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    Eating egg yolk is almost as bad as smoking when it comes to coronary artery disease


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    Just another bunch of BS from someone who thinks s/he is healthier than thou.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    Just another bunch of BS from someone who thinks s/he is healthier than thou.

    http://health.usnews.com/health-news...to-eat-or-toss
    My father died on his 98th birthday after eating many eggs a day.

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    I think this is the original study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22882905

    Really small study, performed on patients who already had atherosclerosis.

    Also they didn't look at any meaningful outcome. No one cares if your "plaque area" is 129 mm vs 132 mm. That's not a meaningful outcome. Mortality or risk of heart attack would be a real endpoint, but they didn't look at either of these. This study shouldn't be a reason to change your dietary choices.

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    This is the Best Bullshit of 2016!

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    This is better than Trump winning!

    I eat over 60 eggs, 3 gallons of milk and 6 quarts of Cobani plain yogurt a week and my total cholesterol is less than 150. Eggs do not give you high cholesterol other lifestyle fattie foods such as meat, pork, alcohol and junk food give you high cholesterol. If you are over weight it causes more health problems.

    Are you going to come up with a video that aspertame gives you brain cancer?

    This is the Best Bullshit story of 2016.

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    More than 7 eggs, almost a half gallon of milk and a quart of yogurt a day? Yikes, I'd burst. I stick to the antioxidant diet, green tea, red wine and dark chocolate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomRL View Post
    More than 7 eggs, almost a half gallon of milk and a quart of yogurt a day? Yikes, I'd burst. I stick to the antioxidant diet, green tea, red wine and dark chocolate.
    If those 7 eggs are consumed Rocky style then clearly you lose an egg or so on your chin, hand and down the side of the glass. That is a lot of protein for your kidneys to process as well but if those are your only protein based items then it is doable. Depending on the size of the eggs and type of milk that comes out to 1,100-1,300 calories per day just from those items.

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    I burn around 3,500-5000 calories a day, I'd call that a snack

    Was replying to Patton about the 7 eggs, milk, yogurt, being around 1,300 calories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonecoaster View Post
    I burn around 3,500-5000 calories a day, I'd call that a snack

    Was replying to Patton about the 7 eggs, milk, yogurt, being around 1,300 calories.
    That's great caloric output. If I consume 2,100-2,200 calories per day my weight stays about the same. When I diet I need to consistently drop under 1,900 per day to observe any noticeable weight loss. I'm a C7, so I can only manage so much caloric output per day.

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    Raw milk is dangerous. If you have a cow in your barn and control all aspects of getting the milk out of the cow and into your bowl of cheerios then sure, it is safe. However the mass production and distribution of raw milk is irresponsible and dangerous. As a libertarian I encourage people who believe raw milk is better for them to go for it before you have children, it will strengthen the gene pool.

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