Three long answer is it depends on what your body needs (check with a nutritionist), and your personal tastes.
I personally have low sodium and a high metabolism, so it's beneficial for me to include the yolk for the calories, sodium, and its extra nutrients as a bonus.
Others might not like the combined tastes of egg and oats, or may not be able to spare the extra calories in their diet, or may be on a low sodium diet.
- What are your recipes for eggs? 😀
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- Do you have a go-to breakfast that takes under 5 minutes to cook or prepare? 🤗
- How do you work specialist dietary routines, such as diabetes and intermittent fasting into your programme?
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- Do you eat breakfast within an hour of waking up?
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