precurser4t saidAfter reading this article 2 months ago and followed up on the study that concluded 10 eggs a day cause no harm, I have been eating 3-6 eggs a day with increased health results. What's your experience?
1. What does "increased health results mean." If you feel better after eating 6 eggs every day, it doesn't mean that you're feeling that way as a result of increased egg consumption. Many other factors can be involved including...well, just about anything. The only way to find out if the eggs are the source of your perceived increased health is to submit to a controlled study where variables are minimized or taken out altogether.
2. There's some debate in the scientific community about the extent of harm that comes from polymers containing saturated hydrocarbon chains. However, it's a fact that high levels of triglycerides in the bloostream are conclusively related to atherosclerosis.
Egg yolk is high in palmitate, which negatively affects regulation of insulin and leptin in the body. Beta cells do not welcomely befriend palmitate when they encounter it.
But egg yolk is not the only source of saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon chains. Chances are you're getting enough of those from other dietetic sources. So even if you stopped eating them, my guess is they won't make that much of a difference. You're welcome to eat as much food high in sat. fats as you can and see how it affects your health. I will go ahead and continue to do the opposite.