Eggs are great for some people and not so great for other people. Eggs are an interesting thing. The embryos of the egg, the yolk, contains lots of cholesterol and other hormone like substances that have all sorts of health benefits. For both males and females (particularly males), certain parts of the embryo of the egg can actually help with erectile dysfunction and low libido. However, we generally eat the egg before the blood vessels form and most of these nutritional factors of the egg become available. The huge amounts of choline in the egg can help with brain function as they are an excellent source of B-vitamins and Choline as well as cholesterol.
The yolk should be left runny if one is to eat it in order that they can still get the benefit from these nutrients that are mostly destroyed at higher temperatures.
The egg white is made of globulin. This is the identical protein to the protein in our blood that carries red blood cells throughout the body to help bring oxygen to cells throughout the body. People who regularly eat eggs expose themselves to the globulin over and over and over again and this can cause problems like allergies. Being allergic to one’s own blood can be a very serious disorder. This is what we term “auto-immune disease.” The best example is with those people who experience Lupus. I hope I am not offending you if you have Lupus (SLE), but it is a very serious disease. At any rate, because food allergies and sensitivities are so common, it is usually better for most people to just avoid eggs. The other challenge with eggs is that they are not a very good source of protein despite what you hear about them. They contain almost no methionine so they do not stabilize blood sugar very well.
Everybody is different. Some people do OK with eggs and some people do not. Those with allergies, especially food allergies, tend to be much better off without consuming very many eggs. I hope that this helps.
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