Study in China Says Eating Eggs Every Day Can Increase Your Risk of Death – Eating at least one egg per day is said to increase the risk of death by 14 percent.

Quoted from The Daily Mail, a research team from Zhejiang University stated that one egg contains very high fat and cholesterol.

According to research published in the journal PLOS ONE, both eating boiled eggs, fried eggs, scrambled eggs or omelet, both have a risk of death of up to 14 percent.

Researcher Professor Yu Zhang from Zhejiang University believes this is because eggs are high in fat and high in cholesterol.

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“In this study, eggs raise cholesterol which is associated with the cause of heart disease and cancer death,” explained Prof. Yu Zhang, to quote Daily Mail Wednesday (10/2/2021).

He warned that if you want to eat eggs, you should eat only the egg whites, or switch to other food sources as a substitute for eggs, which have a lower risk of death.

It is better to eat nuts, because according to him meat and other dairy foods have the same effect.

In this study, questionnaires were distributed to more than half a million Americans between 1995 and 1996, and researchers then analyzed them for 16 years.

Researchers then asked the participants about their diet containing eggs. Finally, it was found that the average participant consumed 300 milligrams of cholesterol per day, which was likely to cause 19 percent to die within 16 years.

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Deaths from cancer and heart disease in people who ate eggs increased by 24 and 16 percent, respectively.

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