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For athletes and those with general fitness goals, getting the scientific green light for whole eggs is a true win. Including eggs in your post-workout routine can help save time, money and reduce food stress and diet culture. INCORPORATING EGGS INTO YOUR ROUTINE.

Of course, any new habit takes a little effort to implement. Post-Workout Egg Prep Egg yolks contain most of the vitamins and minerals, but also lots of fat and cholesterol. Egg whites, on the other hand, contain about half the protein with virtually none of the fat or cholesterol.

So, the best way to eat eggs after. For your fitness food, you might try snacking on two large eggs, which have almost 13 grams of protein and only about 140 calories. TIP: Eat your eggs after exercise for the greatest effect. Because this fitness food contains all the essential amino.

Intolerances aside, eggs are a great food. Three large eggs packs about 21 grams of very high-quality protein. While their saturated fat sometimes gets an undeserved bad rep, eggs actually provide a balance of saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fats. (The egg whites, while matched in protein, lacked the nutrients of the whole egg). “All of these non-protein food components may be helping dietary amino acids to support the post-workout.

Some of the best foods to eat after a workout include eggs, chickpeas, quinoa and multi-grain bread. All of these are full of starchy carbs and protein that will help to rebuild the muscles and boost the metabolism. You should eat them 30-60 minutes after your workout. Eggs are pretty magical because we can fold them into other foods, which you definitely can’t say about everything.

You can slice an avocado in half and remove the pit, and boom, it’s the perfect bowl for an egg.. Just scoop out some of the avocado, crack in. Eggs are an excellent breakfast andprotein food, and these eggs couldn’t possibly be faster. Made in the microwave and packed with cheesy goodness, they only take two minutes to put together, so they’re super-easy for a post-workout meal.

14. Warm and Nutty Cinnamon Quinoa. If you’ve really worked up an appetite this is the perfect meal for you: 4 egg whites, 1 ounce of low-fat cheese and a ¼ cup of black beans make the ultimate omelet for muscle building.

The beans provide extra protein as well as a range of healthy minerals to help your body recover quickly. 2. 43 Best Post-Workout Meals 1. Almond Butter Pomegranate Quesadilla.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy post-workout meal any time of day, these “quesadillas” are it. Loaded with potassium-rich bananas, almond butter for protein and fresh pomegranate — but no cheese! — these come together in just minutes. Use your favorite whole.

List of related literature:

A whole egg promotes 40 percent greater muscle protein synthesis in the five hours postexercise compared to eating just the egg white (van Vliet et al. 2017).

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

Eggs are second only to fish-liver oils as a natural source of vitamin D. Eggs are moderate from the standpoint of calorie content, a medium-size egg containing about 75 Calories (kcal).

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

Indeed, eggs make a nutritional contribution to a healthy diet.”

“It Starts With Food: Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways” by Dallas Hartwig, Melissa Hartwig
from It Starts With Food: Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways
by Dallas Hartwig, Melissa Hartwig
Victory Belt Publishing, 2014

But if I made eggs in the morning, grilled chicken for lunch, ate a steak for dinner, drank a couple of glasses of milk, and had a couple of containers of Greek yogurt per day, I wouldn’t need to supplement with whey protein.

“Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training” by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
from Glute Lab: The Art and Science of Strength and Physique Training
by Bret Contreras, Glen Cordoza
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

Even if you do eat the best eggs, you should still be somewhat careful about how many yolks you eat, since their cholesterol content may increase your cholesterol level.

“The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body” by Jeffry S. Life
from The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body
by Jeffry S. Life
Atria Books, 2011

It should also be noted that the protein contained in eggs is of the highest possible quality.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
from Polish Heritage Cookery
by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
Hippocrene Books, 2005

Ditto for Organic Valley Omega-3 Extra Large Eggs, which boast 225 mg of the fats per egg (types

“Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Keys to Nutritional Health” by Mahabaleshwar V. Hegde, Anand Arvind Zanwar, Sharad P. Adekar
from Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Keys to Nutritional Health
by Mahabaleshwar V. Hegde, Anand Arvind Zanwar, Sharad P. Adekar
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Check the product’s Nutrition Facts Label cSince eggs are high in cholesterol, limit egg yolk intake to no more than four per week; two egg whites have the same amount of protein content as 1 oz of meat dFat content changes serving amount for fats and oils.

“Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals” by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
from Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals
by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
Springer International Publishing, 2016

In truth, eggs are not the perfect food for blood sugar disorders or diabetes.

“Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal: Healing Plans for Sufferers of Anxiety, Depression, Acne, Eczema, Lyme, Gut Problems, Brain Fog, Weight Issues, Migraines, Bloating, Vertigo, Psoriasis, Cys” by Anthony William
from Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal: Healing Plans for Sufferers of Anxiety, Depression, Acne, Eczema, Lyme, Gut Problems, Brain Fog, Weight Issues, Migraines, Bloating, Vertigo, Psoriasis, Cys
by Anthony William
Hay House, 2020

Proponents believe this type of diet makes the eggs safer, more pure, and (some say) more nutritious, although there is little if any evidence of this.

“Cooking Basics For Dummies” by Bryan Miller, Marie Rama, Eve Adamson
from Cooking Basics For Dummies
by Bryan Miller, Marie Rama, Eve Adamson
Wiley, 2010

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  • So It says I’m gonna die cause I ate raw cookie dough cause of the eggs but this dude consumed 4 eggs STRAIGHT RAW and nothin happens to him

  • Alright pal, so am guessing you habe that pint as a post workout and drink rest bit by bit through day?
    Alot of liquid to consume in such a short period of time if not!

  • 5:39 never ever crack the egg direct on the edge of jug or glass.. salmonella live on the shell better rins with hot water or crack elsewhere

  • I have a ques for you everybody can’t afford organic steak and eggs in the morning what would be your alternative choice of foods for a healthier leaner lifestyle

  • All was good until you added the sugar. Mixing saturated fats and refined carbs is very detrimental to health regardless if you exercise.

  • You can put your other hand on top of the spout of the water jug then pull your hand away just before you drop the jug into the cooler.

  • Yeah terrible video. You explain nothing about what you did. You did not talk about it. You just trying to get people to buy your brand… not here bro.

  • I prefer raw eggs over any workout supplement. Remember, any supplement you take should be found in FOOD. It would work WITH the body, not outside the body.

  • Just getting started on building my body up this looks like a great idea, needing to get into shape for my job so I’ll give it a go

  • Thanks Ron. I really appreciate your help. It’s been very helpful with the start of my fitness journey. I look forward to learning more, and buying your products as a way of reaching my goals AND showing my appreciation.
    God bless you!

  • Not exaggerating when I tell you this:
    You have changed the way I have eggs after a work out.
    Omg, god Bless you, Bro.
    It’s so easy, so delicious and doesn’t require cooking or anything.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe

  • I would always drink raw eggs with my dad back in the 80s after we went running. We’d have three each. He used to mix mine with milk when i was very young at first. We did it for years. Neither of us got ill. He is 76 years old this year and still runs 7 miles a day out in the undulating countryside of north yorkshire. When i hear people whining about the texture and taste of raw eggs i automatically assume the were born in the 90s and grew up surrounded by bodybuilding shops filled with supplements.

  • I have read that if you eat raw eggs, the body can’t absorb more than 50% of the protein? Better with cooked eggs. http://www.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/ajpgi.1999.277.5.g935

  • Ron I’ve been researching nutritious foods, and eggs are some of the most unhealthiest food a person can eat. No disrespect, just FYI.

  • Soy. Hemp. Rice + peas. Bam. There’s all your amino acids in the right proportions. Easy. Not hard at all. In fact science has shown that the rice + pea protein blend has a better absorption rate than whey. Animal products are not better.

  • How do you consume eggs in your shake like that regularly, how do you avoid the risk of Salmonella? what type of eggs do you use?

  • You’re awesome! I love that you’re natural and down to earth…one question..can orange juice be used instead of the lemon and sugar? it covers both the sour and sweet..

  • You’re awesome! I love that you’re natural and down to earth…one question..can orange juice be used instead of the lemon and sugar? it covers both the sour and sweet..

  • Hi Alex, love your content but I’m afraid you’re misinformed about white rice being a slow digestive carb.

    Keep up the quality content!

  • Just a suggestion, ever consider cooking the chicken then the eggs so the eggs are flavoured with the “juice” from the chicken?:)

  • Ron I’ve been researching nutritious foods, and eggs are some of the most unhealthiest food a person can eat. No disrespect, just FYI.

  • U should try blending a mixed berry flavour energy drink with some milk bananas mango and 4 egg whites kind of like a protein drink pumped with caffeine

  • Is eating before my morning gym session bad/good.

