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The Egg Diet: Does It Work? | UCLA Center for Clinical Nutrition



Eggs are a good food and eating eggs as part of a balanced diet will not raise your cholesterol. On the other hand, eating an egg by itself will leave you hungry.

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  1. It worked for me I lost 8 lb doing 3 day egg fastand if we are healthy doctors will go out of business they don't want us to know everything

  2. If you're doing the egg diet, make sure you're still working out because most likely youre just losing muscle not actual fat.

  3. Guys calm down he’s right yh u heard me right eggs are for muscle gain not weight loss if your looking for weight loss foods try avacado, salads , basically any type of greens and a ton of cardio!!

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  6. I disagree. I have lost weight many times eating boiled eggs. 3 or 4 boiled eggs per meal and if I feel that I need a few carbs I’ll eat 1 tablespoon of oatmeal or a few bites of vegetables with the meal. As soon as I start doing that the fat just falls off.

  7. Take off your shirt doctor and then try and convince me you know what you are talking about when it comes to diets.

  8. He doesn't know what hes talking about. He said 4 egg whites = 24 grams of protein. Half the protein in an egg is in the yolk so 4 egg whites would only give you 12 grams.
    Also the yolks are the healthiest part and it's been proven you can eat a massive 36 eggs a day without it affecting your cholesterol so why throw the best bit away.

  9. This doctor is out of his mind, they want you to keep eating crap or else they get no business. They prefer you sick, half dead with diabetes and shit. Bye doc!

  10. Let me tell you something from my side.

    Consuming egg don’t seem to increase the risk of heart disease.

    Dietary cholesterol in an egg seems to increase LDL more when the diet is high in carbohydrate and low in fat.

    The yolk is mostly made of fatty acids, cholesterol, and fat-soluble nutrients.

    Egg yolks have many important nutrients like Vitamin A, D, K, E, Vitamin B5,6,9,12, thiamine,

    calcium, copper, manganese, iron, phosphorus, zinc, omega 3, Choline and leucine.

    Yolks also contain a high amount of carotenoids, mostly zeaxanthin and lutein, and these

    Dietary carotenoids are believed to provide health benefits in decreasing the risk of eye disease

    and certain cancers.

    Egg yolk may have less protein than the albumen but it has high a level of the essential

    amino acid known as leucine.

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