Eggs and Cholesterol Clarified

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Posted on 8th September 2016 by admin in LivingFuelTV

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Dear Living Fuel Family,

Here in the United States, typical breakfast food options include grain-based, sugar-infused doughnuts, muffins, pancakes, waffles, biscuits and cereals.  Conventional medicine and media outlets have done a great job of slandering the EGG, linking eggs to high cholesterol and the killer heart disease.  We’ve been unwittingly programmed to associate eggs with risk of dying from heart disease.  Is this actually true? 

Findings from new studies are emerging that tell us egg consumption is actually an indicator of good health!  Today on LivingFuelTV, I’ll look at an important Danish study (the country, not the breakfast pastry) on egg consumption and health markers.  The study’s findings, coupled with a different look at cholesterol, may just have you looking at the much maligned egg in a whole different light.  Click on the graphic below to watch. 

Here’s to your SuperHealth,

KC Craichy
Founder & CEO
Living Fuel, Inc.


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