    Side note: I feel better when I don’t eat and workout but I find I don’t gain weight as well/fast when I don’t eat. My metabolism is insanely fast.

  • I like Alpha m and his advice on things like style and just being a confident guy. His advice on things like nutrition is really lacking. Eggs are loaded with saturated fat and cholesterol which increase risk of heart disease. It’s definitely not a great post workout snack due to the complete lack of things like antioxidants which recude inflammation and help with recovery. Eggs actually cause an inflammatory response within the body just hours after consumption. That’s the last thing you want when trying to recover from an intense workout. If you look at almost any recent scientific study on nutrition, you’ll see that a lot of Alpha m’s advice on nutrition is just incorrect

  • Hey I’m 17 and jus starting to hit the gym and try to build muscle. I want to be lean and have some muscle but not be too big. I hshe some fat on me but not alot alot, does anyone have advice to build muscle (lean)

  • Hey alpha,
    Love you man. Started from 97 kg now at 91kg in 4 weeks.
    Why not put all the grooming products in a carry-bag? And, I can start saving for it 😉 (tiege hanley, tweezers, hair gel, etc etc)
    I hope you become international soon; need to find alpha products all over the world

  • Eggs are labeled as a Class 1 carcinogen. Which means they cause cancer just as much as cigarettes so i dont think eggs are really that good

  • Bhai please diet plan for a school boy

    And I want 6pack my age is 14+ so please make a video on six pack diet plan for a school boy please bro.

  • Is eating before my morning gym session bad/good.

    Side note: I feel better when I don’t eat and workout but I find I don’t gain weight as well/fast when I don’t eat. My metabolism is insanely fast.

  • How many egg do u have to eat to gained more muscle and what the proper time to eat it? It should be before work out, or after.? Do we realy have to add egg every meal?

  • So i am 15 year old and i workout 14:00 15:30 every day after school. And then after workout, i eat eggs for dinner, is this good? Or is the dinner too late?

  • Hey I’m 17 and jus starting to hit the gym and try to build muscle. I want to be lean and have some muscle but not be too big. I hshe some fat on me but not alot alot, does anyone have advice to build muscle (lean)

  • Try Tabata style Home Exercise No equipment needed. Result show in a week! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYtxbcvn5HmDnxeFnCikVe1JNQ2BEtAOX&fbclid=IwAR1VQUd5-FwbxtXV1KMuFz4KVDEq5T3r3rvLSldf_G5cy3PlK9DZiYtIgQE

  • Bro this video is very helpful and all the meals that u prep are perfect for post workout and bro please make a video on pre workout meals like this

  • Thanx a lot for the recipes
    They r easy n quick for a run. I wud suggest chicken frankie using chapati coated with egg instead of maida roti is healthy too n for French toast, 1 whole egg seasoned with salt n pepper for 1 slice of bread is filling too. Do try. Good vdo btw����.

  • How many egg do u have to eat to gained more muscle and what the proper time to eat it? It should be before work out, or after.? Do we realy have to add egg every meal?

  • Question: When you make eggs, should you add salt or any other seasoning? i’ve heard that salt breaks down the protein in eggs, is this true?

  • Not exaggerating when I tell you this:
    You have changed the way I have eggs after a work out.
    Omg, god Bless you, Bro.
    It’s so easy, so delicious and doesn’t require cooking or anything.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe

  • Truly great job yr. Seriously, I have searched many times for good home made recipes instead of brought supplements. And today get in touch with you bro.
    Love you. Keep it up ����.

  • 4 big tb spoon Oats, 2 banana, half cup tonned milk, handfull soaked dry fruits, 1 tb spoon cocoa powder(unsweetend) is good for post workout???

  • So It says I’m gonna die cause I ate raw cookie dough cause of the eggs but this dude consumed 4 eggs STRAIGHT RAW and nothin happens to him

  • Hey, alpham, what’s up?
    I’ve watched several of your videos and have found them instightful and useful.
    I have a regular job right now, so, I’m just above broke, but I also love be in Los Angeles so I want to look stylish in my own way but also keep to my budget. I what do you think I’m terms of a man bag? Like a side strap?

  • 5:39 never ever crack the egg direct on the edge of jug or glass.. salmonella live on the shell better rins with hot water or crack elsewhere

  • I have a ques for you everybody can’t afford organic steak and eggs in the morning what would be your alternative choice of foods for a healthier leaner lifestyle

  • good meal bro! keep up the tips vids!:) i liked and subscribed. hope this isn’t nagging but mind checking out my channel? keep killin it bro:)

  • You can put your other hand on top of the spout of the water jug then pull your hand away just before you drop the jug into the cooler.

