Harvard Heart Letter

Unscrambling the message on eggs

Advice about eating eggs has evolved over the years. Should you go easy on this popular protein source? Over the years, eggs have taken a bit of a beating, starting in the late 1960s. Thatís when the American Heart Association advised people to cut back on cholesterol in their diets and to eat no more than three whole eggs a week. …

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