Some people do not eat eggs due to high cholesterol and fear of cardiovascular disease, but recent scientific studies have denied the rumor and showed that it is good for heart health.
The study, conducted by researchers in China and Britain, pointed out that eggs are a good source of antioxidants and vitamins, misrepresented as "the daily intake of eggs reduces the risk of heart disease" published in the British medical journal. There is a risk of heart health because of high cholesterol in the blood.
An analysis of 41,613,000 people between the ages of 30 and 79 between 2004 and 2008 showed that researchers did not suffer from cancer, cardiovascular disease or diabetes and asked for samples of consumption.
According to the study, only 13.1% of people eat 5.3 eggs per day, and 9.1% of people surveyed rarely eat two eggs a week.
By contrast, doctors tracked down the incident and found that about 839.7 million patients with vascular disease and 9985 thousand patients with cardiovascular disease died during the same period.
They also found a significant association between egg intake and cardiovascular disease, and explained that 18% of those who use eggs daily have lower risk of death from heart disease and 28% of white people have a lower risk of hemorrhagic stroke.