Eggs

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  1. I eat one whole egg and 5 egg whites every freaking day, I will not hear a bad word spoken about my poultry friends!
    Seriously though, if you have a problem with cholestrol and eat 3 eggs a day then yes, it might cause issues. For a healthy person though, I seriously doubt you're going to have any ill effects from eating an egg a day or something.


  2. 4 omega-3 eggs for me a day the whole eggs

    it is a new addition to my diet and i am loving it, also found some organic sprouted grain no flour bread! 17g of carb with 5g fiber per slice....

    4 eggs
    2 slices bread
    1 cup 1% milk
    some no fat high protein cheese

    best breakfast ever

    49g protein
    24g fat
    48g carbs
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  3. when i feel like getting real big! i smash 7 whole eggs a cup of oats a large glass of milk 2 tbsp of peanutbutter a pomegranite and a banana every mornin for breakfast....been doin the 7 whole eggs for years, nothins wrong with my numbers.

    sometimes when im lazy tho i throw a cup of egg whites and 2 whole eggs in a blender with some whey and gulp it down...but not that i read that article about raw egg whites inibiting protein digestion, i dont know what im going to do with my life.

  4. I think eggs are an awesome breakfast good. Eggs and oats go a long way towards a solid diet

  5. Definitely agreed!!! Eggs are such a low-cost protein and should be implemented in every diet. Stick to the whites if you're worried about cholesterol.
    That's only a guide, considering i have no idea what your hereditary reaction is to cholesterol. If you havent had a problem yet, i would say keep them in your diet my man!!!
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  6. Sadly come people lack the common sense to simply stay away from something if they're uncomfortable with possible complications or if they have doubts.

  7. Great info here. I just eat as many eggs as I can. Cooked,hardboiled,whatever. TP's whole egg protein powder is awesome.

  8. I have been eating whole eggs for quite some time, and my cholesterol levels are normal. I usually get 3-4 whole eggs at least 5 days a week.

  9. Go Team Egg!

  10. Rally the egg crackers! Mount up your egg beaters and let the clucking begin!!

  11. we call them 'Bum Nuts' around these parts

  12. Does anyone know the nutritional value of say...an ostrich egg over a chicken egg...ect. Just egg for thought?

  13. Ahhhh .... bigger? :P

  14. Quote Originally Posted by natas9 View Post
    In short:

    ...In conclusion, with the use of stable isotope techniques, we were able to determine the amounts of egg protein escaping digestion and absorption in the small intestine after ingestion of a physiologic load. Native egg protein is malabsorbed to an important extent. The assimilation of egg protein is facilitated by heat-pretreatment, but remains incomplete. The excellent correlation found between digestibility values and 13C-breath test data validated the 13C-egg protein breath test as an acurate alternative for the evaluation of protein digestibilty.....the true ileal digestibility of cooked and raw egg protein amounted to 90.0+/-0.8 and 51.3+/-9.8%, respectively....the true ileal digestibility of egg protein is significantly enhanced by heat-pretreatment...

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    wow dude re read ur own post it talks about digestibility
    anytime u cook anything protines break down and are less BIO avalible
    BIO yeas when i add heat BIO means life and heat kills life( in the case of eggs)
    but it comes down to if u really wana grow eate eggs WHOLE eggs look at the tabe in the begening of the thread, the yoke holds most of the nutriants
    by not eating the yokes ur cuting yer self short. and who likes coming up short?

  15. Quote Originally Posted by alwaysgaining View Post
    anytime u cook anything protines break down and are less BIO avalible
    The bio availability of the egg protein is increased when it is cooked from like, 50%-90%.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Aggravated View Post
    The bio availability of the egg protein is increased when it is cooked from like, 50%-90%.
    if ur refuring to the studie postd above it is not talkin about bio availability


    i c wat ur sayin like soft boild eggs

  17. Quote Originally Posted by alwaysgaining View Post
    wow dude re read ur own post it talks about digestibility
    anytime u cook anything protines break down and are less BIO avalible
    BIO yeas when i add heat BIO means life and heat kills life( in the case of eggs)
    but it comes down to if u really wana grow eate eggs WHOLE eggs look at the tabe in the begening of the thread, the yoke holds most of the nutriants
    by not eating the yokes ur cuting yer self short. and who likes coming up short?


    Um...You can correct me on how I phrased it. That's fine. But maybe you don't get it; If it isn't being digested and absorbed well it isn't very bioavailable to you now is it?

    You wanna eat raw eggs? Knock yerself out.

    Btw, I'm well aware of the nutritional value of egg yolks.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by ILiftBig View Post
    Eggs are high in cholesterol in fact one large egg has about 213 milligrams (mg) of cholesterol all of which is found in the yolk. We also suspect that a diet high in cholesterol can contribute to elevated blood cholesterol levels. However, the extent to which dietary cholesterol raises blood cholesterol levels isn't clear. Many scientists believe that saturated fats and trans fats have a greater impact than does dietary cholesterol in raising blood cholesterol.

    Most of the dietary cholesterol in Western communities is derived from eggs, but science has found no evidence which relates the number of eggs consumed to heart disease. A recent study from Rockefeller University gave participants either three servings (300 grams) of shrimps or two large eggs a day, each providing 580mg of cholesterol. Researchers found that both groups had an increase in both the good HDL cholesterol and the less desirable LDL cholesterol, which they interpreted to mean that neither diet significantly altered cardiovascular risk.

    If you like eggs but don't want the and still don't want the extra cholesterol, use egg whites. Egg whites contain no cholesterol. However, doing the Rocky thing might not be such a good idea since the egg shell may contain salmonella. It's probably best to use either cooked egg whites, dried egg whites or pasteurized liquid egg whites.
    misinformed doctors believe that saturated fats contribute to cholesterol.

  19. u can eat 6 eggs aday raw and only increase ur chance of getting salmonella in yer whole life by 50%
    just look up the risk of salmonella and eggs ther r countless studies

  20. I'd prefer to cook them either way!

  21. Interagency Board for Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology's Life Sciences Research Office

    ......are u freakin serious?

  22. whats the acronym for that? ibnmrslbsevbrososadfniuhrfgion siufinoine
    Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general. -Rippetoe

  23. EGGCELLENT!

  24. Chickens are protein machines
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