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Eggs Now Being Sold As Heart Healthy

WebMD supports frying eggs in oil? Almost raw? Are those salmonella-free yolks? How can you tell? You can’t. You take the risk.

WebMD pandering to white people. Eating eggs makes them happy? Where’s the mother?

Maybe it’s the salad and not the egg that keeps some people from getting strokes?

F-FC ClipBoard: Notice there’s no mention of salmonella poisoning?

You can’t believe any of these so-called benefits when WebMD is obviously controlled my government forces that support the slaughter industries. People spent years moving away from egg consumption, and now that the economy is tanking due to the CC Virus and massive protests resulting in massive financial losses to businesses and individuals, the government wants everybody to revert to eating eggs again as their cheap protein source. 

So what does that mean, now that the slaughterhouses and dairy processing plants are closing? Meat is out, eggs are in?

Notice they don’t mention weight loss.


Health Benefits of Eggs?

They Offer Complete Protein? Most people don’t eat only one food at a meal, so it’s irrelevant.

They’re Nutrient Dense? So are nuts.

They Help Your ‘Good’ Cholesterol? So do veggies.

They Can Lower Your Triglycerides? They can? Meaning possible?

They Can Lower Your Odds of a Stroke? They can? Meaning possible? Strokes are caused by many variables, diet is only one. Eating eggs will not save you from stroke.

They Help With Portion Control? Like a 4 egg omelet with cheese, butter, biscuits, jam and sausage?

They’re Affordable? Affordable compared to what, healthcare? They clog your arteries.

They’re Heart Healthy? For whose heart are they healthy?

  • Correlational studies have no basis in fact. Eat an egg a day and you won’t get a stroke? If you live in China? Chinese don’t eat eggs anyway, so why test them.

Chickens Matter. Leave them alone, and you won’t have to wonder why WebMD promotes enslavement, torture and slaughter by eating eggs to prevent a stroke and heart disease.

Source: Health Benefits of Eggs


In conflicting research:

However, more recent research has found that eating a minimum of three eggs per week can increase the likelihood of early death.

A team of researchers from the Department of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University presented evidence that eating three eggs per week or 300 milligrams or more of cholesterol per day can increase the risk of death.

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Heart Attacks, Strokes, Body Fat CHILI PEPPERS

Eating chili peppers may prevent fatal heart attacks and stroke

Elise Solé

December 17, 2019, 3:25 PM EST

Chili peppers have significant cardiovascular benefits. (Photo: Getty Images)

Chili peppers aren’t for the faint of heart, but maybe they should be. Scientists in Italy say the spice slashes the mortality rate from heart attack and cerebrovascular disease (which restricts blood flow to the brain and includes strokes and aneurysms).

The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology on December 24, included 22,811 Italian men and women, who reported their chili pepper intake over an 8-year period. At the end of the study, people who consumed the spice at least four times a week reduced their risk of dying from a heart attack by 44 percent and from cerebrovascular disease by 61 percent.

Study author Marialaura Bonaccio, PhD, of IRCCS Neuromed Mediterranean Neurological Institute in Pozzilli, Italy, tells Yahoo Lifestyle that consuming chili peppers won’t prevent heart attacks or stoke, but rather the risk of fatality. The observational study did not identify exactly why chili peppers were so beneficial.

“But we know the results are independent of diet quality,” says Bonaccio. “This means that even if you don’t always adhere to the Mediterranean diet, the chili peppers will still have an effect.”

Chili peppers get their heat from the compound capsaicin, which a Chinese study on hamsters associated with a reduction in cholesterol and with blocking the expression of a gene that makes blood vessels tighten. In animal studies, capsaicin also appears to minimize body fat, and when consumed with ginger may lower the risk of cancer.

But some research has flagged capsaicin for its ties to cancer. According to the American Association for Cancer Research, “capsaicin can act as a carcinogen or as a cancer preventive agent,” adding, “Although widely consumed, capsaicin has a long and convoluted history of debate about whether its consumption or topical use is entirely safe.”

Anuj Shah MD, an interventional cardiologist and endovascular specialist and founder of Apex Heart and Vascular Care tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the new study helps us better understand the power of chili peppers. “People who eat them likely consume more fresh food in general, so the results could benefit from this trend,” he tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

Shah adds that studying a population — in this case, Italy — known for healthy eating (the Mediterranean diet is heavy on good-for-you fats such as olive oil, nuts, and fatty fish) provides a better baseline for results. “We all don’t have to rush to eat chili peppers,” he says, “but now we know that adding them to an already-healthy diet helps.”

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