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Doctor insights on: Is It Healthy To Eat Two Eggs A Day

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Would it be considered healthy to eat two to four fried eggs just about every day of the year?

Would it be considered healthy to eat two to four fried eggs just about every day of the year?

Not healthy!: During cooking yolk is exposed to high temperatures which converts all the cholesterol to cholesterol oxide,high risk for atherosclerosis & blocking of arteries. Boiled or poached would be preferable. Eggs are a good source of high quality protein,lutein, choline & other micro nutrients. Egg got a bad wrap by the ignorant Press! ...Read more

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Is it healthy for a child of 7 to eat an omelette of two eggs every day?

Is it healthy for a child of 7 to eat an omelette of two eggs every day?

Not a problem: It appears the idea promoted years ago that eggs should be limited was based on faulty research. Newer data refutes the earlier data. Similar claims about the fat in butter and regular milk have also been refuted. ...Read more

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A trainer gave me a diet plan for bodybuilding, but in the morning i eat two whole eggs and six egg whites(and oats). Is it safe for my health?

A trainer gave me a diet plan for bodybuilding, but in the morning i eat two whole eggs and six egg whites(and oats). Is it safe for my health?

Should be OK: Unless you have cholesterol or other metabolic disorders, your trainer is protein-loading you (in a low cholesterol way). Should not be a problem, but whey or other protein powder in morning drink (/smoothie/shake) might be easier. ...Read more

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Is this a healthy breakfast whole grain whole wheat cereal with vitamin d or almond milk with two eggs and a banana other days i eat a pbnj w/ banana?

Is this a healthy breakfast whole grain whole wheat cereal with vitamin d or almond milk with two eggs and a banana other days i eat a pbnj w/ banana?

HiCarb ↑esObesity DM: You're describing a breakfast which is high in carbohydrates; the grains are no longer hole, they have been ground into flour which dramatically increases their glycemic index ; bananas are a high glycemic index fruit. The eggs are fine yet everything you describe is low fiber content, a highly relevant issue given your stated history. All foods are marketed as healthy because this increases sales. ...Read more

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Is it healthy to eat one boiled egg each day, at breakfast?

Is it healthy to eat one boiled egg each day, at breakfast?

Yes: This is a very controversial question. I believe it is not a problem, an egg is an excellent source of protein and calcium, the yolk-large cholesterol content. However this cholesterol doesn't translate in the body to the 'bad' cholesterol. Very important is check your entire lipid panel on a doc checkup. If there is a cholesterol problem, then the diet has to be individualized. What else is new! ...Read more

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Whats the most number of eggs a person can eat a day before health problems start occuring?

Whats the most number of eggs a person can eat a day before health problems start occuring?

Once?: https://recordsetter.com/search?q=egg%20eating a huge number. (why does that have to be a secure website ?!?). and the answer you want is 30. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22157538 ...Read more

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I have heard that eating an egg every day is bad for my health. Is it true? How often do i must eat an egg?

I have heard that eating an egg every day is bad for my health. Is it true? How often do i must eat an egg?

Eggs are fine: I don't know why someone would suggest that eating eggs every day is bad for you. Eggs used to be associated with high cholesterol but that has proven untrue. There is nothing wrong with eating eggs every day. ...Read more

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Can I eat 1 whole egg/day daily with out side effects for lifelong?I am 26 y m healthy

Can I eat 1 whole egg/day daily with out side effects for lifelong?I am 26 y m healthy

Unclear: At least one study showed an increased risk of diabetes from eating one whole egg a day. Single studies are often unreliable so the answer is unclear. ...Read more