The Shocking Truth About Cholesterol and Eggs! Dr. Mandell

There is a lot of hype going on regarding eggs, particularly about the cholesterol that's in the yolk. To this date there is no consistent data that shows any relationship between dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol.

HERE'S WHY YOUR BODY MUST HAVE CHOLESTEROL…

Cholesterol plays a role in forming and maintaining cell membranes and structures.
Cholesterol can insert between fat molecules making up the cell, making the membrane more fluid. Cells also need cholesterol to help them adjust to changes in temperature.
Cholesterol is essential for making a number of critical hormones, including the stress hormone cortisol. Cholesterol is also used to make the sex hormones testosterone, progesterone, and estrogen.
The liver also uses cholesterol to make bile, a fluid that plays a vital role in the processing and digestion of fats.
Cholesterol is used by nerve cells for insulation.
Your body also needs cholesterol to make vitamin D.
In the presence of sunlight, cholesterol is converted into vitamin D.
I hope you enjoy this video. Dr. Mandell

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  • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

    Thanks for awesome information about eggs cotrols hormones, increases hdl, eyesight improvement, control appetite . Fatty liver restrict egg intake. Wow Doc awesome information *what we eat what we are* and quoting personal example. Eat healthy live healthy, be happy ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ™

  • @duanehamdorf2228 says:

    Frying 3 eggs from my backyard chickens while watching this .๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  • @kevinw9073 says:

    Well done. I eact eggs every other day. I only buy farm razed from three local sources. With eggs, I enjoy life!

  • @JohnSmith-wy7ji says:

    I get about 10 eggs a day from my chickens! Nothin better than grass fed, protein fed and free-range free chickens!

  • @elizabethbaker473 says:

    I eat boiled eggs while watching movies or reading. I boil 8 at a time. Sundays, I love my 2 pouched eggs & grilled tomatoes on a thick bed of lettuce( went cold turkey on bread, pasta ,rice 6 maths ago) I could eat 3 eggs every day. I โค them. ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐ŸŒfan.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Thank you Dr Mandell, we must not forget not to over boil or over fry our eggs in oder to get all the nutrients โค

  • @michellejones5428 says:

    I know now that we have been lied to and foods that are healthy have been labeled as dangerous to our health. Foods like meat, eggs, butter are good, of course in moderation. Processed foods are the worst. I have never seen so many overweight people as I do now and I am 71.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    No matter how you feel today or what is going on in your life get up look up and give God the glory for waking you up have a blessed day everyone โค

  • @kathleencairns7659 says:

    I never knew until recently that carbs are connected to cholesterol. Normally people only talk about dairy and meat as the culprit. Thank you for all you do for all of us.

    • @MochaZilla says:

      That’s because there is an attack against the meat and dairy. If we take meat and dairy out of the diet , most people’s health will decline rapidly. That’s the point.

  • @josiedimarino8525 says:

    Thank you for clarifying the link between cholesterol and eggs๐Ÿ™I have 2 eggs daily..I walk everyday and eat healthy overall

  • @ChiliBuRevolution says:

    after training meal is 6 eggs with 1/4 pound of ground,
    tomatoes, cheese, veggies along with one slice of sour dough toast and a big bowl of greek yogurt with walnuts, orange slices, flax, chia and half cup of blueberries,
    makes for a healthy break fast,

    “your first wealth is your health, invest wisely”
    Gains4LIFE
    ๐Ÿ™
    Non ducor, duco

    Exercise is king. Nutrition is queen. Put them together and you’ve got a kingdom.
    ~Jack LaLanne

    • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

      Wow what a great guidance. We all are aligned to Docs thought process ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ™

    • @johnnycanread9978 says:

      Jack Lalane was way ahead of his time. I think he lived healthy to 98. Inhale….exhale. RIP JACK.

    • @ChiliBuRevolution says:

      the man led by example and was an inspiration,
      bless up and may the gift of the day smile kinly upon you and yours.
      ๐Ÿ™
      Non ducor, duco@@johnnycanread9978

    • @royjohnson465 says:

      Store bread frozen in the freezer (to not only increase storage life but also) lowers the glycaemic index (GI) by increasing the resistant starch of bread which I do and then very lightly thaw it out in the toaster. I buy an Ezekiel type organic sprouted grain bread. Itโ€™s called Silver Hills Bakery but there are other brands. Resistant starches are much โ€œmore healthyโ€ for the human body to digest which โ€œpreventโ€ carbohydrate starches in our bodies from quickly turning into glucose and then storing it as โ€œbody fatโ€ and โ€œlessโ€ Fatty Liver including an anti-diabetic function in the pancreas.

    • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

      @@royjohnson465 Thanks angel informative ๐Ÿ™

  • @deborahdemarco7732 says:

    Grateful for this valuable information on eggs. They are a great source of protein, not to mention all of the other good things that eggs do for our body. I eat eggs two to three times a week. My cholesterol is 166. I always say to eat in moderation. I eat healthy organic foods, lost 14 pounds and feel healthier. Thank you Dr. Mandel. God Bless you. โค๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @savi6915 says:

    Eggs rule..3 a day, best source of protein save for mother’s milk. Despite a genetic disposition to high cholesterol, my HDLs are off the charts! ๐Ÿ˜Š Make sure to cook your eggs, not on high heat, but just to firm the white a bit so as to get all that choline into you! My pup loves them a couple times a week also. I hope you agree with this, Dr Mandel. Love your videos…๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ™๐ŸŒฟ

  • @gutmicrobiomequeen says:

    I just had this conversation with a patient this week. She still thought eggs were bad because of cholesterol! ๐Ÿ˜ฒ Hopefully I got through to her. I told her your liver makes about 85% of your blood cholesterol. In other words, 85% of your blood cholesterol does NOT come directly from dietary cholesterol. So, if you’re REALLY concerned with cholesterol, you need to ask why your liver is producing extra for you… and insulin is almost always the culprit!

    • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

      Wow plz keep sharing real examples and keep motivating us

    • @jeffq3479 says:

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    • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

      @@jeffq3479 Sir I feel you wished to say something but some humans are poor at deep knowledge of alphabets ๐Ÿ™

    • @govinda102000 says:

      When I told my doctor I eat one egg a day, she told me I should have 3 or 4. I guess she knows I eat sugar and empty carbs.

    • @royjohnson465 says:

      An insulin spike in the pancreas is caused by carbohydrates and sugar and not by dietary cholesterol.
      ~~Cool refrigerate cooked rice, pasta, and potatoes for at least 12 hours overnight, reheat, then eat the next day. Store bread frozen in the freezer (to not only increase storage life but also) lowers the glycaemic index (GI) by increasing the resistant starch of bread which I do and then very lightly thaw it out in the toaster. I buy an Ezekiel type organic sprouted grain bread. Itโ€™s called Silver Hills Bakery but there are other brands. Resistant starches are much โ€œmore healthyโ€ for the human body to digest which โ€œpreventโ€ carbohydrate starches in our bodies from quickly turning into glucose and then storing it as โ€œbody fatโ€ and โ€œlessโ€ Fatty Liver including an anti-diabetic function in the pancreas.

  • @zalkona5051 says:

    I agree with you completely. A family member eats healthy, non drinker, non smoker, exercises regularly. Still has an elevated cholesterol. Doctors say that itโ€™s likely genetic.

  • @nancyblinkhorn3539 says:

    Did he mean to say organic and โ€œpasture raised โ€œ eggs, not pasteurized? Unless I heard him wrong. Pasture raised is the way to go!

  • @onyeomachinyeremaka6809 says:

    *You’re not in Hospital, Not in a mortuary, Not in Jail & Not in a grave. Let’s take a minute to thank GOD.*

  • @karenstrong8887 says:

    I didnโ€™t have eggs for more than 40 years because of Cholesterol and losing both parents very young to heart. It didnโ€™t do a thing to help me and Genetics will win. I didnโ€™t have any bad fats, I had almost no fats except for Avocado. I didnโ€™t have sugar, I had only skim milk which I now know has more sugar than normal milk. My heart is in CCF, I have had my Aortic valve replaced and 2 more are leaking. I am a Diabetic. My Doctor tried me on a new medication and forgot to tell me it can cause Gall stones. Surgery is coming. No one can get my heart rate to stay up or my blood pressure.
    I stayed fit and healthy for all of those years for this. I ate organic steamed vegetables, fish, chicken and some beef. That didnโ€™t stop anything happening. Now if I want eggs I eat eggs. I still donโ€™t fry them and the only good thing I got out of all of the work I put in was to stay alive long enough for my children to have a chance at a long life. Genetics suck. Thank you.

  • @lindat1317 says:

    2 hard boiled eggs every morning with 3/4 c of cottage cheese with fresh blueberries on top. Cup of black coffee. Keeps me full until early dinner, usually salmon or chicken and a huge veggie salad. Apple slices for tv night snack. Water all day. Labs are great, close to 60 lbs lost effortlessly, skin and hair beautiful. At 61 I look back at pictures and honestly look better than I did in my 30โ€™s. Just pay attention to how you feel, listen to Drโ€™s who make sense (and donโ€™t push pharmaceuticals) and use common sense. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @ramachandran8666 says:

    You Dr. Mendl is one of my most “TRUSTED” health advisors next to my own daughter who is a board-certified physician. I have been following many of your nutritional recommendations to keep from getting belly fat and maintain optimal body weight, sugar levels even at age 74.

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