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Raw Egg Yolks Gastritis
Stress, not eating for a few days cause gastritis? (Symptoms before no eatin)Doctor says I have it. No tests tho. If so can I eat scrambled eggs still?
NEITHER STRESS NOR NO EATING for a few days CAUSES Gastitis!! Stress is a factor but a combination of decreased resistance to ACID plus in many cases a BACTERIAL infection (H PYLORI) are the major causes of gastritis!
BTW "STRESS" CERTAINLY does NOT HELP!
Consult with your Primary Care Provider!
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How could I be anemic if I eat red meat, greek yogurt (plain), eggs, spinach etc.....Could my gastritis/ulcers/heavy periods be to blame?
Anemia...: Anemia (low hemoglobin) is caused by the body losing blood (heavy periods, blood in stool), red blood cell instability (hemoglobinopathies), destruction (hemolysis), the bodies inability to produce new red blood cells (for example iron deficiency), or a combination of these. I would guess you are losing a small amount of blood regularly, rather than diet. Blood tests can help figure out cause. ...Read more
Have what seems 2 be chronic gastritis (also have autoimmune)what foods to avoid? Want2 b healthy.2 day stomach hurt after fetacheese/spinich egg wrap
Food allergy: Foods are definitely involved as causes for some forms of GI problems, eosinophilic esophagitis (eoe) is an example. An elimination diet suggested to help identify the trigger (s) omits the six most common causes: dairy, wheat, egg, soy, peanut and fish / shellfish. If elimination resolves the symptoms and re-introduction causes a return of the symptoms each time, you will have your answer. ...Read more
Can one consume raw egg immediately after workout? If yes then how many at a time? Are egg yolk bad for health?
You can do it, but why?
Raw eggs can carry infections. There is no benefit to eating an egg (raw or cooked) after a workout. If you're using it to supplement protein intake, just eat a good healthy diet. Egg yolks have lots of cholesterol, but eating cholesterol doesn't increase you serum cholesterol - that's due to intake of saturated or animal fat plus a healthy dose of genetic predisposition. ...Read more
Egg for lunch.: It would probably be OK if you ate this for lunch once weekly at the most, but would not be OK if this was your lunch every day. Too many yolks. Too much fat and cholesterol. Egg whites would be fine. ...Read more
Egg yolk contents:
Yolk contains about 60 calories, three times the caloric content of the egg white.
The yolk of one large egg (50 g total, 17 g yolk) contains approximately: 2.7 g protein, 210 mg cholesterol, 0.61 g carbohydrates, and 4.51 g total fat. 60 calories from yolk or 60 calories from broccoli or 60 calories from cappucino result in same fat. Most nutritional information is rubbish. Stick to calories! ...Read more
Yes: All of the cholesterol found in eggs is in the yolk and it's a fair amount. If you ate scrambled eggwhites instead of scrambled eggs it would have zero cholesterol. ...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 more
Not likely to: Increase cholesterol. One egg a day is not likely to increase your cholesterol, provided rest of your diet is healthy, i.e., rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts; low in saturated fats; no tobacco, no more than one drink a day and exercise at least 30 minutes a day. An egg is a wholesome food. ...Read more
Yes: Egg yolks are an easy and practical way to provide iron and other much-needed nutrients that may become depleted during this time of weaning from breast and formula. It imparts a fatty acid known as dha, which is vital to the growth and development of the brain. Although an egg yolk typically contains about 200 mg of cholesterol and 6 mg of fat, there is no harm on infant cholesterol levels. ...Read more
Sure: All of the biotin found in an egg is stored in the yolk, so cooking and eating only the yolk would be an efficient way to increase biotin intake. Other good sources of biotin are sardines, pecans, whole grains, bananas and cauliflower. If you are eating a diet with lots of variety, you are probably getting plenty of biotin. ...Read more
Possible yeast: If you are having a white discharge at time of your menstrual period, you may be having a yeast (monilia, candida) vaginal infection. Do get evaluated, since treatment may be simple. Treatment may be more difficult if you have diabetes or have recently been taking antibiotics. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Nutrition experts and research says that the egg yolk is not bad for cholesterol. So why some say eggs are bad for cholesterol?
Ignorance: Egg yolks are rich in cholesterol but eating eggs has minimal effects on cholesterol levels. The bottom line is not how eggs affect chol. But their effect on risk of heart disease. Eating eggs in moderation does not appear to increase heart disease risk. I can only presume that those who say they're bad don't know the research: http://www. Livescience. Com/39353-eggs-dont-deserve-bad-reputation. Html. ...Read more
When I urinated I had a yolk like discharge. It was the color of egg yolk as well. Should I be worried? It was very sticky and stretchy.
I know eggs yolk are not always good, so if I eat 5-10 white eggs daily is it good or too much? Increase or decrease? I need them for muscles.
Eating 3 eggs per week. Is that acceptable for someone with slightly high LDL levels? I see a lot of different opinions on eggs yolk for high patients
3 eggs / week = OK:
Although egg yolks are high in cholesterol, an eating eggs may raise the LDL (or bad) cholesterol, it may also increase your HDL (good) cholesterol levels. In addition, there is some evidence that eating eggs may result in larger LDL / HDL particle sizes which can actually be a beneficial effect.
As a young woman at 23 years old, there should be no problem having a few eggs per week. ...Read more
Increased TMAO: Dietary science shows many correlations, but we lack the means to demonstrate causation, which means we really don't know. The traditional bugaboo about egg yolk is that it is high in cholesterol. New findings in the nejm show that the lecithin in egg yolk increases blood levels of tmao, which has been linked to heart attack and stroke. Rule of thumb: everything in moderation. ...Read more
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?
Does eating an egg including egg yolk per day increases my cholesterol level and cause a higher chance of mi? As different researches points different
No: The yolk of an egg contains all the nutrients required to make a chicken, even though it contains cholesterol. There are many opinions and dr esselstyn (preventing and reversing cardiovascular disease with a plant based die) forbids eating "anything with a mother". My opinion is that an egg is an excellent food. The old idea that cholesterol causes heart disease is out of date. Sugar is in! ...Read more
How many eggs including yolk can I eat in a week forbodybuilding without increasing chorestrol levels and without damaging kidneys. My weight is 70 kg?
First check your cho:
If you are concerned about cholesterol, get a blood test done to check your level.
Eggs do raise the cholesterol if you eat them too liberally unless you eat Egg whites only (yellow part has all the cholesterol). Eating more than 2 eggs daily could raise your cholesterol. So I would advise you to stay in the range of 10-15 eggs per week if you exercise vigorously ...Read more
Not only OK, but generally very beneficial.
See http://www. Naturalnews. Com/021858_aloe_vera_gel. Html
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I always smell like a concentrated rotten eggy smell. It's not fart smell. I emit this smell every few minutes from my anus. I have gastritis. Normal?
Not normal: Having a concentrated rotten eggy smell emitting from your anus every few minutes is not normal. See a GI dr. For an evaluation of this condition. Good luck. ...Read more
Not advisable: It is not advisable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bake it instead: Grilled or baked fish is way less fattening than fried fish. The frying itself more than triples the calories, and they are the worst kind of calories, oxidized fat. It will not be a good food to eat if you are concerned about body composition. ...Read more
Is Egg Yolk Damaging for Kidney? How many eggs (white portion) should I eat per day with ckd stage 3?
EggYolk is OK to eat: Egg yolk is not damaging to kidneys and is healthy to eat. New nutritional guidelines state the the egg yolk is not unhealthy will cause no harm. You can have two eggs including the yolk daily ...Read more