egg

India
April 10, 2009 10:52pm CST
Eggs contain a lot of proteins , which are the building blocks of our body. So, how many eggs would be recommended in a day and in a week. What do you say.
9 responses
• India
13 Apr 09
Eggs are the best source of protein humans have ever discovered. Eggs are rich in albumin and it has also is a good source of fats too. The white portion is protein and the yellow portion in the egg is fat. Eggs supply us with a rich source of essential amino acids and fatty acids that cannot be synthesized in our body. Also, egg protein is used as the ideal protein in different dietary assessment of other protein containing food stuffs. I would recommend having 1-2 eggs a day for a healthy diet. That would be enough to compensate for any insufficiency in our regular diet.
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• India
13 Apr 09
Thanks for your response.
• India
13 Apr 09
Yes, Egg contains lot of proteins and because of egg one can make his body builder. My Gym tutor instruct that atleast eat four Boiled egg in a day- two in morning and two in night. But he strickly inform me that only eat boiled egg whiter surface and throw yellow part of egg, because yellow side make increase the level of Cholestrol and if you eat daily yellowish part of egg then you will surely get heart problem in future. so eat egg only whitish part if not only good for health but increase protein level and increase weight level on person. I also eat Fried egg and Omlet egg four to five times in a week. But i cant eat daily boiled egg, but eat two boiled in a week, i eat omelet 4-5 times in a week and Fried egg2 to 3 times in a week. If you want to good builder body, then you will eat lot of Boiled egg.
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• India
13 Apr 09
Good response. Thanks for your response.
@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
11 Apr 09
I was actually just reading an article in Prevention magazine about eggs. They recommend one egg per day. I typically eat one egg or less per day. Some days I just eat egg whites for breakfast. Other days I eat a hardboiled egg for lunch. And then there are some days that I don't eat eggs at all! It all depends on my mood that day. I do like eggs though.
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• India
11 Apr 09
Thanks for your response
• Philippines
14 Apr 09
yes, i love eggs. its my favorite dish. but my mother would say that to much eggs is bad. i don't know why.
• India
15 Apr 09
It is because ,as previously said , the yellow contains cholesterol. Thanks for your response.
@rocketsky (1014)
• China
14 Apr 09
i quite agree with in china we could make egges into many many delicious food and all of them taste great . egg has always been a neccessary thing in our every day life
• India
14 Apr 09
Thanks for your response
• India
13 Apr 09
Daily one egg for your life time is good and suffiecient for your body. If daily you have intake of one egg then automatically your health improves much.
• India
13 Apr 09
Thanks for your response
@marguicha (91977)
• Chile
12 Apr 09
I eat a lot of eggs a week but I really haven´t checked how much. Eggs are a good AND INEXPENSIVE source of proteins. And they can be cooked in many ways. I think that I eat around 2 eggs a day (sometimes more, sometimes less). For some time, doctors banned too much eggs, making them guilty of bad cholesterol levels. Now it seems they have discovered it´s not so. The truth be said, I did not listen then, I will not listen now. I just love eggs LOL
• India
12 Apr 09
Thanks for your response
@dlr297 (5385)
• United States
11 Apr 09
I do not know the recommended amount that you should eat in a day, but i always have two for breakfast every morning. and then sometimes for lunch i will make some egg salad so i have even more on those days.
• India
11 Apr 09
Thanks for your response
@amoyube1980 (2233)
• Somalia
15 Apr 09
I was riding a cab last night and there was these radiotalk about eggs. They recommended at least six eggs a day. But I wasn't sure if the people in the talk show were doctors as I only heard snippets of it. On my part part though, I probably eat about 4-6 eggs in a week, fried with tuna and basil.