  • Yeah terrible video. You explain nothing about what you did. You did not talk about it. You just trying to get people to buy your brand… not here bro.

  • I prefer raw eggs over any workout supplement. Remember, any supplement you take should be found in FOOD. It would work WITH the body, not outside the body.

  • Just getting started on building my body up this looks like a great idea, needing to get into shape for my job so I’ll give it a go

  • Thanks Ron. I really appreciate your help. It’s been very helpful with the start of my fitness journey. I look forward to learning more, and buying your products as a way of reaching my goals AND showing my appreciation.
    God bless you!

  • This bloke is truly doing a great job. There is nothing nobler and meaningful than helping and motivating people to stay fit and eat healthy.
    Keep going!!

  • I would always drink raw eggs with my dad back in the 80s after we went running. We’d have three each. He used to mix mine with milk when i was very young at first. We did it for years. Neither of us got ill. He is 76 years old this year and still runs 7 miles a day out in the undulating countryside of north yorkshire. When i hear people whining about the texture and taste of raw eggs i automatically assume the were born in the 90s and grew up surrounded by bodybuilding shops filled with supplements.

  • I have read that if you eat raw eggs, the body can’t absorb more than 50% of the protein? Better with cooked eggs. http://www.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/ajpgi.1999.277.5.g935

  • Surprisingly, in spite of ‘bad press’ raw eggs, organic or at least from a known source of healthy free-range chickens, are an excellent health tonic. The regular consumption of raw eggs will do wonders for your overall health. Exceptionally easy to digest, raw eggs provide a wonderful boost to the immune system, and a completely balanced nutritional package. A good immune system is one of several things the body needs to overcome cancer.
    Many people’s diets are deficient in high quality proteins and fats, and eggs are one the very best sources of these. Raw eggs have many benefits, they contain essential nutrients for the brain, nerves, glands and hormones, they are nutritionally balanced, and we highly recommend the addition of raw eggs to your nutritional programme. The sulphur amino acids help to keep you young, raw eggs also contain an abundance of other vital substances including protein, essential fatty acids along with niacin, riboflavin, biotin, choline, vitamins A, D and E, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, iron, iodine, copper, zinc and sulphur. Egg yolks are one of the few foods that contain vitamin D.

    Poisoning from salmonella has been exaggerated in the past. A study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2002 indicated that only…. 1 in every 30,000 eggs with salmonella. The bulk of these come from battery chicken eggs and chickens kept in unhealthy conditions only sick chickens lay salmonella contaminated eggs. If only healthy chicken eggs (organic and free range ideally) are consumed, then far less than one in 30,000 eggs are contaminated. Salmonella is a common micro-organism found almost everywhere, and is just as likely, or more likely, to proliferate on cooked food kept in the fridge. Infection is normally mild gastric symptoms, but in rare cases where the immune system is very low such in the elderly who have had much anti-biotic use, and the source is greatly contaminated, death can result. But such a person is highly likely to contract one of many common micro-organisms and die from that. To give some perspective, in the highly unusual situation of contracting Salmonella, in a healthy person, an infection is nothing to worry about and is easily treated with high quality pro-biotics every half an hour until you feel better.

    Raw Eggs and Cholesterol

    There is no danger from the cholesterol build up since 2/3 of cholesterol in the body is produced by the liver. The amount of cholesterol consumed in the diet does not relate to the amount of cholesterol deposited. Many studies have shown that the cholesterol in eggs does not raise cholesterol level in the body. Furthermore, eggs contain Lecithin, a valuable nutrient that helps the body to process fats and cholesterol.

    Eggs contain valuable fat needed to keep us healthy. On the other hand heated or processed fats are converted into Trans-fats toxic chemicals that harden in the body, around every cell and clog the circulation. Margarine contains an abundance of Trans-fats and is not part of a healthy diet. Do not be afraid of that natural product that has been eaten with no adverse effects for thousands of years, butter. The initial report that cholesterol in foods leads to health problems was released to the press without scientific validation, and has since been proven by hundreds of scientists and studies around the world to be completely false. The only benefits from the initial press release were to the margarine and vegetable oil industries.

    Raw Eggs and Biotin Deficiency

    Nature created an egg to be a balanced live food – as long as you eat the biotin rich yolk along with the white, there is no risk of a biotin deficiency.

