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I eat eggs. I’m sure you do, too. I mean - they are a excellent source of protein and the sight of chicken in the morning isn’t that mouthwatering. So you eat the whites and only the whites, right? Well when I diet, I certainly do since it reduces my calories but should you fear the yolk? What’s the truth about eggs and your cholesterol?

Old wisdom tells us that we need to avoid cholesterol or else bad things will happen. If we avoid cholesterol than blood cholesterol levels will decrease and our good health will increase.

Unfortunately for us, our body will always throw a monkey wrench into logical science. You see our body wants to maintain balance at all times. Decrease your dietary cholesterol and your liver will produce more cholesterol for daily functions. Eat more and your body will produce less. The end result? Our total cholesterol stays the same.

So why would our body produce cholesterol in the first place if it is bad? Don’t use this as an excuse to consume pounds of fat, but cholesterol has a place in various functions of our body. First off, our body needs cholesterol for production of various important hormones that actually prevent heart disease. Not to mention that cholesterol is a very powerful antioxidant.

So when we consume too much sugar, bad carbs and dangerous fats, our body will raise our cholesterol levels to fight those foods that we’ve just ingested. So having high cholesterol doesn’t mean we’re prone to heart disease. With all the bad foods that we eat today, if our body didn’t produce cholesterol we’d actually increase our chances of a heart attack.

So what’s the truth about eggs and cholesterol? You can certainly afford to have a few yolks during the week and you can ignore those restrictions on how often you can consume yolks. Handling cholesterol is about making good diet choices day after day. If you do that, then you'll lose fat faster. For a FREE rapid fat loss program click here

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