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Old 11-11-2011, 12:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are eggs, actually bad for you.

Eggs, are very nutritious. As far as the cholesterol is concerned, eggs contain lecithin which in fact, inhibits the absorption of cholesterol.
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Old 11-11-2011, 01:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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eggs are very high in cholesterol which is bad. In order to avoid this i eat egg beaters which either are low in cholesterol or contain none. Not as good but i am eating more for nutrition than taste.
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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eggs are very healthy and incredibly full of protien. Contray in order to wellness reviews previously which they possess transformed their minds on anyhow. Now the wellness research is stating that ova are healthy after all. clean ova are actually much better compared to commercially made ova only since the chicken tend to get a loit associated with sunlight that provides lots of additional nutritional vitamins.
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Eggs are good for you, the whole eggs are bad because of cholesterol is nothing but a wifes tale. With the increase in technology, scientists were able to do more research on this, if you want, google is full of information.
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My daily diet is pushing 4700 calories...the amount of cholesterol in the yolks of eggs is of minimal concern to me in the grand scheme of everything I consume.
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Typically, eating too many "whole" eggs per day can be very bad for your heart due to the amount of cholesterol, calories and saturated fats you'd be consuming.

On the other hand however, a whole egg (particularly the yellow part in the middle) still has a lot of protein and some healthy fats.

Therefore, it's okay to eat "no more" than one whole egg a day to absorb some of the other nutrients from the "yellow" part of the egg, while consuming more egg-whites alone (from no more than 5 whole eggs) because that part of the egg doesn't have as many calories, they don't have any fat or unhealthy fat, and they're the best source of protein your body can ask for.

So do yourself a favor, go grab a whole egg today, sit back, relax, try not to choke, and thank God for the egg He's given you the Grace to eat.
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Doctors advise not to eat more than 6 eggs a week. The whiting of the egg is fine its more of the yolk that is high in cholesterol.
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My daily diet is pushing 4700 calories...the amount of cholesterol in the yolks of eggs is of minimal concern to me in the grand scheme of everything I consume.
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Doctors advise not to eat more than 6 eggs a week. The whiting of the egg is fine its more of the yolk that is high in cholesterol.
I remember being told by a Nutritionist that having one whole egg a day along with extra whites was a good thing, especially for athletes who need that extra energy.

One whole egg a day for 7 days straight will not harm you "unless" you're over-consuming more fat, calories and cholesterol than your body needs and that's something I should've put in my last post.
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I dislike egg for the articles which designed the slin discomfort and yeast assault. There are confirmation that too much of egg causes pimples and pimples. The egg is a quick to make alternates at most family and a recepie in most baked and prepared things. Eggs are also used in toppings and shading of the prepared meals.
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