    “Free range raw eggs (ideally from healthy chickens, including organically certified, even better are fertile eggs)are one of the best compact foods in nature. Eggs are the ultimate, complete fast food. However the protein in eggs is not utilised for cellular reproduction. They are utilised for regeneration and maintenance. The relationship between raw eggs and salmonella poisoning is a myth”

    Quote from the book “The Recipe for Living Without Disease” By Aajonus Vonderplanitz

    Eggs are remarkable for everyone especially the infirm. Three years ago a medical doctor called me on a Thursday evening about her 70 yr old female patient with emphysema. She explained that her patient had been mainly bed-ridden for two years, was on 100% oxygen and respiratory machines. She prognosed that her patient would die that weekend unless I could help. I told her that the only thing I thought might help at that late stage was eggs. I recommended that she get her patient 10 dozen raw eggs, and put them on her bed table. I suggested that she ask her patient to eat one as often as she could and that there was no limit. Very early Monday morning, I received a call from the patient. She told me that she was off the machines, out of bed and feeling stronger that she had in years. She had eaten 66 eggs over the weekend…….There is almost no taste and the egg, even big ones are easily swallowed. Generally, I find, 3 to 4 eggs taken in the morning are an important part of my well-being program. The cholesterol in raw eggs is not deposited in the arteries and is an essential nutrient for aiding health and well-being. The white of the egg has been said to interfere with biotin assimilation, but nature knows best by making the egg yolk very rich in biotin. The egg in its entirety is a very balanced food and only supports health and should be taken in its entirety, yolk and white together

  • So i am 15 year old and i workout 14:00 15:30 every day after school. And then after workout, i eat eggs for dinner, is this good? Or is the dinner too late?

  • How do you consume eggs in your shake like that regularly, how do you avoid the risk of Salmonella? what type of eggs do you use?

  • Alright pal, so am guessing you habe that pint as a post workout and drink rest bit by bit through day?
    Alot of liquid to consume in such a short period of time if not!

  • Perfect content! Nice proteins by the way. Is eggs and chicken breast are the perfect combos to eat everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner too?

  • Hi Alex, love your content but I’m afraid you’re misinformed about white rice being a slow digestive carb.

    Keep up the quality content!

  • Just a suggestion, ever consider cooking the chicken then the eggs so the eggs are flavoured with the “juice” from the chicken?:)

  • All was good until you added the sugar. Mixing saturated fats and refined carbs is very detrimental to health regardless if you exercise.

  • U should try blending a mixed berry flavour energy drink with some milk bananas mango and 4 egg whites kind of like a protein drink pumped with caffeine

  • Question: When you make eggs, should you add salt or any other seasoning? i’ve heard that salt breaks down the protein in eggs, is this true?

  • I like Alpha m and his advice on things like style and just being a confident guy. His advice on things like nutrition is really lacking. Eggs are loaded with saturated fat and cholesterol which increase risk of heart disease. It’s definitely not a great post workout snack due to the complete lack of things like antioxidants which recude inflammation and help with recovery. Eggs actually cause an inflammatory response within the body just hours after consumption. That’s the last thing you want when trying to recover from an intense workout. If you look at almost any recent scientific study on nutrition, you’ll see that a lot of Alpha m’s advice on nutrition is just incorrect

  • Perfect content! Nice proteins by the way. Is eggs and chicken breast are the perfect combos to eat everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner too?

  • Hey alpha,
    Love you man. Started from 97 kg now at 91kg in 4 weeks.
    Why not put all the grooming products in a carry-bag? And, I can start saving for it 😉 (tiege hanley, tweezers, hair gel, etc etc)
    I hope you become international soon; need to find alpha products all over the world

  • Eggs are labeled as a Class 1 carcinogen. Which means they cause cancer just as much as cigarettes so i dont think eggs are really that good

  • That’s all I eat…. No, seriously…. I blend 12 of them bad boys with 2 cups of raw milk every night before bed. I feel better then an orgasm.

  • Superb Work bro… But one thing.. All Your meals contains more carbs can you please do meals of 1:2 ratio meals.. Low carbs and high protein meals.. Thank you ��

  • That’s all I eat…. No, seriously…. I blend 12 of them bad boys with 2 cups of raw milk every night before bed. I feel better then an orgasm.

