More evidence eating high-cholesterol not increasing heart disease risk

A new study provides more evidence that eating high-cholesterol food does not increase the risk for heart disease.

The Finnish study, in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, followed 1,032 initially healthy men ages 42 to 60. About a third were carriers of ApoE4, a gene variant known to increase the risk for heart disease (and Alzheimer’s). The researchers assessed their diets with questionnaires and followed them for an average of 21 years, during which 230 men developed coronary artery disease.

Read full article at: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/02/17/foods-high-in-cholesterol-dont-raise-heart-risks/

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