Hi Everyone! I'm wondering if eating eggs can cause acne? I eat organic free range eggs from a local farm. I don't know how to fix my acne and this is basically the only food I have not tried eliminating. I just can't believe that these... (more)
hi ive heard from a few people that if you eat eggs everyday have a change of developing an intolarence but on the perfecthealthdiet they recommend to eat 2-3 eggs everyday. is it true that it will develop an intolarence? (more)
Hey all - Recently had a fairly comprehensive food allergy test done and had a few questions and was hoping to get a discussion going on the subject. So, Dairy and Egg were off the charts for me. Dairy I've suspected for some time and have... (more)
Hey, guys! In a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, Dave Asprey talked about eating raw eggs, and that the only concern you could have about it would be cleaning the eggshell (to minimize the risks of Salmonella infection). My main... (more)
I just cracked open a few eggs and last one I cracked, the whole albumin looked transparent red. Why is this? Is it edible? Will I get ill if I do? Or should I try to scoop out the red albumin from the good eggs? I just found a picture similar to... (more)
I just finished Reading the Perfect Health Diet book. I REALLY enjoyed it! I think think their slant on Paleo makes a lot of sense. In the book, the authors suggest consuming 3 yolks / day. I may have missed it, but are they opposed to eating... (more)
I gave up eggs on a trial basis to see if it would help my endometriosis. What it did do was reverse the severe constipation I've had for years. How can I know if this constipation is a simple constituency of stool problem, and therefore can... (more)
You have to put some EFFORT into pooping, repeat the Mantra "I WILL LIVE OR DIE BY MY POOP!" There can be no distractions, you must commit yourself to 5 years of hard, long training as a Poop Ninja, don't bother me with your excuses, until you... (more)
Considering the egg whites are mostly water and a little bit of protein, and I only needed to use the white (for instance, a recipe) does it matter if it comes from a conventional egg? They are much cheaper, and they make slushies nice and foamy. (more)
I hard-boiled some duck eggs and put them in the fridge, like I've done many times in the past. I didn't eat any eggs from this batch until today (two days later). I unpeeled it to find an egg white with several large bright neon yellow spots all... (more)
Hi all! I don't think this question has been asked/answered before and the internet has thrown up a lot of conflicting advice. Basically, I'm in the last stages of leaning out. I listened to a Robb Wolf podcast about oestrogen and once of the... (more)
I was allergic to eggs big time. Found out it was what the chickens were eating. Soy. Almost all chickens are fed a vegetarian diet of soy. Even the free-range chickens are given supplemental feed. Soy free egg = no egg allergy.
Ever since I've been cooking my eggs with the yolks intact I've felt like crap. I let this new routine slide because I couldn't find any negative side effects online (other than salmonella). Should I go back to scrambled and see if it helps? (more)
Hey everyone. My question is whether, given the omega-6 content of eggs, it would be advisable to prescribe an upper limit. I have been doing a steady dozen per day without any apparent health problems, Should I increase...decrease? Why. The bulk... (more)
The EFAs in eggs are far more bioavailable than from oils due to the fact that they are in phospholipid rather than triglyceride form. Standard eggs have large amounts of arachidonic acid, flax-fed eggs have a lot of DHA. I would recommend that if... (more)
These might be all I know, have fun! Zabaione aka sabayon, zabajone, zabaglione Puddings. I use a beaten egg to thicken pudding, just keep an eye on the mixture whisking the whole time so the egg doesn't scramble. Can you eat rice? Ginger... (more)
Since most of the nutrients are in the yolk, they'd have to go through the white as well as the shell. I doubt that it's occurring since the white solidifies almost immediately. On the contrary, I think the cholesterol and fat soluble vitamins are... (more)
I usually eat meat only once a day, which makes my other 2 meals to include eggs (whole, boiled). I've just finished reading "The Paelo Diet for Athletes" (which is very good BTW) and they say there that you should limit your eggs intake to 6 a... (more)
I don't think that there is a particular number of eggs that you "should" eat. If you tolerate them, enjoy them, and notice no ill effects, eat as many as you want. If you are concerned about possible negative health effects (too much omega 6,... (more)
Hi all. Just wondering under what conditions raw egg yolk cholesterol would become oxidized. If I take a dozen and put them in a bowl while I cook up the whites(10 minutes) and, for sake fo argument, all the yolks break, would the cholesterol... (more)
According to Sally Fallon, you will not oxidize egg yolks by scrambling them.To oxidize them, you could powder them, which is how they show up in many processed foods.
Considering how often I eat eggs - and therefore how often this happens - I would be so grateful if someone has a hack for this: You're cracking eggs open into a bowl or glass (or worse in this scenario, into a hot pan of ready bacon grease). A... (more)
I've always used the eggshell. For some reason, the fragment is attracted to the rest of the shell. My grandma taught me this and it had always proved more effective than my finger or silverware.