Egg yolks have long had a bum rap, supposedly being terrible for your cholestero…

Egg yolks have long had a bum rap, supposedly being terrible for your cholesterol. However, Wiedenbach says that eggs won’t affect your cholesterol balance unless they’re fried in butter and served with bacon. In fact, one study by the University of Connecticut found that the fat in the yolks helped to reduce LDL, or the bad cholesterol. “The yolk contains most of the vitamins and minerals in the egg, plus half the protein,” he says. “Since an egg white-only breakfast is nearly fat free, it will cause a significant insulin spike and promote hunger cravings as well as energy swings later in the day.”
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