's the KING CRAB legs that are the inch thick 2 footers. SNOW crabs are more delicate and about HALF that size, thus still huge, by crab standards but harder to eat than their Herculean cousins. ... (7 replies)
... If I'm not mistaken those Snow Crab legs are the BIG ones? ... (7 replies)
... has 118 milligrams of Cholesterol or about HALF the amount in one large egg yolk. ... (7 replies)
... Obviously the person didn't like crab meat!! ... (7 replies)
... Hubbles, Thanks for the info. It would seem as though crabmeat would then be actually good for a person provided they ate it with very little butter. I have wondered about shrimp as well. Not long ago I had heard something somewhere on Television that said crabmeat stays in the intestinal tract for 10 years. How someone would know this is beyond me, but it seemed as... (7 replies)
... I'm not so sure that crab and lobsters are bad for your cholesterol level. Actually, crab and lobster are lower in fat and cholesterol than red meat. It's the butter that people dunk them in and the sauces they're served in that adds most of the fat and cholesterol content to the meal. ... (7 replies)
... Others have said that they only contain good cholesterol which will help raise HDL dramatically. And they are FAR to expensive to actually experiment with. ... (7 replies)
... There are still plenty of debates going on about whether the cholesterol in foods directly can correlate to elevated cholesterol in us. ... (10 replies)
... Alan, I am not sure that it is possible to be so rigid when examining the causes that underlie heart disease for all people. I think the key is definitely moderation and exercise, even moreso than diet. I am willing to bet that I can take any "diet" and apply it properly (i.e. in moderation) and maintain a healthy weight and decent lipid profile. I already know that I... (16 replies)




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