Are eggs healthy? What does, USDA, FDA, Surgeon General, General Practitioners and certified nutritionist have to say in the matter?
I saw a commercial when I was...eleven, it was about the "incredible, edible egg!" and it convinced me that eggs were a part of american breakfast.
fuck breakfast food. english muffins, eggs of all types, that weird ground sausage, all the butter cakes fried on a skillet with holes or not
Depends on the rest of your diet. If you eat 40g+ fiber a day, get 200%+ the RDA of your micros (without supplementation), get your EFAs and in the right ratios etc 3 boiled eggs a day will be healthy. If you eat like shit all the time a McMuffin will only make things worse
Depends on the day, I often cook all my lean cut meats with olive oil and eat fiber loaded foods like spinach, I also drink soy milk and eat eggs and asparagus.
On a daily basis i will typically have, Two eggs cooked in extra virgin olive oil, With a side of garden pees that have 6 grams of fiber per survive for a total of three servings. Then for Dinner, I'll have Slamon with two servings of extra virgin olive oil with some asparagus and spinach.
They're perfectly fine. Dietary cholesterol doesn't contribute to actual cholesterol issues significantly so there's no reason to cut them out of your diet. Cheap protein and versatile.
My thought process behind the soy is for extra minerals and vitamins that works well in conjunction with milk.
It also only has one gram of sugar as well and i try to limit my sugar intake to about 20g or less.
Very easy since i mostly drink 23.7 oz water bottles mostly throughout the day and never drink sugary drinks like soda or fruit juice.
I wish i could reintroduce my fiber carbs back but i'm going low carb until i go to my ideal weight then i'll balance it out so that i'm eating a good amount of everything.
When I have eggs, I always remember that my grandmother always said I shoulnt eat too many, because of colesterol…
But seems like this was bullshit anyways?!
I eating 1 egg for breakfast everyday a healthy way to get some more protein in my diet?
The current scientific consensus appears to be that dietary cholesterol doesn't have any long-term effect on blood cholesterol.
From the perspective of mainstream nutrition, the only issue with eggs is that they are high in saturated fats, although that is true for all non-fish animal fats. So eggs aren't any better of worse than dairy or non-lean meats.
Even when cholesterol in eggs was still believed to be a health concern, the general advice was that consuming 1 egg a day is acceptable for a healthy person (but not for someone already suffering from a metabolic or heart disorder).