Are Eggs Bad for Cholesterol?
So why do so many people associate eggs with high cholesterol? Really it’s just a big misunderstanding because eggs don’t raise cholesterol the way we think. Eggs are bad for cholesterol only if specific genetic factors are identified in your own body which are causing heart problems.
The yolk is where we find all of the fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) as well as the majority of zinc, calcium, folate, and memory boosting lecithin. And Vitamin B12, which has been shown to help with fat breakdown.
Health Tips: “Don’t diet in the beginning. Change the quality but not the quantity – you are going to need that extra energy for all the new cool stuff you are doing. The goal is progress, not perfection. Allow guiltless, joyful eating to be a part of your life.“