Eggs Lower in Cholesterol
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conditions.healthguru.com — “Sometimes, regardless of your lifestyle changes, you may still have high cholesterol levels. If that's the case, it may be time to consider taking a statin.” View full resource at conditions.healthguru.com
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webmd.com — “WebMD explains the alphabet soup of cholesterol testing: LDL, HDL, good, bad, and triglycerides. Pictures show tests, treatments, and critical foods from eggs to avocados.” View full resource at webmd.com
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nytimes.com — “An experimental drug that works in a novel way to lower cholesterol proved even more effective than statins and had few side effects, according to newly released data.” View full resource at nytimes.com
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Egg consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes in older adults -- Djoussé et al. 92 (2): 422 -- American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
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newswise.com — “Individuals at risk for clot-related diseases may benefit from taking common cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Connecticut.” View full resource at newswise.com
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