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The Canadian study found that people who consume egg
yolks regularly had 2/3 the plaque buildup of smokers.


Think twice before you bite into a hearty breakfast of eggs
benedict slathered in hollandaise sauce

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cholesterol is part of your immune system. consuming polyunsaturated fats damages arteries, thats the reason there is plaque build up. chosing to eat saturated fats such as lard, butter and cocunut oil is healthier than vegetebable oils which are the recommended by the fda and is used all over the industry. and people wonder why there is so much heart disease and people dying, because of misinformation and myths. dont believe everything you hear on the tv.
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This month they're bad for you...[url="http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-500165_162-7329038.html"]next month they'll be good for you[/url].

Eat sensibly, eat whatever you want. Life's too short not to enjoy it.
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This study is freaking stupid. The whole egg is good for you. Specially if it's from a good organic farm.
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[quote name='FMH' timestamp='1345254784' post='595100789']
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The Canadian study found that people who consume egg
yolks regularly had 2/3 the plaque buildup of smokers.


Think twice before you bite into a hearty breakfast of eggs
benedict slathered in hollandaise sauce

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[url="http://www.nhs.uk/news/2012/08august/Pages/Eating-egg-yolks-as-bad-as-smoking.aspx"]Follow up to the story[/url]

tl;dr: debunked
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Eat whatever you like, you're going to die anyway no matter what.

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[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEXvnSb0An4&list=UUa6vGFO9ty8v5KZJXQxdhaw&index=3&feature=plcp"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEXvnSb0An4&list=UUa6vGFO9ty8v5KZJXQxdhaw&index=3&feature=plcp[/url]

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Eat whatever you like, you're going to die anyway no matter what.
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But eating healthy food can significantly increase your life expectancy. Roughly decades!

Very obese people have average life expectancy of approximately 40 years. People with normal weight have of around 70 years.

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If food was grown with health in mind and not profit then we wouldnt have such problems.
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just the beef industry spreading crap again...

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[quote name='Lo Tec' timestamp='1345256092' post='595100847']
Everything is bad for you. If you get down to the brass tacks. It's why people urinate and excrete. Everything we eat or drink has toxins, so the body has to flush it all out. If there was no toxins there would be no reason to urinate or excrete.
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I don't think water falls into this category. everything else is toxic once consumed, so its excreted as bodily waste. Just realize that milk and eggs are not good for you anymore, and you should enjoy them for their taste and not any assumed health benefit.

I was also told that eggs which are cooked at 100C or so (in boiling water) are much better for you than eggs fried in 300-400F frying pans. This is because a few things won't break down in the low cooking temperature.
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This swings back & forth every few years.

My opinion: f**k it, we're having western style omelettes for breakfast tomorrow.
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Sunday morning - 2 eggs over easy (fried in butter), 4 strips of bacon, hashbrowns cooked in pure butter and 1 Bays english muffin lightly toasted and slathered with, what else, BUTTER!!!! nom nom nom

Oh and I wash all that down with a diet coke, have to watch the sugar intake. :laugh:
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These days we seem to be told pretty much everything is bad for our health. I personally just don't give a crap, i'd rather die enjoying my life than live to be 130 by eating dull and boring food.
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The hell with that, eat the whole egg.

If you care about your health, try not eating like a ****ing pig. It's really not that difficult...

If you don't care, eat 'til you have a lovely heart attack. This will be me, giving a **** -> :book:

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first of all, eating cholesterol doesnt translate to the cholesterol in your blood. if this "researcher" doesn't understand that, then his whole study is a sham. And correlation doesnt mean it is the cause. I'm sick of these researchers with their bogus information.

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[quote name='Buttus' timestamp='1345257699' post='595100911']
just the beef industry spreading crap again...
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your avatar pic made me smile when I read your comment.
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[quote name='Raze' timestamp='1345260216' post='595100985']
Sunday morning - 2 eggs over easy (fried in butter), 4 strips of bacon, hashbrowns cooked in pure butter and 1 Bays english muffin lightly toasted and slathered with, what else, BUTTER!!!! nom nom nom

Oh and I wash all that down with a diet coke, have to watch the sugar intake. :laugh:
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watch out for TEH ASPARTAMEZ that will give you a brain tumor
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Nowadays anything you eat or drink is bad for you no matter what it is. Even oral sex has been said to cause tongue and throat cancer. I say enjoy life to the fullest and eat sensibly, that's all.

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As my old nan used to say "Everything in moderation" :)

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[quote name='John S.' timestamp='1345255718' post='595100831']
This month they're bad for you...[url="http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-500165_162-7329038.html"]next month they'll be good for you[/url].

Eat sensibly, eat whatever you want. Life's too short not to enjoy it.
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All too true. It's hard to take these guys seriously anymore.

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[quote name='TRC' timestamp='1345256739' post='595100869']
Eat whatever you like, you're going to die anyway no matter what.
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Correct! :) Fate will deal you what it has regardless ;)

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LDL or HDL? They never tell you.

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[quote name='Solid Knight' timestamp='1345344518' post='595103607']
LDL or HDL? They never tell you.
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Why would they? You could eat 'fry ups' for the next 50 years and live till god knows??? Similarly, you could avoid them for the next 50 years and live till god knows???

Then again, they could tell you your cholesterol level and you will get worried about it, but could die tomorrow regardless of that fact? So, meaningless really :)

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Lights another cigarette, drinks another drink, and looks forward to my fry up :) Hey, you only live once! and I ain't gonna waste it trying to live a little longer lol! :)

If your gonna go, your gonna go ;)

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