Poking around my kindle light library I came upon Lisa Lees book, which I had fortunately purchased awhile ago. I went straight to the section on eggs. Why because I had just read 2 terrifying reports. One by Michael Greger MD (video) who publishes extremely high quality scientific digest type video articles and the other by dr Joel Fuhrman who just published his "The End of Diabetes" book and who enthusiastically reported research purporting to show that eating eggs was 2/3 comparable to smoking cigarettes over the long term.
I was surprised to see Lees enthusiastic support of EGGS "Contrary to popular belief chicken eggs don't present any risks to people with high cholesterol levels, instead they may have cholesterol lowering effects" and expanded my reading of this topic. Her statements found some support by others and what appeared to be good summaries. But it was also noted that some of us may be negatively impacted by consuming eggs ((cholesterol and heart disease)and if we were pre or diabetic we should or shouldn't depending on what year it was. this all began to sound complicated to me reminding me a bit of watching drug company ads that identified a long list and deadly side effects for some and me thinking I'd really need to have that medication badly to risk those side effects - for me. Do I really need eggs in my life that badly?
And the broader question being do I wish to stay off as many meds as possible as I age and use diet and exercise as my mantra.
I found this book easy to read. A good starting point to review what I was already doing or update and expand or ask others so that I could shape or confirm a program of healthy choices. I found myself unexpectedly reading more than I expected to and checking facts and making a list.
Think I'll check out the oils section next and KWAS
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 1470174189
- 条形码: 9781470174187
- 商品尺寸: 15.2 x 0.6 x 22.9 cm
- 商品重量: 141 g
- ASIN: 1470174189
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