Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Eating Eggs and Cardiovascular Disease

A new study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition found no association between egg consumption and cardiovascular disease in the population they studied. I routinely eat two to three eggs per day, without fear of getting a heart attack. Eggs are whole, real food that are good for you.

We eat a lot of eggs here in Belgium and they are from free range chickens, brown shells, with darker yolks than the white-shelled eggs we are used to in America. I snapped the photo above of the eggs in my refrigerator.

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