‘Banned’ Food STOPS Heart Disease and Stroke

Dear Turapür Today Reader,

For decades, mainstream experts have been shaking their fingers at us and warning of the ‘risks’ that comes with eating eggs.

They’ve told you that eggs will clog your arteries, send your blood pressure through the roof… and that even the sight of an egg yolk with make your cholesterol skyrocket.

But they’re dead wrong… AGAIN!

Because according to a new research study, eating this seemingly ‘banned’ food actually REDUCES your risk of heart disease and stroke!

According to a new study published in the journal Heart, people who eat an egg a day have a 12 percent lower risk of heart disease AND an 18 percent lower risk of cardiovascular disease-related death!

But that’s not all…

The study also found that daily egg consumption reduced the risk of stroke by 26 percent and the risk of death due to stroke by a staggering 28 percent!

You see, eggs pack a wallop of great nutrition. One large egg contains 6 grams of protein and 14 important nutrients—including folate, iron, zinc, choline, and vitamins A, B12, D, and E – all of which help promote a healthy heart.

So, despite the bad press, it turns out that eating the occasional egg ISN’T bad for you.

According to the study, all you need is ONE egg per day to lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. That’s it!

My go-to egg recipe is easy, simple, and keeps your fridge stocked every day of the week.

When it comes to eating eggs, I love to make hard-boiled eggs.

I boil a carton of eggs every Sunday night so that I have my eggs prepared and ready to go for the week.

Toss in a side of fruit – or even heart-healthy oatmeal – and you have a quick, convenient, and healthy breakfast every day of the week!

Hard-boiled eggs can sometimes be tricky… especially when it comes to peeling the shells. Check out these helpful tips and tricks to getting those sometimes pesky shells off your hard-boiled eggs.

Do you have feedback you want to share? Drop me a line: feedback@turapur.com.

Regards,

Jack Taylor
Department of Research, Turapür Products

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