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October 2004 Issue

EN Decides New Egg Study’s Findings Are All Scrambled

Q. First, eggs were bad for you, then we were told they were okay after all. Now I hear they’ve been linked to death! Can I eat eggs or not? A. While mixed messages still circulate, the majority of research strongly supports that eggs do not increase heart disease risk in most people

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