I hardboil my eggs and take out the egg yolks.. i dont want to throw them away, what should I do with them?
I know the egg yolk has 4.5 grams of fat and 17 calories, and 8 milligrams of sodium.. So should I try to make them into something -- or is it best to just throw it away? I mean, the egg yolk does have 2.7 grams of protein.
Is it healthy for my dog?
No, sorry it's not
never gonna make it
Yes, I agree with this statement.. it is a healthy fat -- but still, I'm trying to lower my body fat to 12%.. I know I still need fat tho
>Throwing out the yolks
Throw away your cookies and chips instead faggot. If you throw away the yolks and you're not a 100 lbs woman or a proffesional bodybuilder something has gone terribly wrong
>Implying I haven't already thrown away my chips and cookies
My diet consists of skinless chicken, oatmeal, egg whites, vegetables, and the occasional sausage and spaghetti with turkey.
I'm training to be a world class athlete
>implying a future world class athlete would have to ask /fit/ for nutrition advice
I have numerous coaches that could give me this advice. I'm not here to be a faggot and hurr durr im world class athlete shit or like that, just getting ideas what to do with my fucking egg yolks. I'm not asking if I should eat the fucking egg yolks, im asking what the fuck i do with them
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Yea but the cookie doesn't have protein you ignorant monkey.
Also this fucker has no credible source aside from taking a random cookie and random egg nutritional facts. Some fatty will go get a jumbo chocolate chip cookie thinking it's better for you than eggs.
Of course it's good for your dog, I work with veterinarians and they ALL approve of boiled eggs. One of the old timers (80-something years old) recommends that you give your dog a half a boiled egg (depends on size) every other day for skin and coat health, and he's always raving about how eggs are one of the most perfect sources of nutrition available.
Hard to avoid this kind of ignorant shit. Some people just love to add input no matter how little they know on the subject. Stop repeating retarded shit.
>not eating the unborn young of a weaker animal
lol a Vegan MD.. into the trash it goes..
also anyone who would associate with Mehemt oz should be soundly ignored.
>he thinks something different from me, that means he's biased and I can ignore any information he presents
>I'm totally unbiased because I only listen to people who say things I like
Greger's promotion of veganism has been criticized for including exaggerated claims of health benefits not backed by sound medical evidence.
That refers to this criticism
which has also been criticized for critizing things he didn't say, and things that are unrelated to him and his presentation
This seems like as good a place as any to ask if it's true that eating more than 2-6 eggs (depending on who you ask) is bad for you because of the cholesterol content.
If this is true to any extent, would eating the whites only help with this?
>from an observational study done on 12 people over 17 days
You forgot the best part, protein negatively correlated with testosterone. Better not eat any protein.
DId you even read that page?
>it is not advisable to achieve 0 percent of energy from saturated fatty acids..
>we're not really sure if SAFAs are beneficial
Also, maybe check around.
>You forgot the best part, protein negatively correlated with testosterone. Better not eat any protein.
You should also stop with the pretense. A single amount of nutrition having negative correlation with T is probably overcome by multiple sources of other nutrition having positive correlations. Limiting factors, ya know? Signalling.
Furthermore, there's no reason to imply that it's causation, because that could be a mechanism that happens specifically because of, e.g., an over-prevalence of DHT, or maybe even an under-prevalence (as it isn't converted into estrogen and blocks the aromatase enzyme that converts testosterone into estrogen).
>Yes, I agree with this statement.. it is a healthy fat -- but still, I'm trying to lower my body fat to 12%.. I know I still need fat tho
Dietary fat doesn't just become fat. Calorie intake, calorie output.
>Looking at the strict nutrition facts of a hard boiled egg, it has 6 grams of fat -- 1.6 grams of which saturated fat, 78 calories, and 62 milligrams of sodium (not to mention the doses of salt we all put on it). But a regular chocolate chip cookie has just 4.5 grams of fat, 2 -- 2.3 grams of which are saturated fat, 40 calories. and 42 milligrams of sodium.
>Wait, what? According to the plain nutritional facts, it seems as if a cookie is actually healthier than a hard boiled egg? Not so fast. While the cookie does put up better nutrition stats..
