The protein content in eggs is very important for our health. But the content of 186 mg of cholesterol in it makes the experts recommend limiting the consumption of eggs. Cholesterol recommended maximum intake is 300 mg a day.

However, in 2000 the American Heart Association to revise these recommendations. Association of cardiologists from the United States says it is safe to eat one egg a day. The new study also adds weight to the recommendations.

Scientists found that a high intake of cholesterol from eggs does not have an impact on heart health.

According to them, eating the equivalent of one egg per day does not increase the risk of heart attack. Therefore, foods high in cholesterol should not be linked with heart disease and blood vessels.

The present invention is also applicable even to those who are genetically more susceptible to heart disease because of cholesterol from foods that affect their metabolism.

For most people, cholesterol from food had little effect on serum cholesterol, a substance called cholesterol in the blood vessels. Moreover, few studies proving Cholesterol intake of food increases the risk of heart disease.

That is why all over the world many nutritionists no longer limits the amount of cholesterol food should diasup.

However there are certain human apolipoprotein E-type3 carrier-APOE4 alleles that affect protein metabolism. For carriers of APOE4, Cholesterol from food major impact on serum cholesterol in the blood. Say researchers from the University of Eastern Finland.

APOE4 phenotype found in Finland and owned by the Finnish descent. Nearly a third of the population of Finland bring the phenotype.

Until now, data link between a diet high in cholesterol and heart disease risk in carriers of phenotype is still not there. Scientists began looking Cholesterol effect of food on APOE4 carrier. They examined the eating habits of 1,032 men aged 42 to 60.

There was no man in the study who had a diagnosis of cardiovascular disease that occurs in studies that lasted from 1984 to 1989. But 21 years later found 230 men suffered a heart attack and 32.5 percent of the study participants was carrying APOE4.

In the control group of the study, participants on average intake of 520 mg of cholesterol each day. They also consume an average of one egg a day. Therefore the study found a high cholesterol diet has nothing to do with the risk of coronary heart disease events. The invention is applicable to the entire population, including carriers of APOE4.

Consumption of eggs, cholesterol-rich foods also has nothing to do with heart disease. The study found no eggs also thicken the arterial walls of blood vessels.

The researchers assert because the study focused on those who eat eggs and not other cholesterol-rich foods, the present invention can not be generalized to other foods.

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