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January sees our National ‘Love your liver’ campaign, strategically positioned just weeks after the nation’s overindulgence and in time for New Year’s resolutions. The liver is an incredibly robust organ, catering for over 500 bodily functions. Primarily filtering out and metabolising toxins, but it is also important for hormone production, processing Cholesterol and balancing the body’s energy stores. Common causes of Liver disease are weight and diet related ‘Fatty Liver’,
This is a common source of confusion. The egg was initially shunned for it’s high cholesterol content, but over the past few years both the American Heart Association and British Heart Foundation have acknowledged the nutritional benefits of eggs. There are no restrictions on the number of eggs you can eat, providing it is part of a balanced diet, unless you have a rare condition known as 'Familial Hypercholesterolaemia'. Despite the relatively high level of cholesterol in eg