Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Jesus_Jones, Apr 25, 2007.
I've read conflicting reports..some studies say the cholesterol/sat fat in eggs isn't bad for you.
been eating 7 whole eggs for the past year or so.
I'm still alive and jesus isnt why !
if your family has had a history of high cholesterol, wouldn't hurt to get it check after a while, just in case. Even if its not, getting it checked is a pretty good idea anyway
I eat about 15 eggs a day... but then again they are egg whites
Not a yolk fan.
I have about 5 eggs for a latenight dinner almost everyday. So i hope it aint bad.
food cholesterol != blood cholesterol
where did I say it did?
simply said checking cholesterol, especially when there is a family history (implying genetic basis for blood cholesterol) is a good thing.
9 eggs (1 being yolk) every morning for me.
I eat 5 every mornin
If you have no family history of heart problems or cholesterol problems then go for it.
I am cutting, so I am mostly on whites, but when bulking I will eat 5 whole eggs just about everyday.
I eat 3 whole fried eggs a day.
jesus only one yolk?
how the hell do you stomach that pile of tasteless whiteness?
Frank's Red Hot is where it's at.
<-5 dozen eggs per week
Sucks when you're dieting down huh?
4 ehhwhites + 2 whole eggs scrambled. Add some of the Kraft shredded messican cheese blend, about 1/4 cup diced bell pepper, salt and pepper. Fucking delish.
I put a slice of cheese on it. I also eat with multigrain/falxseed bagel.
eggs wreck my insides....
nigga stole my recipe
Dietary cholesterol has little affect on cholesterol levels. I've been eating 8 eggs every morning for about 3 years, my cholesterol is perfect and my blood lipid check is perfect as well.
That's true for cholesterol but saturated fat can have an influence. There are high and low responders to dietary fat.
If one's intake of saturated fat is balanced with a good level of polyunsaturated fat and low trans fat intake, it should be fine though...
High carb intake along with physical inactivity have a worse impact on blood lipid levels IMO.
I eat 4 whole eggs about 5 times a week.
hard-boiled or what?
is there a difference if it's boiled or scrambled?