The Best Chicken Recipes
Excuse me? Don't you think you should differentiate eggs? Factory farmed eggs and pastured eggs are COMPLETELY different. The Harvard study used CAFO eggs.
On average eggs from hens raised on pasture contain:
• 1/3 less cholesterol
• 1/4 less saturated fat
• 2/3 more vitamin A
• 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids
• 3 times more vitamin E
• 7 times more beta carotene
They also have more B-12 and other vitamins and don't have the same dangers from disease that CAFO eggs have. Huge difference.
What about consuming only the egg whites? As well, there are some products containing only egg whites.
lol i eat oatmeal with eggs for breakfast
Too bad not everyone can afford organic food 🙁
Agreed. It is getting harder and harder to find good organic real food. Even whole foods not everything is the same top notch quality you'd expect.
I grow my own and sell a little on the side out front from a picnic table. (fair price too) But you won't find too many people like me around.
Eggs are not bad for you. These doctors won't tell you the cholesterol you eat has very little impact on your body's cholesterol level. Our bodies produce 1-2 GRAMS of cholesterol every day (5-10 times the amount in an egg). If you eat more cholesterol, your body produces less, and vice versa. There are no studies that have ever PROVEN eggs are bad for you. Eggs are, in fact, good for you. The yolks are packed with nutrients. These doctors just don't want to admit they were wrong all along.
As I tried to point out. There is a huge difference in eggs depending on how the hens are raised. The typical CAFO egg is actually bad for you, as are most CAFO meat products. What you are not being told, the dirty little secret no one, not the CAFOs, not even Vegans, wants to acknowledge, is that it is the nasty filthy inhumane unhealthy CAFO system that is making our food harmful. NOT eggs in general or meat in general, but CAFO eggs and meat in particular.
Who cares, it's chicken period.
LOLZ So the trolling scum bag who stole my avatar still lives? Any more unethical things you wish to add to your lies?
Chickens don't have periods, and you already know that. But you are the type of scum that doesn't care about truth anyway. Is there any deception you won't use?
"An egg a day is indeed helpful … if we want to die an early death" I lolled 🙂
i dont buy any of this bullshit now day! you got it all backwards –eggs lower high blood presser . whole milk drinker are lighter Then 1% drinker are! thay weight less thay do! then 1 % milk people do!
egg stop ADD !!
@Red Baron Farm Is it safe to say I'm okay eating eggs daily from my neighbor who has free roaming hens that eat off of his land? They roam into neighboring yards too, but no one ever gets mad. The best thing (since the previous place I lived my neighbors there had chickens & roosters) is that these hens are quiet.
Shame on you, that you deliberately lie to your audience. The study you cited was refuted again and again by the scientific community. How can you post this bullshit when you know that the information in it is not accurate. To be more precise, I invite your audience to read this articles too:http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/87/4/799.fullhttp://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/98/1/146.abstract
So what is your position now? You, sir, are a crappy doctor, shame on you.
daaaam. I was eating four eggs every day !!!!!
I poisoned myself eating eggs– I became pre diabetic eating eggs– I became so unhealthy I could barely walk and became disabled from them. Don't eat eggs.
Please USA, are they good or bad, please make up your mind,lol "ref dietary guidelines"
Ok. . .so I looked into this study, and this is what I find suspicious about your conclusion that eggs are bad for us. According to the study you cited in this video, which can be found here: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/87/4/964.long
"Frequent consumption of eggs was associated with older age; higher body mass index; higher vegetables and lower breakfast cereal consumption; higher proportions of current DRINKERS, SMOKERS, and multivitamin users; higher prevalence of diabetes and hypertension; and LOWER PREVALENCE OF EXERCISE, hypercholesterolemia, and parental history of premature CAD. . ."
Emphasis in caps is mine. So. . .given the fact that egg eaters were more likely to be drinkers, smokers and not exercise. . .how on EARTH can we conclude that eating eggs is bad for us?
Anecdotally, I must say that I average about 2 free range eggs/day. I eat the yolk raw and cook the egg white. I went in to my doctor to have my cholesterol checked after 2-3 years of this amount of egg consumption, and he said my cholesterol was great, if not borderline LOW.
So. . .again. . .how are you coming to this conclusion?
Bullshit!!!! Clearly dont know nothing about how the body works! Liers
Create a chicken that lays oatmeal cookies and the world will beat a path to your door.
Pero no que el huevo ahora era bueno, pues tenia grasas buenas, Omegas????? comí 4 huevos diarios durante un año debería haber muerto??
Tell that to the current oldest living women: Her 'secret' ? 3 eggs per day for the last 90 years, 2 raw, one cooked… http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/670828/Secret-long-life-world-oldest-person-Emma-Morano This is fear mongering, not science.
I've been whole foods vegan the past 5 months and this sounds like a crock of shit. You're all about digging into a study when it opposes veganism and then you present this ridiculously weak argument based on correlation and ask us to just believe you?! You did not remove the other factors that were correlated to mortality so your conclusions are ridiculous
I'd really love some advice on egg consumption for very underweight people. I have been underweight and suffer from GAD since before going mostly vegan for 10 years. Still underweight and suffer from GAD. My question is, is it safe for me to eat an egg or two every day to try to gain weight? I gain weight extremely slowly and lose it extremely quickly. I am worried that I am killing myself by being so underweight (male, active, 5ft10in, 110pounds).
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