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Eggs are high in dietary cholesterol but only have a small effect on blood cholesterol. Experts believe healthy individuals can safely eat six to seven eggs a week without increasing the risk of heart disease. Eggs are a... More »

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Foods that may contribute to elevated cholesterol levels include trans fats, oil, butter, fatty meats (typically red meat), some fish and poultry, eggs, saturated fats, muffins and processed baked goods. Generally, docto... More »

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The amount of cholesterol contained in a chicken egg is typically in the range of around 186 milligrams for an average sized egg. The bulk of this cholesterol is in the yolk, constituting 184 milligrams of the total chol... More »

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Eggs, leafy greens, fruits, cruciferious vegetables and starchy vegetables are some of the foods that contain lutein. Diets rich in lutein reduce the risk of developing cataracts and chronic eye disease. More »

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There are no symptoms of high cholesterol; the only way to discover that blood cholesterol levels are out of range is via a blood test. Mayo Clinic recommends that everyone have a baseline cholesterol test at age 20 and ... More »

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Apples are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol, contain about 17 percent of the daily recommended intake of fiber and 11 percent of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C. Apples contain 80 to 95 calories in average-s... More »

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