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... Eggs yolks have choline in them which has been shown to lower cholesterol (9 replies)
... also, but I wouldn't go overboard on them. I usually have 3 hard boiled eggs a week. ... (9 replies)
... My Dad is about to prescribed cholesterol lowering medication because he has high readings. My uncle is already taking them, and has reported serious and painful side affects. ... (9 replies)

... You know what, Max? I think you're right. (9 replies)
... I eat 24 whole eggs a week. ... (9 replies)
... Oh, I couldn't agree more! I think that anyone who says that eggs are bad for you must be crazy. The egg is considered the ideal protein source, containing the amino acids in the closest thing to a perfect ratio. ... (9 replies)
... They are a good source of nutrients. The processed foods that we combine them with aren't a good source of nutrients. By eliminating the yolk or the egg you are eliminating a good source of biotin. (9 replies)
... Whew! I guess it's not a good idea then! I myself eat 1 egg per day because I've heard they are a good source of nutrients. I don't know my cholesterol though. Probably should get that checked! ... (9 replies)
... Getting good information is hard because eggs are a BIG business but even the U.S. Egg Board recognizes the increase. ... (9 replies)
... I've read research reports which indicated that the cholesterol in eggs on average raised blood cholesterol only very modestly. ... (9 replies)
... in the salad, that could be bad as well. Dressing, cheese, croutons, etc can overload you on carbs and fats. Try brown or wild rice instead of white also. No eggs if you are eating them on the salad too. And skim milk on the cereal. You might try some oatmeal as it seems to lower cholesterol. Do you drink alcohol? ... (9 replies)
... DOESNT LOWER YOUR Cholesterol or Blood Pressure!! ... (6 replies)
... mgs dietary cholesterol on average, do, or do not affect the increase of the body's cholesterol level. ... (3 replies)
... eggs a day is a lot, especially if you have high cholesterol. You could replace the eggs with skinless chicken, low fat cheese, tuna etc to replace the protein, and try to keep the eggs to one or two lunches a week. ... (3 replies)
... I just had my blood work done and cholesterol is a little high. ... (3 replies)
... Become vegan and the cholesterol problem will disappear. No need for medications. Cut out every single thing you eat that is from meat or flesh origin. That includes butter, eggs and milk. ... (7 replies)
... Seems like an extreme diet to me.....I'm pretty sure I could not follow a diet like that long term. That said, I really have no desire to see my cholesterol fall that low. From the books I have read recently, 110 is simply too low. ... (32 replies)
... Nearly all dietary cholesterol comes from animal fat of some type... like chicken or beef or meat, eggs, and milk products like cheese or cream or butter or milk. ... (11 replies)
... I think part of my problem is the fact I am a good cook & I love to cook. Food has always been a big part of my life. I think your advise about changing the way I think about food is great. I wish I were one of those people that eat to live whereas I live to eat! I have printed your food list & I'm definitely going to give it a try. Great advice. I really appreciate it! (23 replies)
... That's exactly what I've found. It's probably best not to overdo the red meats but putting a serious cut in the carbs worked much better for me than low fat. You've got to get calories and they are usually in the form of fat or carbs. I eat a fair amount of fat. Most of it from eggs, nuts, advocatoes and olive oil based salad dressings. I still eat some red meat plus lots of... (23 replies)


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