Statistically speaking, an average American adult consumes 280 eggs per year- that’s almost 5-1/2 eggs per week, which is a heck of a lot.
In a new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers analyzed the eating patterns and heart health of 29,615 adult participants. The results? Eating eggs definitely has an influence on the heart health, as well as the risk of death from heart disease.
According to the same study, consuming 3 or more eggs every weak soars your chances of developing heart disease, and premature death. Whereas eating 2 eggs on a daily basis is sufficient to increase the risk of heart disease by 27%, along with the risk of all cause death.
Since the average breakfast people in North America and around the globe consume contains eggs, these results are not merely staggering, but also damaging to the health.
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