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Are Eggs Bad For You? Egg Cholesterol Myths, How the Body Works, Clinical Nutrition

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Are Eggs Bad For You? Egg Cholesterol Myths, How the Body Works, Clinical Nutrition

Eggs have Cholesterol in them and many people have the idea that Eggs are not a health food or that eggs are potentially harmful because this. Whats the truth? Are eggs good or bad? Does a diet heavy in eggs raise the risk of high cholesterol, disease, heart attacks and obesity? Or does having eggs in ones diet contribute to over all health and wellness.

Find out the truth about eggs.

RADHIA is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, C.C.N. She is also a Certified BioNutritional Analyst. She has a M.Ed. in nutrition and is a professional member of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, (I.A.A.C.N), and the American Naturopathic Medical Association (A.N.M.A.).

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  1. Wow so she starts off with a study from the 70's!? WOW… 😂😂

  2. Eggs and sperm are disgusting 🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢. Clogged arteries 😵😵😵😵😵😵😵😵😵. Science !!! Gorillas are vegan, they don't have cancer in the wild !!!!

  3. paid for by the egg industry. rather hear data from an dietitian.

  4. This is a Simple Challange I have put to Doctors and others – let's play a game !!! We will start LINE ITEM at a time and you must do only one thing and that is tell me what is WRONG with all the Nutrients in the Raw Shell eggs – Seems I am confused as everything in the Raw Shell Eggs Makes LIFE !!! Just don't cook them /// That 7th day Adventist study is a Observational study and is 100% Meaningless

  5. Lots f scientifically illiterate dummies no this post parroting the 1970s myth about how eggs are bad for you. I bet you still believe the food pyramid is legit.

  6. The department of agriculture will not allow eggs to be called nutritious in any respect at all by law. Dr Gregor is a better source of information. "Gods perfect food"? Yeah she is a believer in science.

  7. Is Hybetez Remedy helpful to cure your cholesterol naturally? I've read numerous good stuff about this Hybetez Remedy (google search it).

  8. THIS points at LDL vice HDL absorption, and one type of cholesterol cleans out the other. This is a thing I have been looking at recently

  9. EGGS EGGS EGGS are really very healthy and very cheep this is the question because they are very good and very cheep

  10. How many eggs can I have a week?

  11. She's clearly paid for this.

  12. Referencing ONE study in 1970..

  13. Damn these biased nutritionists. It's quite obvious she knows it's all bullshit. See how she twists her toung and mumbles her words.
    I hate when somebody (specially some nutrition 'expert') says that something has "significant amount of vitamins and minerals". I mean, give me some examples, because I can say that about dirt, it has significant amount of vitamins and minerals, but is also full of harmful bacteria. When somebody tells the truth, they will give you a direct anwser like "Beets are rich in iron", but when they tell you "Yeah, eggs have cholesterol but it's full of good healthy nutrients!!" and they don't tell you exactly which ones, it's so evident she knows she's lying.

  14. I really feel bad for your "clients". I hope the money you received from the egg industry was worth it.

  15. thanks for your post. The truth for my body is eggs esp the yolk are GOOD FOR MY HEALTH. Eggs contain lecithyn (sp) and good cholesterol. The body creates its own cholesterol. I eat kale, spinach, other superfoods in small quantities and do HIIT for one hour per day. I think that keeping the hormones balanced is the key and eat accordingly. Keep sodium relatively low.

  16. hahah this is funny. Eggs decrease cholesterol 😂😂

  17. Unless you have your own chicken and really treat them well, eating eggs is very bad. Most hens live in inhumane conditions and are imprisoned all of their life in small cages. Imagine you were in a hen's situation yourself. Even the cage-free eggs are mainly from hens raised in huge halls where nobody gives them the care they need. Also millions of male baby chickens get killed by the egg industry. Maybe the eggs have neutral effects on human physical health, but the way people treat the hens and chickens causes guilt, shame, and bad effect on human mental health.

  18. No one should listen to this lady! Eggs are the single most concentrated source of cholesterol in the american diet. Any study that shows that eggs are not unhealthy was funded by the egg industry. They're using the same tactics (and even some of the same scientists) of misinformation that the tobacco industry did. Notice how she doesnt show you the actual study, or provide links. Eh?…

    Look up Dr. Greger from nutritionfacts.org if you want real unadulterated research info with info about who funded studies.

  19. Eggs are only bad for you if they are thrown at you, your car,  or your house.

  20. Why would you eat an egg for the beneficial nutrients when you can eat something else without the harmful risks. Its a no brainer.

  21. This lady is being paid by the egg industry she is so misinformed and spurring out wrong information. Where are the studies she is discussing? I don't see them posted. And, the human body manufactures all the cholesterol it ever needs, so ingesting additional cholesterol is totally unhealthy.

  22. Come on people! Never heard anyone dying because of their egg intake! Everyone gets to eat whatever the hell they want, stop this nonsense.

  23. Haha eggs lower cholesterol??

  24. Dr. Greger "nutritionfacts.org" has the most recent science and research on eggs. Rather than quote a study done in the late 70s.

  25. How would you explain this: I take five eggs for breakfast. But I normally remove three to four yolks. I also make sure I mix with vegetables. My blood sugar and blood pressure are fairly normal. In fact my RS ranges between 5 and 7 while my blood pressure
    ranges between 130/82 to 145/90 . I have done this for close to 15 years. I am 65 years old.

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