Eating Eggs good or bad for health?

Are eggs good or bad or beneficial for health? Medical science has also failed to decide. Forget the question of whether the egg came first or the chicken, the more important question is whether the eggs are beneficial for health or not.

Unfortunately, medical science has not yet been able to provide a definitive answer in this regard, but research reports on the benefits or harms of eggs often come to light. As new research suggests, eating more eggs, especially yolks, can increase the risk of death from cancer and coronary heart disease.

The study, which included data from more than 500,000 people, found that eating half an egg a day increased the risk of death by 7%. The study found that eating an extra 300 mg of dietary cholesterol a day or 3 eggs a week increased the risk of death by 19% over the next 16 years. Similarly, the risk of death from cancer and coronary heart disease increases by 24% and 16%, respectively.

Medical experts, on the other hand, have expressed skepticism over the findings, saying that over the past decades there have been conflicting research reports on eggs and health, with some saying that eating eggs is beneficial while others say it is. It was declared harmful. Medical experts said that unfortunately, this research will further add to this debate.

2020 Medical research findings

The findings are published in the medical journal Plus Medicine. Interestingly, three decades of medical research in the United States in early 2020 found no link between the risk of eating eggs and the risk of heart disease. Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health in Boston looked at data from 173,000 women and more than 90,000 men who were initially protected from heart disease, type 2 diabetes, or cancer.

These individuals were examined for 32 years, during that time diet and other lifestyle habits were also observed. The researchers also analyzed 28 research reports on 1.7 million people and their findings reinforced the finding that eating eggs in moderation does not increase the risk of heart disease.

Researchers also found evidence that eating eggs in moderation reduced the risk of heart disease. However, it can depend on overall eating habits. The results of the study were published in the medical journal BMJ and researchers said that eating eggs in moderation is part of a healthy diet. 

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