WTF is this even implying? How ludicrous it is to say that something is healthier because it has "less fat" (minimally), albeit more saturated fat (still pretty irrelevant -- moderation), and fewer calories. A cookie is fucking not great for you because it has a bunch of refined sugar that doesn't have to metabolize to reduce filter requirements, that also signals pulling stores of nutrients that aren't replaced because it's a cookie, and doesn't signal feeling full which can lead to unsatisfaction and low quality eating habits.. not to mention addiction and a hangover if some of those nutrients actually deplete, a sugar crash, etc.
>Half of a cookies fat is saturated, meaning half of the fat content is going straight to storage
>>it is not advisable to achieve 0 percent of energy from saturated fatty acids..
Don't take that sentence out of context.
>It is neither possible nor advisable in typical whole food diets
>This is because all fat and oil sources are mixtures of fatty acids, and consuming 0% of energy would require extraordinary changes in patterns of dietary intake
Meaning it's basically impossible to get 0% of your calories coming from saturated fats because all whole foods have fats and all fats containing some proportion of saturated fats, so your diet would have to be 100% refined sugar and protein powder to get 0% of calories from sat. fats. They're saying there's no known health benefits to eating saturated fat, while there is known health problems, which is why it's recommended you keep your intake as low as possible.
>there's no reason to imply that it's causation
That's my point.
>Don't take that sentence out of context.
Why? Both that statement and the further sentences are implying the same thing, and the page is definitely not within much company with the idea that saturated fats are negatively impactful.
Why not alter a sentence and take it out of context to make it sound like it says something else? Because that's dishonest.
>and the page is definitely not within much company with the idea that saturated fats are negatively impactful.
>links to fucking bodybuilding.com
There's a worldwide scientific consensus that saturated fats are bad for you. This has been common knowledge for decades now. Every group of scientists in the world who specialize in this sort of thing agree with that page, which is from a textbook of the National Academy of Sciences.
Oh wow, a "reputable" site says the same.
>..For instance, the analysis found that a type of saturated fat linked with milk and dairy products reduced heart disease risk.
Obviously, if fat doesn't make you fat (and if nothing else does), you're obviously going to have minimal heart disease risk, which is the only negative impact you even seem to be claiming the potenial of.
I don't consider webmd a reputable site, but this article also isn't saying saturated fat isn't unhealthy. It's just reporting on a recent study that had an unusual finding, and saying how experts reacted to it, which as it explains on page 2, was negative. Dozens of scientists picked this study apart, the authors were forced to correct several errors, and some even called for it to be retracted altogether.
>Obviously, if fat doesn't make you fat (and if nothing else does), you're obviously going to have minimal heart disease risk
What are you basing that on? The main reason it increases heart disease risk is because it increases cholesterol levels and damages arteries. Whether you're skinny or fat, it's bad for you, though being fat adds to the problem.
Overall increased cholesterol isn't necessarily unhealthy. There can be high cholesterol but great individual cholesterol levels.
>but this article also isn't saying saturated fat isn't unhealthy
It literally says, as quoted, that some saturated fats reduce heart disease risk.
>Overall increased cholesterol isn't necessarily unhealthy. There can be high cholesterol but great individual cholesterol levels.
I'll clarify, saturated fats raise LDL cholesterol disproportionately, and lowering LDL has been the most effective way to lower heart disease risk
>It literally says, as quoted, that some saturated fats reduce heart disease risk.
You're misrepresenting things again. It says the analysis it's reporting on said this. The same analysis that was nearly retracted from the journal it was published in because it had so many errors.
I'll give you the last word, I have to shower and eat
>It says the analysis it's reporting on said this. The same analysis that was nearly retracted from the journal it was published in because it had so many errors.
Learn to read retard.
>Association of Dietary, Circulating, and Supplement Fatty Acids With Coronary Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
>Major types of dietary fat and risk of coronary heart disease: a pooled analysis of 11 cohort studies.
He can publish ina reputable journal if he actually has anything to say. Real researchers do not deliver their research in video form to a completely uneducated audience. That's for conspiracy theorists, Snake oil salesman, and retards.
>A has less fat than B, therefore A is healthier than B
>A has less calories than B, therefore A is healthier than B
Momscience at its best. You could literally make this same argument for a tablespoon of sugar vs an egg.
Nice bait opie. Implying that dietary fat & cholesterol need to be limited in any way shape or form. Top kek you meme-indulging fucks.
That's really interesting OP, because I have numerous coaches that could give me this advice. I'm not here to be a faggot and hurr durr im world class athlete shit or like that, just getting ideas what to do with my fucking egg yolks. I'm not asking if I should eat the fucking egg yolks, im asking what the fuck i do with them