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  • another awesome research article for EGGS!!!

    http://www.nutritionandmetabolism.com/content/5/1/6

    "eggs make a significant contribution to the anti-inflammatory effects of CRD (carb restricted diet), due to presence of cholesterol.....and antioxidant lutein..."

    oh yea

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    cool, i just put away a ten eggs omelette.
    "I know what my body needs and what it can handle. There's no better way to achieve my goal than what im doing now. If my regimen leads to my death, be it in six days or six months...I will die fullfiled. The outcome is irrelavent so long as i steer towards my fate. If death is to be my prize, i welcome it with open arms."

    "A pound of meat a day keeps the doctor away"

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    • #3
      I love being an omnivore! Go eggs!

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      • #4
        What the hell is a "cholesterol/fat free" egg. Is that egg whites? It was a placebo so I would assume it had a yolk or else it can't really be called a placebo. The atrocities committed in the name of "health. wtf indeed. Eggs also have a lot of great nutrition like vitamin e, selenium, and a bunch of b-vitamins, and so this can't be used to say that either lutein or dietary cholesterol produced the positive changes. For them to be able to infer such they would have to have eggs that had no lutein or cholesterol but everything else good about the eggs.

        Either way they're good, and I love N&M but we can't know what is good about them and to the degree it is good.
        Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

        Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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        • #5
          I love egg yolks. The whites are the price I have to put up with to get runny egg yolk. I polished off ten eggs yesterday and ten today without meaning to.
          A steak a day keeps the doctor away

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Stabby View Post
            What the hell is a "cholesterol/fat free" egg. Is that egg whites? It was a placebo so I would assume it had a yolk or else it can't really be called a placebo. The atrocities committed in the name of "health. wtf indeed. Eggs also have a lot of great nutrition like vitamin e, selenium, and a bunch of b-vitamins, and so this can't be used to say that either lutein or dietary cholesterol produced the positive changes. For them to be able to infer such they would have to have eggs that had no lutein or cholesterol but everything else good about the eggs.

            Either way they're good, and I love N&M but we can't know what is good about them and to the degree it is good.
            true. isnt cholesterol considered to be an anti-oxidant though? Ive read that when there are high levels of undesirable substances, cholesterol levels rise in order to combat these substances. and we know that the more cholesterol you eat, the less the liver produces.

            either way just gives me more reasons to recklessly eat eggs

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            • #7
              Man I wish I could put down 10 eggs at a time. I try, but I fill up way too quick.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Bushrat View Post
                I love egg yolks. The whites are the price I have to put up with to get runny egg yolk.
                +1. If I could somehow just cook my yolks over easy, and completely avoid the whites I'd do it! Unfortunately I think they need that little bit of buffer in the pan so they don't break! Mmmmm...runny egg yolk
                You are what you eat,
                and what you eat eats too - Michael Pollan

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                • #9
                  eggs are also great because once boiled, they become so portable. I love eggs. They are also cheap. no matter how broke I am I can always get a carton of eggs!

                  you runny-yolk people freak me out! I like my eggs boiled or fried over hard, or scrambled.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AntonG View Post
                    true. isnt cholesterol considered to be an anti-oxidant though? Ive read that when there are high levels of undesirable substances, cholesterol levels rise in order to combat these substances. and we know that the more cholesterol you eat, the less the liver produces.

                    either way just gives me more reasons to recklessly eat eggs
                    It is, but we produce most of our from fat, hence the reason why dietary cholesterol doesn't raise circulating cholesterol.
                    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

                    Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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                    • #11
                      fried over hard
                      Hahaha, I call that a mistake I like omlettes and scrambled eggs too, but over medium is so dang easy for me, and as I mentioned I do love a runny yolk!
                      You are what you eat,
                      and what you eat eats too - Michael Pollan

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Stabby View Post
                        It is, but we produce most of our from fat, hence the reason why dietary cholesterol doesn't raise circulating cholesterol.
                        My cholesterol shot up when I started PB. I started eating 4-5 eggs per day. However, some people say it was the saturated fat that is more likely the cause. I will find out on my next blood test. I reduced my egg consumption to 2 per day just to find out.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by hannahc View Post
                          Hahaha, I call that a mistake I like omlettes and scrambled eggs too, but over medium is so dang easy for me, and as I mentioned I do love a runny yolk!
                          at home I fry them to the point where they are a little brown and crispy mwa ha ha ha

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