Are egg yolks bad for your cholesterol

By Stevie . Created on Apr 25, 2021
I told to only eat egg whites is not bad for your cholesterol.
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Eaten in Moderation - Eggs

Eaten in Moderation - Eggs

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Chenita said 5 days ago
That's what they said.
No
Jim said a week ago
Like anything get moving more, then eat what sounds good in moderation
No
alfromal said 3 weeks ago
ain't nothing like a good old rib eye burger with some pepper jack cheese and a big old fried egg on top,, 🈴
No
trainutt said 3 weeks ago
eggs aren't really the issue, it's the fatty sausage and other meats most folks have with them that really spike the cholesterol... we have eggs several times a week for the enzymes and proteins that the body needs, neither of us have an issue.
No
Salina said 4 weeks ago
To be honest, as of right now, I wouldn't care if they was. I love the taste of them, but you got to fry them, yes I said fry, southerner here lol...u got to fry them right.
Eaten in Moderation - Eggs
Fred Zacher said 4 weeks ago
Health experts now suggest eating as little dietary cholesterol as you can, aiming to keep intake under 300 milligrams (mg) a day. One large egg has about 186 mg of cholesterol — all of which is found in the yolk. From Mayo Clinic - Eat in moderation. The white are fine depending on how you cook them but cooking oil will drive up the bad numbers
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Brian said 4 weeks ago
Unless your doctor has told you to cut certain foods, I wouldn't see whole eggs as much of a problem. Eggs contain lean protein, heart healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, and other nutrients. Apparently, one large egg has roughly 186 milligrams of cholesterol . If you’re frying your eggs in saturated-fat-laden butter and serving them with saturated-fat-laden bacon , that will have a negative impact on your cholesterol le...
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Kim said 4 weeks ago
I have averaged 1-2 eggs per day for over 50 years, and have never had a cholesterol problem. My grandfather did the same. The powers that be change their opinion every 5-7 years, but have never proven any correlation.