US Gov. backtracks on cholesterol warning

For years we have been reporting that cholesterol isn’t directly related to poor heart conditions. Finally the US government’s advisors are catching up to the science and backtracking on the idea that cholesterol is a nutrient concern—the US Government started their war on cholesterol back in the 1970s. Initial copies of a new report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee say, “cholesterol is not considered a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.” While we don’t suggest swapping out your morning fruit and yogurt for a 5-egg bacon omelet, there is no scientific connection between eating too many eggs and developing a heart condition.

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US Gov. backtracks on cholesterol warning

For years we have been reporting that cholesterol isn’t directly related to poor heart conditions. Finally the US government’s advisors are catching up to the science and backtracking on the idea that cholesterol is a nutrient concern—the US Government started their war on cholesterol back in the 1970s. Initial copies of a new report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee say, “cholesterol is not considered a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.” While we don’t suggest swapping out your morning fruit and yogurt for a 5-egg bacon omelet, there is no scientific connection between eating too many eggs and developing a heart condition.

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