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Thread: Eggs as bad as cigarettes!

  1. #21
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    Jul 2012
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    Ok This is "THE" study to turn my world upside down !!!! I am gonna ditch the paleo/primal/caveman stuff and become a chain smoker !!!!!!!
    But I might start on monday ?

    LOL sorry guys - this old Gwamma couldn't resist !
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

  2. #22
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    May 2012
    I wish they'd quit picking on my beloved eggs.

  3. #23
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    Jul 2012
    In honour of this study... I ate an extra egg this morning!!

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Fireling View Post
    In honour of this study... I ate an extra egg this morning!!
    I made a broccoli, bell pepper, oyster mushroom 3 cheese quiche very early this morning, letting it cook on very low heat (sprouted/peeled almond+ coconut crust) while I lifted & swam. I ate 1/3 of it myself today, it was so delish! I've cracked the code on quiches (for my own tastes that is). This study settles it, I'm going on an egg-athon this week. Joke 'em if they can't take a fuck!
    "Science is not belief but the will to find out." ~ Anonymous
    "Culture of the mind must be subservient to the heart." ~ Gandhi
    "The flogging will continue until morale improves." ~ Unknown

  5. #25
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    Aug 2012
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    Quote Originally Posted by Penady View Post
    "Because egg yolks are high in cholesterol, eating whole eggs increases cholesterol, a known risk factor for coronary artery disease (CAD) and heart attacks."

    {heavy sigh}...where to begin? Ignoring studies that show that dietary cholesterol has minimal impact on serum cholesterol? Controlling for confounding variables? Did the participants only eat egg yolks for a period of time? If not, how do you rule out the influence of other dietary choices? Genetics? Exercise? The list could go on and on.
    You are correct. Dietary cholesterol has little effect on cholesterol levels. I gave a brief explanation of why here:

    A great example of how research can be manipulated

    Egg yolks are also a good source of lecithin, which lowers cholesterol and removes arterial plaque.

  6. #26
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    Apr 2012
    Geneva (Switzerland)
    Quote Originally Posted by john_solo View Post
    I almost don't know where to begin with this BS.
    This is the typical example that you can evince any result from scientific experiments.

    I personally believe in what I experienced: I eat 10 eggs per week, full milk yogurt & kefir, cream, coconut milk, fatty nuts, fatty meat, fatty fish, fatty fruits (yep, that's what avocado is). My blood exams say that my cholesterol is low, to my wife's astonishment who decided to become primal as well. For me it works, for her it works too. That is what matters for me, the rest is BS.

    Thanks for the link anyway, it's always interesting to see how much money is wasted in "research".

  7. #27
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    Jul 2012
    Saint John, New Brunswick
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    A good tweet/Link I found sticking up for the poor maligned egg...

    Jeff Korentayer‏@jkorentayer "Eggs are good for you! It's acceptance of the cholesterol myth that will kill you"

    Some good points:
    ~This was merely an observational study, without any proper controls as part of the design.
    ~The research begin with a presumption, which automatically makes for a bad research design. One key example : the presumption that consumption of dietary cholesterol increases our cholesterol levels.
    ~The study relied on a very poor sample (already sick people in the hospital), and a very weak data collection method relying on recall of past behaviour.
    Last edited by steffturner; 08-15-2012 at 07:58 AM. Reason: not sure of the I allowed to post the link to the BLOG?

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