According to MedicalNewsToday, Eggs are a common food item found in many households and are a rich source of essential nutrients, like proteins, iron, choline, lutein, vitamin D, vitamin B12, and zeaxanthin, which are powerful organic compounds that the human body utilized for growth and development of body cells, tissues, and organs. However, there has been some concern about their impact on high blood pressure. This article will examine the effects of egg yolk on people with high blood pressure.
Egg yolks contain cholesterol, which is often associated with high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases. It is essential to note that dietary cholesterol does not affect everyone in the same way. Some people's bodies can process cholesterol more efficiently, while others cannot. Therefore, the effects of egg yolk on high blood pressure may vary from person to person.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that consuming eggs regularly does not increase the risk of high blood pressure in healthy individuals. The study examined 21,327 healthy men and women and found that those who consumed more than one egg per day did not have a higher risk of hypertension compared to those who did not eat eggs.
However, the results may differ for people who already have high blood pressure. In a small study conducted in 2016, researchers found that consuming one egg per day did not significantly increase blood pressure levels in people with high blood pressure. Nevertheless, the study's sample size was small, and further research is required to validate the results.
Egg yolks are also a good source of vitamin D, which has been shown to help regulate blood pressure levels. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that vitamin D supplementation improved blood pressure levels in people with hypertension.
In conclusion, the effects of egg yolk on people with high blood pressure are still inconclusive. While some studies suggest that consuming eggs does not increase blood pressure levels, further research is required to validate these findings. Nevertheless, it is essential to consume eggs in moderation and as part of a balanced diet. Additionally, people with high blood pressure should consult with their healthcare provider before making any significant dietary changes.
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