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The Reason Eggs Are Controversial (And Why You Should Eat Them)

Scientists may disagree about eggs, but most evidence is in favor of eating them

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Trying to keep up with eggs’ nutritional reputation (they’re good for you, they’re bad for you, they’re good for you again) is whiplash-inducing.




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Cortney Clift

Cortney Clift

Cortney Clift is a Brooklyn-based journalist who writes about food, travel, and wellness.

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