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Our evidence-based analysis on cho features 128 unique references to scientific papers.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Articles on CHO

Is saturated fat bad for your health?
Saturated fat is not inherently harmful. Compared to carbs and unsaturated fat, it has been linked to an increase in some risk factors for heart disease, but not directly to heart disease itself. As usual, by focusing on a nutrient in isolation, we risk missing the bigger picture: what matters most is your overall diet and lifestyle.
Will eating eggs increase my cholesterol?
Eggs increasing cholesterol depends on your genetics. They don't seem to increase the risk of heart disease unless you have a poor diet.
Are eggs healthy?
Eggs can be considered healthy. They can have downsides depending how many you consume and your state of health, but in general they are safe to consume.
What beneficial compounds are primarily found in animal products?
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Does dark chocolate’s epicatechin content promote muscle growth?
Does dark chocolate help improve your eyesight?
While the flavanol content in cocoa can improve certain health markers, like blood flow, it is still too early to say what effects it might have on visual performance.
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