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Moderate egg consumption gets the green light ... again

Eggs are Great

A 1999 study that stated that consuming eggs can lead to cardiovascular disease(CVD) has now been updated. An extensive new study clearly shows no link between egg consumption and CVD risk.

Moderate consumption of eggs is healthy for us.

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Moderate egg consumption gets the green light ... again

Moderate egg consumption gets the green light ... again

https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2020/03/moderate-egg-consumption-gets-the-green-light-again/

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Eggs are Great

A 1999 study that stated that consuming eggs can lead to cardiovascular disease(CVD) has now been updated. An extensive new study clearly shows no link between egg consumption and CVD risk.

Moderate consumption of eggs is healthy for us.

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