The Daily Star / Hasan Shaaban
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Daily egg consumption was associated with an 18-percent lower risk of death from CVD, and a 28-percent lower risk for death from hemorrhagic stroke.Eggs are rich in dietary cholesterol, long linked to a higher CVD risk, but also contain crucial protein and vitamins.In the study group, 13 percent reported daily egg consumption, while nine percent said they never or hardly ever ate them. By the end of the study period, almost 84,000 cases of CVD and 10,000 CVD deaths were recorded, and compared among the different egg-intake groups.
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