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donnasim donnasim
Baton Rouge LA
Tue, Sep 20, 2011 09:09
Eggs--are they good or bad for you????
I tend to boil lots of eggs at on time and will eat one as a snack... not sure about this interfers with my cholosterol level....

jjswbs2 jjswbs2
Pittsburgh PA
Tue, Sep 20, 2011 13:09
I sometimes get on an egg kick and have one everyday. In fact I did this during most of the months that I was losing the weight. My cholesterol levels never spiked but I was watching my entire food intake very carefully. I felt the egg was an important part of my diet to get my protein and fat numbers in proper proportion to my carbs.

freakfreeloader freakfreeloader
Edmonton AB
Thu, Sep 22, 2011 06:09
Eggs are great way to get protein. I think eggs get a bad wrap on the cholesterol levels. If your having bacon eggs hash browns and white bread everyday ok check your cholesterol level. Eggs in moderation are a important part of my diet.

jjswbs2 jjswbs2
Pittsburgh PA
Thu, Sep 22, 2011 08:09
Well said freakfreeloader! I agree that they get a bad rap! :)

1144 1144
Desert Hot Springs CA
Thu, Sep 22, 2011 10:09
I also agree about eggs getting a bad rap. I have a whole egg about twice a week and egg whites most days.

zumbarocks zumbarocks
Sun, Oct 2, 2011 15:10
Eggs Are Good
I agree that eggs are a great source of protein and positive addition to a healthy eating plan. It's usually the foods that are paired with the eggs that deserve the bad rap, not the egg. When I was losing weight, I ate an egg everyday for breakfast.

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