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Egg every morning - ok?

Sojo15Sojo15 Posts: 87Member Member Posts: 87Member Member
I found that I manage my 1200 calories if I eat one or two eggs every day. But is that really healthy? Anyone eat similarly?


  • capaul42capaul42 Posts: 1,323Member Member Posts: 1,323Member Member
    I eat 2 eggs plus egg whites every morning. No issues.
  • fb47fb47 Posts: 612Member Member Posts: 612Member Member
    I eat bacon every day, so far still alive and kicking.
  • ResistiveResistive Posts: 165Member, Premium Member Posts: 165Member, Premium Member
    I eat a minimum of 2 large eggs a day, sometimes 4 and never a problem. They are so yummy.
    edited January 13
  • MunchberryMunchberry Posts: 172Member Member Posts: 172Member Member
    I asked my doc about daily eggs. He told me to stop stressing and eat them. Everyday? Yep.
  • JeromeBarry1JeromeBarry1 Posts: 8,559Member Member Posts: 8,559Member Member
    It's healthy for you. Breakfast? Yes. Lunch? Yes. Cool Hand Luke? Yes.
  • nikki_dwnikki_dw Posts: 134Member Member Posts: 134Member Member
    I eat egg and turkey sausage muffins almost every morning. I'm more concerned about the processed turkey sausage, so I'm looking for an alternative. The eggs are here to stay though!
  • malcolmjcoopermalcolmjcooper Posts: 79Member Member Posts: 79Member Member
    Only problem is they can cause constipation in some people
  • dsbooheaddsboohead Posts: 1,346Member Member Posts: 1,346Member Member
    They are my morning snack every morning....hardboiled. Better than any carbed item!
  • lkpduckylkpducky Posts: 6,534Member Member Posts: 6,534Member Member
    It's healthy for you. Breakfast? Yes. Lunch? Yes. Cool Hand Luke? Yes.

    :p :D
  • csherncshern Posts: 55Member, Premium Member Posts: 55Member, Premium Member
    Go on and eat those eggs. Have some fun cooking them. Omeletts are great and you can fill them full of your favorite veggies with hardly a hit on the calorie counter.

    It really is an incredible edible.
  • SusanDSMESusanDSME Posts: 194Member Member Posts: 194Member Member
    Two fried eggs every single morning. So far, I've lost ten pounds!
    As a vegetarian, eggs are an important source of protein and B vitamins. As a side note, I'm thrilled to discover that eating garlic cheese grits with my eggs costs fewer calories than a piece of buttered toast. Whoa yeah!!
  • fleet56fleet56 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    I eat the liquid eggs every day with turkey bacon. Am looking at making my own turkey sausage tomorrow morning. Using 93% lean ground turkey and my own seasoning. Store bought turkey sausage is too bland tasting and not as lean.
  • Sojo15Sojo15 Posts: 87Member Member Posts: 87Member Member
    I noticed my blood sugar is not spiking so much. I seem to be leaning towards a low carb diet, helps me curb sugar cravings. Good to know it works for people!
  • hutchinsond2016hutchinsond2016 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    I eat an egg or two every morning and sometimes a hard boiled egg at lunch. I haven't had any problems and the latest research says eggs aren't an issue so as long as your not bored with it go ahead and continue doing what works.
  • whitpaulywhitpauly Posts: 458Member Member Posts: 458Member Member
    I eat at least one every morning
  • 69JesusHentaiChrist6969JesusHentaiChrist69 Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    Sure it is! I've been eating around 4-6 eggs every day for a month now, healthy as ever!
  • callsitlikeiseeitcallsitlikeiseeit Posts: 5,927Member Member Posts: 5,927Member Member
    i go in stages of eating hardboiled eggs when i get to work, after my morning workout.

    its not gonna hurt you.
  • MaggieGirl135MaggieGirl135 Posts: 134Member Member Posts: 134Member Member
    It would make me sad to not have 2 eggs for breakfast. I've eaten eggs every day for at least a couple years. This past week, I had my annual blood test and again, my cholesterol was good.
  • BeccaLoves2liftBeccaLoves2lift Posts: 376Member Member Posts: 376Member Member
    Totally ok. If you have high cholesterol you just need to make sure that you're watching your saturated fat intake.
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