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Is Eating Hard Boiled Eggs Healthy
I am currently on the dukan diet and I am eating two hard boiled eggs every day.Is it bad for my health?
Too much: Although no one, including me, can tell you with absolute certainty that two eggs a day will cause harm, it is generally considered a risk factor for heart disease and diabetes. If you want a healthy complete protein (all 9 amino acids) eat quinoa instead. It's gluten free. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Food: Hi anything not fried is healthier than the fried one. but you always can indulge on some fried egg white once in awhile. ...Read more
I'm allergic to chicken fish turkey and egg (as in scrambled or hard boiled egg). So can I still eat dark meats and be healthy?
Yes: None of these foods is essential since there are many other alternatives. However since fish and fowls are so immunologically different, just make sure that the diagnosed is based solely on a skin test or blood test. For some reasons, many so -called holistic doctors often order igg instead of ige to foods to diagnose allergy. When in fact, igg may well be the antibody which counters allergy. ...Read more
Are there any disadvantages of a strict egg diet? I am doing cardio and strength training and eating only hard boiled eggs for protein. Is this fine?
I had a hard boiled egg after 14 years and i felt like vomiting/puking after eating it.Is it normal will it go away with time?
Hard Boiled egg: Why haven' t you had a hard boiled egg in 14 years?If you were allergic it may take a few days before you tolerate egg completely. ...Read more
Eggs: Yes, boiled eggs provide fats and protein. It has more unsaturated than saturated fats and is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, boiled egg yolk is often recommended infants" diet. Its Albumin (white part) is not recommended until age 1. ...Read more
No joking here: There is no such medical list or answer to your question. If you include the calories from the oil or other product the egg was 'fried' in they you could maybe have a conversation. But, an egg is an egg is an egg is an egg. The calories are the same. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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