Eggs have been unfairly criticised because the yolks are loaded with cholesterol. However, various studies reveal that cholesterol from eggs doesn't elevate the blood cholesterol in most of the people.
Added sugar can be dangerous for your health and getting it in liquid form can make it even worse. This is because the brain doesn’t count these calories and thus allow you to eat more calories overall. And that leads to the consumption of added sugar in excess.
Cholesterol is never bad for the body. It is the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) that makes the difference. The key determinant for any heart problem is the type of lipoproteins that carry the cholesterol.
People who have type 2 diabetes are impervious to insulin, so any carbs they consume will cause a massive jump in blood sugar levels. That is why a low-carb diet is considered a perfect food for people with diabetes.
There are some vegetable oils such as corn, sunflower and soybean oil - contain omega-6 fatty acids in excess. And cooking oils that are loaded with omega-6 may lead to several health problems like oxidative stress in some people, which causes heart disease.