Eggs

Consensus –

Chicken eggs are a good source of selenium, vitamin A, D and the B vitamins. Some people report sensitivity to them. Probably Healthy.

10 Articles

Peter Attia – What I actually eat.

 

Chicken-nut omelet:

4 eggs, 0.5 avocado, 3.5 oz cheddar, 3 oz red onion, 2 oz walnuts, 2 oz cashews, 4.5 oz chicken thigh, 2 tbsp butter

 

Gary Taubes

 

I do indeed eat three eggs with cheese, bacon and sausage for breakfast every morning

 

Robb Wolf

 

Eggs are great. There’s a ton of nutrients in the yolk and everything. It has fat\soluble antioxidants. If they’re Omega\3 enriched they’re awesome

http://robbwolf.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/the-paleo-solution-episode-7.pdf

 

Mark Sisson

 

They’re an excellent source of highly assimilable protein and vitamins like A, choline, K2, and folate, and they can be a good source of omega-3s if the hen’s diet is right.  

 

Loren Cordain

 

Chicken eggs are generally a nutritious food and are a good source of selenium, vitamin A, vitamin D and the B vitamins, some minerals and lutein as Barbara indicated.”

“So, should everybody include eggs in their diet on a daily basis? Not necessarily,…, in the wild, bird eggs only appear seasonally. Hence, pre-agricultural humans could have never consumed two eggs for breakfast every morning of the year similar to some westernized people, but rather only occasionally for a few brief weeks or months.”

 

http://thepaleodiet.blogspot.com/2010/01/paleo-diet-q-29-january-2010-update-on.html

 

Chris MasterJohn  Meeting the Choline Requirement — Eggs, Organs, and the Wheat Paradox

 

“In America, at least, it would appear that lots of us need lots of egg yolks and liver.”

 

http://blog.cholesterol-and-health.com/2010/12/meeting-choline-requirement-eggs-organs.html

 

Chris Kresser

 

The persistent myth that cholesterol causes heart disease has scared many of us away from eating eggs on a regular basis. But there is absolutely no research that links egg consumption to heart disease.

 

http://chriskresser.com/three-eggs-a-day-keep-the-doctor-away

http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/Egg_Yolk.html

http://chriskresser.com/rhr-can-autoimmune-disease-be-prevented-and-reversed/

 

Dr Micahel Eades

 

But what about all the cholesterol?  Well, as it turns out, the addition of two eggs per day didn’t raise cholesterol a bit.

 

http://www.proteinpower.com/drmike/weight-loss/two-eggs-per-day-keeps-the-belly-fat-away/

 

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