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Health benefits of eating eggs daily - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello there
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i have a very simple question.... eating one or two egg per day good is it for health ?
Doctor :   very good its a complete protein.
Doctor :   two will do you good provided you are not on the high cholesterol side
User :   How do you say that I have heard the yellow part is full of cholestrol fried or boiled
User :   it increases considerably
User :   thats why body bulders eat only white part
User :   what do you have to say for this
Doctor :   yes its but the protein is complete in it which are the building blocks of life
Doctor :   egg as a whole is so the yellow is rich in cholesterol
User :   you mean to say after thirty .....we should not have much of an egg ?
Doctor :   but the proportion is not dangerous
Doctor :   thats when your metabolic levels are low so you dont burn out that much of the substances that you eat
Doctor :   the remaining settle down as fat
User :   so if a person like me who do his job sitting on a computer should avoid egg ? is that what you are implying .....i',m 28 single
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   though it would not do much harm now but inthe long run it will afftct you
User :   i have been eating eggs every morning since 4 years ....... and now i have to stop
Doctor :   not really you can go ahead and have them but compensate with exercising
Doctor :   burning out the fat thats what i mean
User :   i do light excercise every morning for 10 minutes is that enough ,,, ?
Doctor :   do them continously but try to get it up to at least half an hour since then only you will get the complete cardio work out
Doctor :   regularly i mean
User :   to be honest i don't eat anything but egg in my morning breakfast. is that really harmfull
Doctor :   not much since you take suffecient proteins but calories that are immediate energy source are none in your breakfast
Doctor :   it needs to be balanced
Doctor :   only then its good for your body
User :   i don't like any other stuff in my breakfast ....what should i have then ?
Doctor :   complement your eggs with a loaf of bread
Doctor :   that will take care of your calories
User :   eating egg gives makes me hungry , if i stop ? then
Doctor :   am not asking you to stop but to just take it along with something else that gives you calories too
User :   let say if i get married, do i really need to quit eggs, i have heard so many things about eggs and its effect, a complete sources of protien ..... now all that changed ?
Doctor :   no you would not ned to quit eggs but too keep a check on that
User :   how about oatmeal and eggs
Doctor :   good very good
Doctor :   pls fill this form for me tell me when done
User :   tell me one thing all that cholestrol from natural sources can really do a damage to a body , i'm not having them ccooked, and at somepoint back i was having them raw for almost a year ....
Doctor :   that is a bad habit since there are some viral infections that you will contract, and
User :   i think that was usefull conversation i will be back with more questions .... till then........
Doctor :   tell me when done
Doctor :   i shall wait for you
User :   bye
Doctor :   bye pls refer your friends
Doctor :   thru importing contacts
Doctor :   bye for now
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