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Which Nutrients Are Not Found In A Standard Chicken Egg
Very wide variety:
Eggs are among the most nutrient-rich foods, containing all essential amino acids, all B vits., Vit A & D, trace minerals including selenium, iodine and molybdenum and Omega 3 fatty acids.
They do NOT raise cholesterol and can be eaten liberally but I strongly advise choosing organic (ideally pastured) eggs.
See http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=92 for more information. ...Read more
The chix or the egg: No. They are 2 separate sets of allergens. ...Read more
Pretty uncommon.: Good question. Hen's egg is a common food allergy. However, it is very uncommon to see it associated with chicken protein food allergy. There are ways to test for this, however, if you are very concerned. Apart from this, and also unrelated, are people who have allergies to chicken feathers. When testing, be sure to clarify chicken (food) or chicken (feathers) you have concerns with. ...Read more
Can I have raw chicken eggs for breakfast everyday, because it saves time. Are there any health effects due to eating raw eggs daily.
Allergic to eggs and dairy. What is the relation between eggs from chickens and dairy from cows anyway?
None: The allergens found in eggs are different from those found in milk. ...Read more
I do not eat eggs and I was wondering what other foods I should be eating that has the same nutrients/benefits as eggs?
Fish, Meat, chicken: Fish, meat, chicken, turkey, shrimp, deer, goat, Lamb, rabbit, Turtle, Alligator, Neutra, Duck, Bat, Snake, Frog, Oyster....... ...Read more
Pesco-vegetarian: A recent, large study showed that fish eaters who are otherwise vegan have the lowest mortality. Lots of eggs and chicken is not considered healthy. Yogurt depends on the type and if it is greek and without additives. For the best fish, see http://mdprevent. Blogspot. Com/2013/06/are-all-fish-equally-healthy. Html. ...Read more
Sounds: Like healthy choices but I hope you are also eating vegetables and fruits. ...Read more
Different allergens: If you have already consumed chicken and tolerated it, then you should be able to continue eating it. Chicken and egg allergy are different proteins and most patients with egg allergy do not have chicken allergy. However, anyone can be allergic to or develop an allergy to any food so the best way to know is based on how you've tolerated it in the past. An allergist can help in the evaluation. ...Read more
Depends: Each individual is different, but most of the single Large Gallstones are in patients over the age of 40. This suggest if it started in their 20's then 20-25 years to get to that size, Symptoms start when it obstruts the cystic duct. ...Read more
Please clarify: I'm not sure what you are asking. Are you asking about a weight loss diet? There are many types of diets, including many weight loss diets. I recommend dr. Fuhrman's nutritarian diet for both overall health and weight loss, but there other good diets too. See http://bit. Ly/1dhw9ht. ...Read more
Probably not: This is not common, but not impossible. However, if you have been eating eggs all your life without incident, particularly poorly cooked eggs such as runny scrambled eggs, I wouldn't worry about it. However, if you start to notice itching in your mouth when you eat eggs, or get cramping, vomiting or diarrhea after eating eggs, this is suggestive of allergy, and you should start to avoid all egg. ...Read more
Why does raw chicken meat and chicken eggs have a higher possibility of having salmonella than other foods?
Common infection: Salmonella is present in many animals, and any raw food of animal origin, such as meat, poultry, milk and dairy products, eggs, or seafood may carry salmonella bacteria. The bacteria can survive to cause illness if susceptible foods are not cooked to a safe minimum internal temperature as measured with a food thermometer. ...Read more
Hello. Are 2 hard boiled eggs cut in half a great source of protein just like chicken, or any other types of meat?
Eggs are such a good and complete source of amino acids/protein that they are the standard to which other foods are compared for adequacy of protein.
It is wise to choose organic eggs and ones that are pasture-raised if possible.
See http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=92 for a good discussion of the nutritional content of eggs.
They are just as good when not cut in half! ...Read more
Don't laugh but I am considering getting chickens to freerange in my back yard and lay fresh eggs. Grass untreated. Any health concerns?
Here is information for 'urban' farmers from the cdc:
http://www. Cdc. Gov/features/salmonellapoultry/? S_cid=fb1544. ...Read more
I was on high protien diet with chicken and eggs so now my uric acid level is 7.1 male how long does it take to reduce uric acid level??
How are meat worms and pin worms formed in body. .. As I am a meat lover I consume chicken and eggs on daily baises are there any chances to me???
Don't eat raw meat: The most common worms found in meat-tapeworms-are really only contracted when you consume raw or undercooked beef or pork. Theireggs can also be passed with bowel movements, so someone who is infected and does not properly wash their hands after using the bathroom can spread them.Pinworms are contracted by accidentally swallowing their eggs-usually kids passing them-and cause itching around the anus ...Read more
Age 23, weight53kg &height 5f'2inches, I eat veg and sometimes chicken, I have lost 12 kgs in 8 months, I feel lighthead, blackout, what nutrient I may lack?
I was told that 3ozof Cheese contains 1000 mg of Taurine One medium egg contains of 350mg Taurine, 3oz of chicken 185mg Taurine. Does this sound right?
Appears correct: At least according to this website: http://suppversity. Blogspot. Com/2010/08/taurine-from-foods-can-i-be-taurine. Html You may want to try to search further and get verification of these numbers from another source. Taurine is also manufactured in the body. ...Read more
Don't recommend: I would not want you to learn the hard way that you are allergic to turkey eggs as well. If you want to know see an allergist and be tested. ...Read more
Usually OK: The chance of cross-reactivity is around 10% so for most people it will be ok. ...Read more
ALLERGY: Not related. Before we introduce chicken meat at 8 months, we give eggs earlier at 6 months. Sensitive babies are allergic to eggs but not necesarily to chicken meat. ...Read more
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