Greater intake of foods packed with cholesterol is tied to higher risk of lung cancer in men.
Gestational diabetes is more likely to occur in pregnant women who enjoyed consuming high-cholesterol foods, such as eggs.
Avid consumption of eggs and other cholesterol-containing foods may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in elderly men and women.
A significant elevation in blood levels of low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol is associated with consistent consumption of coconut oil.
Consistent consumption of eggs and other cholesterol-rich foods may increase cardiovascular disease incidence and mortality risk.
Adequate intake of soy foods is associated with a healthy cholesterol number in men and in younger women.
High dietary ingestion of isoflavones from soy foods may produce a significant reduction in total and LDL cholesterol, especially in individuals with elevated cholesterol levels.
Generous consumption of foods rich in cholesterol may increase endometrial cancer risk.
A healthy cholesterol number is associated with frequent consumption of non-soy legumes.
Women on diets high in cholesterol-containing foods may have a high tendency of developing breast cancer.
A significant elevation in pancreatic cancer risk is associated with high consumption of cholesterol-rich foods.