So my partner, Ryan works out 5 days a week. He's at the gym early in the morning and exercises frequently. Only problem is, he eats 3 boiled eggs a day and 2 cans of tuna a day. He does this for protein intake, and it's been doing great. But according to a news article I read last week, eating an egg yolk a day "regularly increases plaque buildup about two-thirds as much as smoking does".
So for those who eat eggs every single day, you may want to re-think your diet. Then again, if you believe in the "Western Diet vs. Low-Carb Diet", "Sitting on The Job 10 Years or More Means You Have a 94% Chance of Developing a Tumor", or believe "Watching TV Will Kill You" - you're gonna die anyway.
Aside from that, I still think Eggs have too much saturated fat, at least in the egg yolk. So this week, I boiled 15 eggs and removed the yolks, since most of the protein is in the whites anyway.
Now I feel a little more comfortable knowing I have given my nutritional advice for the day. :-) You can check out the article here, it's pretty damning... this new study has really compared eggs to smoking.
Next... Tuna. LOL.
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- Blade 7184 aka Peter