Analysis: No link between eggs and coronary heart disease, stroke

01/20/2013 | Forbes · FoodConsumer.org

A meta-analysis published in the British Medical Journal found no link between egg consumption and the risk for stroke or coronary heart disease overall. However, in a subgroup of patients with diabetes, those who consumed the most eggs had a 54% increased risk of developing coronary heart disease compared with those with the lowest intake, researchers reported.

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