Remember when eggs were good for you, then they were bad, then they were good again, or at least not homicidal? Well, they’re bad again.

At least that’s what a Northwestern University team reported to the Journal of the American Medical Association. Egg eating, they found, is associated with heart disease and early death. Eggs don’t need to be avoided entirely, they said, just eaten in moderation.

The researchers admitted that a weakness of their study is that it relied on subjects’ memories of what they ate, which tend not to be particularly reliable.


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