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Abstract Title:

The Global Association between Egg Intake and the Incidence and Mortality of Ischemic Heart Disease-An Ecological Study.

Abstract Source:

Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2023 Feb 25 ;20(5). Epub 2023 Feb 25. PMID: 36901143

Abstract Author(s):

Norie Sugihara, Yoshiro Shirai, Tomoko Imai, Ayako Sezaki, Chisato Abe, Fumiya Kawase, Keiko Miyamoto, Ayaka Inden, Takumi Kato, Masayo Sanada, Hiroshi Shimokata

Article Affiliation:

Norie Sugihara

Abstract:

The relationship between egg consumption and ischemic heart disease (IHD) remains controversial as there is still no clear answer regarding the relationship, with research limited to a few geographical regions. In the current study, we conducted a longitudinal analysis of the association between egg intake and IHD incidence (IHDi) and mortality (IHDd) using 28 years of international data from 1990 to 2018. Egg intake (g/day/capita) by country was obtained from the Global Dietary Database. Age-standard IHDi and IHDd rates per 100,000 subjects in each country were obtained from the 2019 Global Burden of Disease database. The analysis included a total of 142 countries with populations of at least one million, for which all data were available from 1990 to 2018. Eggs are consumed worldwide, and regional differences in consumption are also shown. Utilizing IHDi and IHDd as objective variables and egg intake as an explanatory variable, the analysis was conducted using linear mixed models, which controlled for inter- and intra-country variation from year to year. The results showed a significant negative association between egg intake, and IHDi (-0.253±0.117,<0.05) and IHDd (-0.359±0.137,<0.05). The analysis was carried out using R 4.0.5. The results suggest that adequate egg intake might suppress IHDi and IHDd on a global scale.

Study Type : Human Study

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