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    Sure those are fair points. I didn't disagree. I...

    Sure those are fair points. I didn't disagree. I mentioned the effect that happens on the flip side: studies funded by the egg industry are more likely to find favourable results for egg consumption....
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    I do believe that. Just the fact of being...

    I do believe that. Just the fact of being observed while training will usually make people train harder, I expect.
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    Well some studies do, but it's definitely the...

    Well some studies do, but it's definitely the minority. For example the Antonio studies had all the participants tracking their intake with MFP.
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    Design itself. In most training studies people...

    Design itself. In most training studies people are just instructed to continue their habitual diet. They may get a protein shake post workout and that's about it.

    A lof of studies have people fill...
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    Unfortunately it's a sad reality in the majority...

    Unfortunately it's a sad reality in the majority of training studies. This is one of the reasons why I had little faith in the meta by Greg Nuckols and Eric Trexler.
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    I can't comment on your results, haven't seen...

    I can't comment on your results, haven't seen them, don't know anything about your training history and don't know your diet.

    I can comment on your nutrition advice.
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    I wouldn't exclude the possibility that high egg...

    I wouldn't exclude the possibility that high egg intake may help muscle gains, perhaps even through cholesterol. But some of the studies aren't well explained.

    The study about whole eggs being...
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    Whenever I see questionable advice distributed on...

    Whenever I see questionable advice distributed on this nutrition forum I try to comment and help people separate fact from fiction.
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    The egg nutrition board has been sponsoring many...

    The egg nutrition board has been sponsoring many studies that have been published. Whenever the egg board sponsors a study it's way more likely that the results will be favourable to egg consumption....
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    This may open your mind:...

    This may open your mind: https://theconversation.com/the-french-paradox-turned-out-to-be-an-illusion-but-it-led-to-some-interesting-research-78196


    Nope, it's a matter of comparing RCT's...
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    From what I've read it's another artefact from...

    From what I've read it's another artefact from lower quality epidemiology. It's a common problem; epidemiology is really hard to clean up for confounding variables.
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    It was first published in 2020 actually. But...

    It was first published in 2020 actually. But looking at the quality I'd rate it even lower than the PURE study. But you'll always be able to find evidence on either side of the fence.

    Here's an...
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    Because you asked for newer data yourself....

    Because you asked for newer data yourself. Personally I wouldn't rely that much on epidiomelogical data if there is much better controlled data available. I only linked to it because you asked for...
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    I dismiss it because of the sloppy methodology....

    I dismiss it because of the sloppy methodology. Not because they didn't find that link.


    Are we reading the same data? The MEC group also had higher LDL-c than the control group MD = 8.14, p <...
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    There were some people that ate more than 7 eggs...

    There were some people that ate more than 7 eggs per week, see table 3 and 4 for example.
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    The sloppier the epidemiology the harder it...

    The sloppier the epidemiology the harder it becomes to find any link between anything. For example they found that eating eggs doesn't increase LDL significantly. In those sort of cases it's better...
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    I posted two newer systematic reviews up thread....

    I posted two newer systematic reviews up thread. That thread you linked by Heisman2 mentions "Dietary cholesterol does impact cholesterol levels, on average 2.2 mg/dL per 100mg/day. There are...
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    I see an easy solution here :) Stop drinking whey...

    I see an easy solution here :) Stop drinking whey shakes.

    You only need 0.7 gram protein per lb, which is easy to reach without supplements. If you do need protein supplements there are many non...
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    It's usually because opinions vary on what...

    It's usually because opinions vary on what entails 'perfect bloodwork'. It's likely that their blood work would be better without the 4 eggs. Consuming several eggs per day increased LDL somewhat in...
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    The article you're linking to is recommending a...

    The article you're linking to is recommending a max of 1 egg per day.

    It's pretty clear what eggs do to lipids.
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32635569/...
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