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 How much cholesterol is in eggs?

Answer The cholesterol content of one large egg, approximately 215 mgs., equals 71 percent of the daily recommended consumption of cholesterol. Almost all of the cholesterol is contained in the yolk. To r... Read More »
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Fish, Eggs & Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is essential to the regular functioning of the body. High cholesterol levels cause cholesterol to deposit on the artery walls where it can build up to create plaque, which may block blo... Read More »
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When on a low cholesterol diet, how much cholesterol can one consume?

Although it's not easy to determine how much cholesterol you can have on a low cholesterol diet--you need to work this out with your doctor and nutritionist--the American Heart Association says you... Read More »
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What is the nutrition&cholesterol in eggs?

Eggs are an excellent source of nutrition. Although there has been concern in the past over eggs' high cholesterol content, current thinking suggests that cholesterol is no reason to eliminate eggs... Read More »
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An average women ovulates for about 35 years if she gets pregnant once during her lifetime approximately how many eggs will she release in that time 34 eggs 440 eggs 500 eggs 680 eggs?

Well this is a common case that when children reach adolescence they tend to be attracted to there same gender (this doesn't mean that they'll be homosexual or bisexual). It is a normal phase most ... Read More »
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