New Way Red Meats and Eggs Promote Atherosclerosis

It is hardly news that substances found in red meat and eggs promote atherosclerosis and lead to coronary artery disease (CAD). Both eggs and red meats contain saturated fatty acids and cholesterol, which have both been proven to raise LDL-C levels in the blood. Furthermore, elevated LDL-C levels in the blood are a well-established promoter of CAD. Importantly, dietary interventions that signi...

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