In the late 70s, eggs got a bad reputation because health practitioners discovered that high amounts of cholesterol in the blood could increase our risk of heart disease. Physicians of that era thought (incorrectly, it turns out) that eating high-cholesterol foods would significantly increase blood cholesterol, so they began advising their patients to stop eating foods high in cholesterol, like eggs, which has 200 milligrams.

In recent years, however, research has provided us with a more accurate understanding of the difference between...

If you read yesterday's post on the health benefits of eggs and love eating avocados like me, then try this delicious recipe. Avocados are packed with "muscle building" magnesium and lots of fiber which will help keep you feeling full longer.

Ingredients: 

-1 avocado 

-Olive oil 

-2 whole eggs 

-Salt 

-Paprika 

-Lime zest, for serving

-Parsley for a final decorative touch!

Directions: 

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Slice the avocados in half, and take out the pit. Scoop out about two tablespoons of flesh from the center of the avocado, just...

April 1, 2018

In my opinion, eggs get an awful rap in the world of nutrition, but to me they are an egg-cellent choice when it comes to eating healthy. ( More on this is a future post!)* Here some of my reasons for devouring a couple of them at least once a week: 

• Protein. Protein is absolutely a necessary nutrient – it builds and maintains muscle, which helps reduce fat. It supports brain function and boosts our metabolism. And as part of a healthy meal, it helps us feel satisfied, longer. A study cited by Healthline showed that wo...

March 16, 2015

 

As a nutritarian (90 per cent plant based eater), I am always looking for ways to include more protein into my diet, especially since I am an avid runner logging sometimes more than 45-50 miles a week. To get enough, I add wild salmon, or, once in a while, I break open an egg or two. And that's okay, according to a study published in January's issue of the American Heart Journal. One egg packs 6 grams of protein and provides vitamin B-12, which is great news for plant based eaters like myself. Vegetarains and vegans don't always get...

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