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“Epidemiologic studies show that most healthy people can eat an egg a day without problems”.
eggs also contain nutrients that may help lower the risk for heart disease, including protein, vitamins B12
and D, riboflavin, and folate.
No. Calories cause weight gain. Excess calories from carbohydrates are not any more fattening than calories from other sources. Despite the claims of low-carb diets, a high-carbohydrate diet does not promote fat storage by enhancing insulin resistance.
“Calories are calories are calories, and it doesn’t matter what
time you eat them. What matters are the total
calories you take in.”
Your body has its own elegantly designed system for removing toxins—namely, the liver, kidneys and spleen. There isn’t any evidence that not eating—or consuming only juice—for any period of time makes them do this job any better.
Load up on nature's heart-healthy foods--whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds--to avoid artery-cloggers. And read a product's nutrition panel carefully.