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No. Eating 3-4 eggs everyday is totally fine. In fact, eggs actually contain all 9 essential amino acids and considered as a complete protein. Raw eggs is not healthy. Make omlet or boil eggs and enjoy it. Eggs can be great in trying to fight hunger while trying to lose extra weight
No. In moderation an egg a day should be fine, but sometimes I eat 9 eggs in one day and that’s probably not great for my cholesterol
I don’t usually eat eggs at the morning. My breakfasts are different each day but I like eggs. I am sure that there is nothing bad in eating eggs at the morning. More than that there are a lot of healthy things in them) So for sure, there are nothing bad in eating eggs everyday)
No, it's a great source of protein and good fats. If you worry about calorie consumption, try just an egg whites blend or cooking it whole and removing the yolks. I prefer saying it all and find it makes for part of a very healthy breakfast! Best of fortune!
Everything is bad in excess and everything fine when it is balanced. As long as you’re not persisting on just eggs everyday, one or two every morning is fine
Nope According To Liver Transplant It is Essential For Recovering My Weakness In Body Stability But Now It Is Okay Not To Have Each And Every Day For This To Have….. And In General The Ones Who Are Weak In Muscular Movement And Buildup Or Have Less Protein According To Normal Body Range Should Opt For Every Day Within Two Weeks Or A Month You Will Notice Great Change In The Reference!
I've heard conflicting opinions from different doctors. Some say we should be very careful and only rarely eat eggs, some suggest eating multiple eggs a day. When science cannot yet give a straight answer, I try to do what feels right to my body. I eat 1 egg a day in breakfast. I find it keeps me full for longer and gives me plenty of energy for the day. So my answer to the question in short is: I don't think so! It's important to listen to science and your body when it comes to dietary choices.
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