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Will going to work on an egg give you heart disease?

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During the 1960s, the highly successful ‘go to work on an egg’ campaign by the Egg Marketing Board recommended that the best way to start the day was to have an egg for breakfast.
An average egg contains 210mg of cholesterol but in 1968, this...

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