There’s no better way to start your day then tossing in a couple of egg yolks for breakfast.
Not only are egg yolks not responsible for heart disease, but they may elevate your HDL, the good cholesterol, and increase the size of your LDL, the bad cholesterol.
It can increase the size from small LDL, the number one cause for heart disease, to large LDL, which is less harmful, thereby, reducing the risk of heart disease. One question commonly asked is whether there is a limit to one’s egg consumption?
The conventional wisdom has always been to limit egg yolks to 2-6 per week.
The egg yolk contains a higher percentage than the egg white of the vitamin known as selenium, which is also found in Brazil nuts.
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A single egg contains approximately 200mg of cholesterol. Well, that may seem like a lot of cholesterol to you, but the good news is, there is no correlation between eating eggs and increasing the risk of heart disease. To better understand cholesterol, we must first understand what it is responsible for in the body.
To put it simply, cholesterol is a compound synthesized by the liver and is essential in activating the release of neurotransmitters. Cholesterol is vital for brain function.