Eggs and Cholesterol: How did they get a bad wrap

We have been led to believe that eggs and cholesterol go hand in hand. They have often been blamed as one of the major contributing factors to high blood cholesterol levels. That however is not the school of thought on the LCHF diet.

Today we find out about eggs and how they should be incorporated into your diet.

Cholesterol has no effect on your blood cholesterol concentration, none what so ever. So while the yolk of an egg does contain cholesterol is has no effect on your levels.

Blood cholesterol concentration tends to lean more towards genetics. Yes fat can influence this level, but three different people can see three different results when put on the LCHF diet. One may go up, another stay the same, and the third may even see a decrease in their cholesterol. We’ve previously discussed if that is a good thing or a bad thing.

The deviled eggs and cholesterol, or maybe not

Eggs are one of the best foods you can eat, and you can have as many as you like. Next to liver, they are one of the most nutritious foods on earth. Eggs were done a disservice by being denounced as bad for your health, but they have rightly rediscovered their popularity. Not only a cornerstone of the LCHF diet, they are a great breakfast alternative to low nutritional cereals. A breakfast choice worthwhile getting your kids onto as well.

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