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Why is Chicken Egg so good for us?

  1. Miss Fiji profile image60
    Miss Fijiposted 6 years ago

    Why is Chicken Egg so good for us?

  2. profile image0
    MP50posted 6 years ago

    A chicken egg is the highest source of protien available in food consumption, low carbohydrates and packed with many needed vitamins, minerals etc.

    Most of the protein is in the white, all the vitamins, minerals and fats are in the yellow.

    If you are on a low phosphate, potassium, salt, cholesterol intake try not to eat to many whole eggs.

    Use three in an omellete for example, use one whole egg and two egg whites. If you are looking for the full amino acid complex.

    Supplement with timed release branch chain amino acids purchased from your local health shop.

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    Miss Fijiposted 6 years ago

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