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Are Egg Yolks Good or Bad?

Egg Yolk

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  • Egg yolks provide valuable vitamins (A, D, E and K), omega-3 fats and antioxidants, much of which is not found in egg whites
  • The cholesterol in egg yolks is not associated with high blood cholesterol levels or heart disease
  • The yolk is arguably the healthiest part of the egg and should be consumed lightly cooked or raw (provided it’s free-range and organic)

By Dr. Mercola

Egg white omelets and other yolk-free recipes have become synonymous with "healthy" to many. But if you toss out your egg yolks, you're also tossing out some of the most nutritious parts of the egg.

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