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An egg a day is not bad for your health

Study saw no correlation between quantity of eggs consumed and heart disease or stroke


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Researchers collected data from 215,618 people in the US, dating back to 1980 concerning to their diet.

People filled out questionnaires about their health and lifestyle every 2 years.

Researchers grouped people according to how many eggs they ate.

Results showed no increased risk of heart attack or stroke for people eating eggs.

People who ate the most eggs had the same chance of heart attack as people who ate the least eggs.

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