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    Default Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Bryan Hubbard
    September 16 2019

    Eating plenty of eggs and meat could reduce your chances of developing dementia, researchers reckon. The two foods are rich in phosphatidylcholines, compounds that help maintain brain health, and people who regularly eat them are 28 per cent less likely to suffer from dementia, researchers from the University of East Finland estimate.

    They tracked the diets and health of 2,500 men, who were aged between 42 and 60 at the start of the study, for 22 years, during which time 337 of them developed dementia.



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    Default Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Ironically, eggs and meat have been soundly berated for their contribution to the "high" cholesterol myth. Perhaps, decades of avoiding these foods have associated with increases in neurodegenerative diseases.

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    I recently discovered a new WHOLE breakfast meat, lamb steaks, that I buy reasonably at Wally, and cut them up into 2 or 3 brk. sized portions. And Maggie gets to lick the cast iron pan lamb fat, and chew the bone. Mmmmmm, lamb 'n eggs.

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    Since one doesn't wash a cast iron pan, ever, but simply wipes it out if excess fat has accumulated, I think I'll make a note to politely decline an invitation to dine with you.
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    Nothing 's too good for Maggie, the pan gets washed and reseasoned. And your decline is declined, lol!

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    And... the dog got the best part of your meal!

    Just FTR, I have 3 cast iron skillets: egg-size, pork chop size, big stir-fry size. They have not been washed in years... my memory doesn't even go back that far. Excess fat is poured over dog kibbles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    And... the dog got the best part of your meal!.....
    Not at all, there is plenty fat in and around the lamb, so I get first dibs from the skillet meat with the fat, which is stored in a Pyrex dish in the fridge for future portioning and consumption, and Maggie laps up the remaining pan residue with a bone. WOOF!
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    Yes, excess fat is poured over dog kibbles.

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