>Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.
The guidelines also support fat shaming. It is every persons duty to inform others about healthy life choices.
>the fact that your research is bought and paid for.
Don't misunderstand, the idea that eating cholesterol gives you high cholesterol is as stupid as eating fat makes you fat, but I sure as fuck don't trust research that's obviously paid for by interested parties, and publicly funded research doesn't really exist anymore, so I've got no other real options.
But if you're using government guidelines to support your dietary choices, you're categorically an imbecile. You're a walking turnip.
Because the US government will say anything their corporate masters tell them to say, and back it up with the research their corporate masters give them. That's their job, that's what they get paid to do. Why would you expect otherwise? Do you think the government is doing these things for your benefit?
Can you read?
>consistent with the conclusions of the AHA/ACC report (2,35)
So believe whatever you want, just don't read government research and guidelines and use it as any kind of benchmark for you being right and someone else being wrong. If the other person is spouting obvious bullshit, that's one thing, call it bullshit, but don't think for a second that reading government reports puts you in any kind of position of strength.
For example, if someone tells you that you might want to watch it, that eating an 8oz steak and a 5 egg and cheese omelette in the morning might not be healthy, and you look at the nutrition and the numbers of anything are sky high, that person might have a point, whether that's sugar, carbs, protein, fat, or cholesterol. There's nothing that has correlated with a long and healthy life as well or as long as eating a balanced diet, mostly plants, and getting some exercise three or more days a week.
>being this retarded
>the American Heart Association receives substantial cash payments for certifying food products, including cholesterol-containing food products as “heart healthy,” creating a financial incentive for discounting the relationship between dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol
Wow I guess Americans have completely different bodies than the rest of the world considering asians consume more eggs than Americans and maintain lower cholesterol.
Thank god the physicians that maintain ties to PETA and promote a vegan diet are here as a voice of reason