The Harvard Physicians Health Study suggests that those eating an egg a day live shorter lives.
The cholesterol-raising compounds of coffee are removed by a plain paper filter.
Food poisoning aside, what about that egg? High in cholesterol, but I'm not talkin’ an omelette here. Just a single egg a day. How many say harmful—to you, not the chicken??? Harmless??? Helpful??? The answer is that an egg a day is indeed helpful, if you want to die an early death. 20,000 Harvard physicians studied for 20 years and those that ate just one egg a day had a significantly higher all-cause mortality, meaning the more eggs you eat the shorter you live. Whereas eating oatmeal every morning, based on a new study of 40,000 women, may extend your life,
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