The yolk of an egg is incredibly nutritious. It contains 100 percent of the carotenoids; essential fatty acids; fat-soluble vitamin A, E, D, and K that our body requires; and more than 90 percent of the calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, thiamine, folate, B12, pantothenic acid, as well at the copper, manganese, and selenium our body requires. Egg yolks are primarily feared by people because of their cholesterol content, but they are jam-packed with really important nutrients, some of which are very difficult to get anywhere else in your diet. ~ Dr. Chris Masterjohn, in the book Cholesterol Clarity
I think eggs just might be the perfect food. Think about it: An egg is a whole baby chicken, which makes it a complete nutritional package. ~ Dr. Eric Westman, in the book Cholesterol Clarity
Hear what Dave Asprey, The Bulletproof Executive, and Dr. Mercola have to say about eggs.
My favorite way to eat an egg is to boil it for about 5 minutes and then mash it with little butter and salt.
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