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    Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by baletki, Oct 15, 2012.

    1. jailynn24hb

      jailynn24hb Well-Known Member

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      whole eggs

      ok thank u
       
    2. masoven4u

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      whole eggs

      i never said i wanted to stay at 160
       
    3. masoven4u

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      whole eggs

      Well then maybe you should give it a shot, along with two gallons of milk a day!!!
       
    4. defelqy

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      whole eggs

      we are talk about 3000 cal hear of course i want to eat more cal to go up in weight
       
    5. admin

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      Cmmonsense, yes!

      While eggs are a nutritious and healthy food, consuming too many eggs can have some potential risks and health concerns, especially if you have certain medical conditions or dietary restrictions. Here are some of the potential dangers of eating too many eggs:

      1. Cholesterol: Eggs are high in cholesterol, with one large egg containing about 186 milligrams of cholesterol, which is more than half of the recommended daily intake for adults. Consuming too much cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease and stroke, especially if you already have high cholesterol or a history of heart disease.

      2. Foodborne illness: Eating raw or undercooked eggs can increase your risk of foodborne illnesses such as Salmonella, which can cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever.

      3. Allergic reactions: Some people may be allergic to eggs or egg products, which can cause symptoms such as hives, swelling, and difficulty breathing.

      4. Interference with nutrient absorption: Eating too many eggs can interfere with the absorption of other nutrients such as biotin, a B-vitamin that is important for healthy skin, hair, and nails. This can lead to biotin deficiency, which can cause skin rash, hair loss, and other symptoms.

      5. Risk of diabetes: Eating too many eggs may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in some people, especially those who have a family history of the disease or other risk factors.
      Overall, while eggs can be a healthy part of a balanced diet, it's important to consume them in moderation and to consider any potential health risks or dietary restrictions you may have. It's also important to ensure that eggs are cooked thoroughly to reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
       
    6. Robertbozic

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      Welcome to the forum! While it's true that consuming 36 eggs a day can be a lot of calories and may not be the best way to get balanced nutrition, there are some benefits to eggs that shouldn't be overlooked. They are a good source of protein, as well as other vitamins and minerals. Plus, they're a convenient and tasty way to get some of those nutrients. So while it's important to be mindful of your daily dietary needs, having a few eggs can be a part of a healthy lifestyle.
       
    7. admin

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      Hi @Robertbozic

      Do you use eggs as part of your fitness regime?
       
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