Whether the egg is good for heart health or not, the dispute may have been resolved and eating it daily does not harm health.
This was revealed in a Canadian medical study.
McMaster University research has once again reframed the old debate about the benefits and disadvantages of eggs.
To this end, researchers analyzed data from 3 long research reports and concluded that eating eggs does not cause any harm.
According to researchers, the reason is that most of the people involved in the study were accustomed to eating one egg daily, and that number is not harmful to health.
He said that eating an egg, one egg daily, in moderation does not increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease or stroke, even if one has a history of diabetes or blood vessel diseases.
He said no connection was found between eating eggs and raising cholesterol levels in the blood, and the results apply to both healthy and sick individuals.
The results of this study were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Past research reports have revealed conflicting views on the relationship between egg eating and diseases.
The reason for this is that most of the research reports were not small or very large and did not include people from many countries, said Salem Yusuf, director of the Macmister University's Population Health Research Institute and a research team.
In one of 3 studies, more than 150,000 people in 21 countries were evaluated for eating habits; in another study, more than 31,000 people were infected with blood arteries, a total of 6 continents. The study was conducted on citizens from 50 countries and this is why the results can be widely applied.