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Raw Egg Yolks Gastritis
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
To avoid bad effects of egg,i was thinking of discarding egg yolk & eating only egg whites.Good idea to eat 4-5 egg whites & 1 or no egg yolk daily?
Cholesterol 5.1 Eat oily fish chicken veg fruit brown rice eggs yogurts cottage chese wholemeal bread olive oil pulses Do I avoid eggs?Walk daily 55yr
Depends: Some patients will only react to scrambled eggs while tolerating eggs in baked goods. When the egg allergen is baked, it changes the nature of the allergen. Some children with egg allergy need to avoid all egg products. There is a blood test to help determine which kids may tolerate baked eggs but history and an in office food challenge by an allergy office is the best way to evaluate this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Honestly, is 4strawberries, 1handful blueberys, 8almonds, 1 egg cooked with veggies (peppers, tomato, mushrom, onion) plain ok for weight loss? I'm 18 m
Honestly - this: Sounds very healthy. I am just concerned about whether you are getting in enough calories for breakfast for an active, 18 year old male. ...Read more
not really: Raw rice contains the same amount of calories and nutrition as do the equivalent quantity of cooked rice. Raw rice lacks the flavor and texture and you should increase fluid intake to hydrate the rice if this is your preferred way to eat rice. I wonder why you would try it this way however? ...Read more
In chronic hepatitis b can i eat fried foods made at home? Fried fish, fried egg, fried vegetables?
Yes: You could eat fried food though is not healthy ...Read more
Not necessarily: Blood cholesterol levels are only partly determined by diet. If you have any concerns, you should get your blood lipids done in fasting state and if your total cholesterol is less than 200 and LDL less than 130 and you do not have any risk factors for heart disease, two eggs/day will be okay. ...Read more
Depends on…: Your cholesterol levels. People with normal chol can now eat an egg a day; those with elevated chol should limit eggs to 2-3 times a week or even use egg whites instead of yolk. Boiled doesn't add any extra fat (unless u add butter/margerine); if frying, use non-stick pan with minimal fat (canola oil works well). Eating oatmeal or bran cereal as well will help absorb some of the chol in egg. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eggs are good: Yes, and don't feel like you need to skip the yolk, these are nutritious, too. Eggs got a bad RAP in the 1970s and 80s regarding their cholesterol content, but we now understand more about what was oversimplification of the total cholesterol content. Not all cholesterol is 'bad'! ...Read more