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This means that plaque area increases directly with age — this is not surprising and by far the most obvious relationship in all of these variables. Please note that the plaque itself is not the root cause of problems.
Plaque forms over damage to the arterial walls in much the same way that a scab forms over a cut on the skin. The original source of that damage is what we need to understand.
Chief suspects should be smoking, sugar, stress, chemicals and apparently we now need to add egg yolks to this list! The above table has columns A to E categorised into these invented egg-yolk years. The plaque area rises from columns A to E.
However the age of the participants at first visit also rises from A to E. The average age in column A is under 56; the average age in column E is Surely the single biggest determinant of plaque area? Please note that the A lesson before dying critique between plaque area and diabetes does not follow a uniform relationship — Columns C and D buck the trend.
Please note that the association between plaque area and smoking pack years does not follow a uniform relationship — Column D bucks the trend. The data — Plaque builds up with age I look at the above table and conclude that the strongest relationship is between age and plaque — as one would expect.
The authors could have picked broccoli and measured broccoli years and the top quintile group of 70 year olds would have had 14 years more broccoli consumption than the 56 year olds! People eating an average 4. Triglycerides and LDL are also highest at the midpoint of egg yolk consumption — an average of 2.
BMI, by the way, peaks at the midpoint of egg consumption and is lowest at the highest level of egg consumption. Low carbers know why. In all of this please note that even the highest egg consumers are not eating even one egg a day. The very top egg consumers are consuming an average two thirds of an egg a day.
What plausible mechanism is there? Any study not only has to show an association, it has to show that this association is plausible. I can observe that more people who wear blue socks have a larger plaque area than people who wear red socks.
However this is a meaningless observation unless I can offer a rationale for why this might be.
For this study to suggest an association between egg yolks and carotid plaque which is analogous for heart disease in effect in the article there needs to be a plausible mechanism. Interestingly the study has ruled out cholesterol as a mechanism.
So what is the mechanism by which egg yolks are supposed to build carotid plaque? The article is conspicuously silent on any possible pathway, let alone any plausible pathway. Plus — if the Canadians do come back and suggest that the protein element of egg yolks is an issue then we can talk about egg whites.
The fat passes from our mouth very quickly into the pharynx the part of the throat that goes from behind the nose to the start of the oesophagus and then into the oesophagus the muscular tube through which food travels from the mouth to the stomach.
Fat is not digested until it passes from the stomach into the small intestine where almost all nutrients are absorbed and, from there, it passes into the large intestine the main function of which is to transport waste out of the body and to absorb water from the waste before it leaves.
As any young biology student will know, arteries pump blood around the body from the heart.“Egg yolks linked to heart disease” screamed the headlines on Monday 6th August The newspaper article came from a journal article called “Egg yolk consumption and carotid plaque“.
I really have got better things to do than to continually dissect articles from so called scientists, but, when the item under attack is the super food called egg, someone has to leap to its defence. I’m quite fond of Assimil courses, and I use them for French, Spanish, Russian and Dutch.
But in one area, they’re very often lacking: instructions. In many of the courses, the instructions amount to: “during the passive wave, just listen to the audio and read the text, and you’ll slowly start to understand; during the active wave, go back and translate from the base language to the.
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