Author: Dr. Michelle Durkin on 7 June 2016
Do you limit your intake of cholesterol-containing foods like red meat, eggs, butter, and cheese in the name of health?
Many people believe that eating cholesterol will give them high cholesterol, and that high cholesterol will put them at greater risk for heart disease. After all, this has been the prevailing story many of us have heard throughout our entire lives.
But what if that story was wrong? What if the scientific evidence didn’t actually support it? What if we’ve been egg white omelets for nothing?
I dropped by Eat Real Food TV to bust one of the most pervasive nutrition myths of our time – that cholesterol is the bad guy!
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