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    Sainadh
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    Yellow yolks are good fat or bad fat?

    #649

    And, no… eating fat (dietary fat) does NOT make you store body fat. The only fat that’s bad, I’d Trans fat… The kind you get from eating chips or French fries

    To answer your question, Egg yolks are good for you… Eat em all the time.

    #650

    Sainadh
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    One egg yolk has around 55 calories, 4.5 grams of total fat and 1.6 grams of saturated fat, 210 mg of cholesterol, 8 mg of sodium, and 2.7 grams of protein.

    #651

    Yeah, and again, all of that is GOOD for you.

    #652

    Sainadh
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    Broiler eggs are good or the traditional chicken eggs are good. Which one ?

    #653

    Well, that’s a good question. Always, “nattu kozhi muttai” is the best. But, the question is, if you are able to get them and know that they are really “nattu kozhi muttai”. Most places will sell you eggs, regular broiler stuff, dipped in tea water (or something like that)…And simply charge (cheat) you more…

    #654

    Sainadh
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    Egg is good only when boiled or what are the forms that we need to intake the egg to get the wholesome protein

    #655

    Eggs ought to be cooked….is the criteria.

    #656

    Sainadh
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    I mean, Boiled egg, Omelette, Scrambled egg. In olden days and also now in the villages,People consume eggs as raw…Is it not good enough?

    #657

    Another criteria is as much less oil, the better… So, if you try to eat omelette at a roadside eatery, and he is putting in 1 to 2 spoons of oil (God knows how many times this oil has been reused), and then puts in a heck of a lot of aginomoto, and then adds another couple of spoons of oil for
    One side of the omelette and then, again another spoon or so for doing the other side… that’s obviously no good. So, cooked eggs are the best…but watch how they get cooked.

    Uncooked eggs have the following problems:

    1) you could get salmonella poisoning, if the eggs are not washed properly…most eggs we get are not, as you would have noticed

    2) Uncooked eggs do not get absorbed properly by the body…so, eating/drinking wastes the egg really

    3) There could be other problems, like lifelong respiratory allergies that you’ll develop, if you eat em raw…

    So, avoid raw eggs, and watch how they get cooked. Otherwise, any way you cook em is good. Raw eggs…not so good

    (Half Boiled) Not so good, because of the reasons stated above… too much oil (if used) and the uncooked portions can cause

    a) salmonella poisoning
    b) nutrients don’t get absorbed as much (if at all)
    c) could cause respiratory allergies to you for life

    Sainadh… eat both the egg whites and (all) the yolks…

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