I have been doing Paleo for a week now and every morning I've had either 2 Scrambled Eggs or 2 Boiled Eggs for Breakfast with some berries.
I was just wondering, is it OK having 2 eggs for breakfast every day? They are A Class eggs if that makes any difference lol.
I started Paleo to lose weight, again, I'm not sure if this makes a difference.
Also, if I shouldn't be eating 2 Eggs for Breakfast every day then could you please suggest some other breakfasts that I should be having? I love eggs so I doubt I will get tired of them any time soon. I'm going to start having some bacon (grilled) with my eggs starting tomorrow and on the weekend I'll have some sausages. I do not have any allergies, diseases, sensitivities etc.
My apologies if this is a stupid question by the way...
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No, you should be eating at least three.
When you've got that far, you might as well finish the box.
If you can ind a good source of pastured eggs you can quit stressing about how many eggs you eat. Eat as many as you like. My husband and I go through about 4 dozen/week. Eggs are healthy and healthful, especially the pastured ones.
Welcome to Paleo! :-)
I've been on a Paleo diet for 14 weeks now. Eating three scrambled eggs a day for breakfast with a big tablespoon of coconut oil and plenty of olive oil in the pan. Just had my cholesterol checked and it's the best it's ever been. TC 153 HDL 64 LDL 73 TRI 83 All much better compared to my results last year when I ate mostly a SAD, much higher carb diet. So it's true, eating more "good" fats and "good" cholesterol lowers your risk of heart disease. Oh, and I lost 20 lbs on top of it!!
For me 3 a day is fine. or 4... or more... my own hens, bless them.
i'd still be hungry on only 2 eggs a day. i need at least 3-4 and i'm a very small girl (80 some lbs).
you could eat a dozen a day and I doubt you'd experience negative effects
My wife and I go through 8 dozen a week. I went through 8 dozen a week by myself last year but my appetite has gotten smaller. Cholestorol, blood pressure, and blood work always comes back perfect. We don't eat any meat or fish though; mostly paleo vegetarian diets. 2 is nothing to worry about!
This is a screen grab from a study on protease and trypcin inhibiting activity in certain foods. As you can see Soy yoghurt has a lot less TIA than Ice cream, egg protein, salami, even mayonaise. ps. The different kinds of mayonaise and soy yoghurt are different brands, I think some mayonaise is mostly oil, which has less egg (high in TIA) and some soy yogurt has added soy protein or unfermented soy cream. So I you eat eggs but exclude soy for the above reason then your fooling yourself.
Hi Resurgent, I'm from Singapore too! I haven't found pastured eggs, but Chew's has kampong chicken eggs (kampong = free range) and Seng Choon eggs are free of hormones and antibiotics.
I am traveling in the far east, currently is Singapore. I went looking for pastured eggs and was finally directed to these "expensive" eggs. FML..
I eat 2-3 a day and was recently told (reluctantly) by my very paleo-suspicious Dr. that I'm quote "healthy as a horse".
There is no other food that is as healthful and cheap and eggs. But pastured eggs is a big improvement over eggs, at little extra cost. I think two a day is about right if you have money. In the end, they are not as nutritious as beef, or butter.
This is great! I was also worrying about the numbers of eggs I was eating but i shall fear it no more! Lol
I've had 2 eggs for breakfast almost every day since I went Paleo which is about 20 months now. I like pastured eggs a LOT more, they taste and feel totally different than supermarket eggs, and I strongly suspect that they are much more nutritious. But they aren't always available, and obviously in the dead of winter, local pastured eggs aren't going to be available. Still I eat them whenever I can. So that's minimum a dozen eggs per week, sometimes 2 dozen.
My only other breakfast choices are 1) cottage cheese and fruit, 2) yogurt and berries, 3) nothing, just cream in my coffee. For me, anything remotely sugary or starchy for breakfast is a big mistake, it spikes my blood sugar to the point that I feel loopy and sets me on an energy roller coaster for the entire day. This includes yogurt and fruit. The flip of that is that having a zero-carb all-egg breakfast is one of the single most important things I can do to improve my health, and it has been nothing short of wondrous.
I normally have 2 or 3 eggs every day. If I am having a salad, I like to add a hard-boiled egg. If I don't eat a salad during the day then I will have 3 eggs for breakfast.
I have had 2-3 eggs every morning for the past year and a half. I'm pretty sure that change made up for 70% of the fix for my problems related to PCOS. And then I got pregnant. You might say, eating eggs made my eggs worth something. Hurr Hurr...
Between my husband and me, we go through at least 3 dozen per week. A lot? Sure. But eggs are cheap.
No one has yet considered the anti-nutrients? Seriously? There is a reason some people are more sensitive to them than others you know...
Hi , i want to know that my daughter is just 30th months (2.5 Years old ), she loves half boiled Egg very very much,she do eat 3-4 eggs on daily bases,i am in so tension bcoz of eating 3-4 eggs on daily bases by just 2-3 years baby is good for health or not .plz reply me ASAP.
I eat 5 eggs each morning, boiled, scrambled, fried, you name it. They do awesome in making me feel full.
Concerning too many eggs, don't worry, I can eat up to 10 eggs a day if I am trying to save money or am short on meats. The eggs I eat depend on where I am at the moment, sometimes Omega 3 eggs, others organic, but mostly regular store eggs.
Maybe what I do is a bad thing but no one has complained yet. But let me tell you, don't eat more than 5 at one sitting, I got so full when I ate 7 eggs with supper once that I nearly chucked it all back up. SO FILLING!
Yeah if you're trying to lose weight eggs are pretty solid. I've been eating on average probably around 5 eggs a day for the past 7 years and it's pretty much a staple of my diet.
What's the rest of your diet look like? Training regimen?
Good luck my friend!
I've been eating 4 a day almost every day for 2.5 years now.
Workout days it's bacon, fried eggs, and home fries. Off days veggie omelette. And busy days, scrambled. (Never like hard boiled much)
I usually eat three or four, depending on whether I'm having bacon or some other meat with them. But I do a large breakfast and usually just a snack for lunch.
If you are eating eggs everyday, you'll want to invest in good quality free-run pastured eggs.
I love eggs and go through about a dozen a week. There are people on this forum that eat way more than that. I usually have two in an omelette or scrambled every morning. Sometimes I put goat cheese or hot sauce in my omelettes. I usually have a sausage and a handful of nuts too. I think eggs are very healthy but get the ones that have omega-3 in them.