Eggs: Less Impact on Obese People

A new study of the impact of adding eggs to the diet revealed some surprising results. It is known that obese, insulin-resistant people are more likely to have higher levels of “bad” choleserol in their blood and less “good” (HDL) cholesterol. Paradoxically, this new study showed that these same people are much less responsive to the cholesterol-raising effects of saturated fat and cholesterol fro...

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