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Q: Do eggs cause high blood pressure?

Do you have to avoid eating eggs if you have high blood pressure?

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11/18/11 8:53pm

Hi Sashank:

 

Eggs typically aren't a concern with causing high blood pressure, of course it would depend on how it is cooked (if you add a lot of salt that could cause increased blood pressure). Eggs have actually had a bad reputation supposedly causing high cholesterol. A large egg has 213mg of cholesterol. Recommended daily cholesterol is less than 300mg for a health person, less than 200mg for a person with cardiovascular disease. 

Here is an article discussing Eggs and Cholesterol.

Also I've attached an article discussing High Blood Pressure: Food to Avoid and Managing High Blood Pressure Articles.

 

Hope this helps,

Take care,

Tara

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By Sashank, Community Member— Last Modified: 09/10/14, First Published: 11/17/11