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    Quote Originally Posted by gravetti View Post
    Egg yolks actually contain all the healthy, fatty acids that are contained within the egg. It is a nucleus of wholesome goodness that supplied our ancestors with their sustenance since before they were upright. When you strip away the egg yolk and eat only the white, you're completely missing out on the benefits of those fatty acids like the Omega-3 fats.

    Egg yolks also contain over 80% of the overall vitamins and minerals that can be found within the egg as a whole. The facts point to the conclusion that the egg should be consumed without division.

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/what...ks-anyway.html
    That is great article to be read. Egg is full packet of good nutrition and also keep you full.

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    http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/ea...f-40e63d6f0520

    Something positive to read about the eggs.

    Best utR!

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    As far as I understand it, professional doctors & scientists too will make up just about anything on the fly... appease their ethnic sensitivities and they'll get nicer... so you really don't ever know what you're getting.

    Eggs and the cholesterol matter? I would assume it depends on how much/far you're considered pretty much over (as a Socialite).
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    Two large whole eggs (100 grams) contain about 422 mg of cholesterol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemiguel1987 View Post
    Two large whole eggs (100 grams) contain about 422 mg of cholesterol.
    The body creates cholesterol, so what you take in may not really matter.

    In the past half year, I have dropped an eighth of my body weight and my lepids are now normal. I've eliminated carbs almost completely (I'll eat the bun if I get a fast food cheeseburger and it is hard to give up the breading on fried chicken), but I usually eat one, two or three whole eggs a day. Oh yes, I do not exercise though I am moderately active daily.

    Like most other fields, experts on nutrition have been pushing some bad information. My deceased physician father used to tell me "if you want to lose weight, give up bread". For a bread lover that was painful, but it seems to work tor me.

    Jack Wyatt

    p.s. I find MacDonalds' value menu triple cheeseburger has the best fat to carb ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeWhalen View Post
    it seems to me, that when you take all the scientific studies together, they pretty much say that eating anything is bad and will kill you, so therefore, to be healthy, you should stop eating all together
    Agreed!

    Interesting read.
    Last edited by spruithean; 03-03-2018 at 02:16 PM.

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    I awoke to this interesting and relevant slideshow on the internet:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/nut...tandhp#image=1

    Jack

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    I don't know. Whatever gives me protein.

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