  • Surprisingly, in spite of ‘bad press’ raw eggs, organic or at least from a known source of healthy free-range chickens, are an excellent health tonic. The regular consumption of raw eggs will do wonders for your overall health. Exceptionally easy to digest, raw eggs provide a wonderful boost to the immune system, and a completely balanced nutritional package. A good immune system is one of several things the body needs to overcome cancer.
    Many people’s diets are deficient in high quality proteins and fats, and eggs are one the very best sources of these. Raw eggs have many benefits, they contain essential nutrients for the brain, nerves, glands and hormones, they are nutritionally balanced, and we highly recommend the addition of raw eggs to your nutritional programme. The sulphur amino acids help to keep you young, raw eggs also contain an abundance of other vital substances including protein, essential fatty acids along with niacin, riboflavin, biotin, choline, vitamins A, D and E, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, iron, iodine, copper, zinc and sulphur. Egg yolks are one of the few foods that contain vitamin D.

    Poisoning from salmonella has been exaggerated in the past. A study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2002 indicated that only…. 1 in every 30,000 eggs with salmonella. The bulk of these come from battery chicken eggs and chickens kept in unhealthy conditions only sick chickens lay salmonella contaminated eggs. If only healthy chicken eggs (organic and free range ideally) are consumed, then far less than one in 30,000 eggs are contaminated. Salmonella is a common micro-organism found almost everywhere, and is just as likely, or more likely, to proliferate on cooked food kept in the fridge. Infection is normally mild gastric symptoms, but in rare cases where the immune system is very low such in the elderly who have had much anti-biotic use, and the source is greatly contaminated, death can result. But such a person is highly likely to contract one of many common micro-organisms and die from that. To give some perspective, in the highly unusual situation of contracting Salmonella, in a healthy person, an infection is nothing to worry about and is easily treated with high quality pro-biotics every half an hour until you feel better.

    Raw Eggs and Cholesterol

    There is no danger from the cholesterol build up since 2/3 of cholesterol in the body is produced by the liver. The amount of cholesterol consumed in the diet does not relate to the amount of cholesterol deposited. Many studies have shown that the cholesterol in eggs does not raise cholesterol level in the body. Furthermore, eggs contain Lecithin, a valuable nutrient that helps the body to process fats and cholesterol.

    Eggs contain valuable fat needed to keep us healthy. On the other hand heated or processed fats are converted into Trans-fats toxic chemicals that harden in the body, around every cell and clog the circulation. Margarine contains an abundance of Trans-fats and is not part of a healthy diet. Do not be afraid of that natural product that has been eaten with no adverse effects for thousands of years, butter. The initial report that cholesterol in foods leads to health problems was released to the press without scientific validation, and has since been proven by hundreds of scientists and studies around the world to be completely false. The only benefits from the initial press release were to the margarine and vegetable oil industries.

    Raw Eggs and Biotin Deficiency

    Nature created an egg to be a balanced live food – as long as you eat the biotin rich yolk along with the white, there is no risk of a biotin deficiency.

    “Free range raw eggs (ideally from healthy chickens, including organically certified, even better are fertile eggs)are one of the best compact foods in nature. Eggs are the ultimate, complete fast food. However the protein in eggs is not utilised for cellular reproduction. They are utilised for regeneration and maintenance. The relationship between raw eggs and salmonella poisoning is a myth”

    Quote from the book “The Recipe for Living Without Disease” By Aajonus Vonderplanitz

    Eggs are remarkable for everyone especially the infirm. Three years ago a medical doctor called me on a Thursday evening about her 70 yr old female patient with emphysema. She explained that her patient had been mainly bed-ridden for two years, was on 100% oxygen and respiratory machines. She prognosed that her patient would die that weekend unless I could help. I told her that the only thing I thought might help at that late stage was eggs. I recommended that she get her patient 10 dozen raw eggs, and put them on her bed table. I suggested that she ask her patient to eat one as often as she could and that there was no limit. Very early Monday morning, I received a call from the patient. She told me that she was off the machines, out of bed and feeling stronger that she had in years. She had eaten 66 eggs over the weekend…….There is almost no taste and the egg, even big ones are easily swallowed. Generally, I find, 3 to 4 eggs taken in the morning are an important part of my well-being program. The cholesterol in raw eggs is not deposited in the arteries and is an essential nutrient for aiding health and well-being. The white of the egg has been said to interfere with biotin assimilation, but nature knows best by making the egg yolk very rich in biotin. The egg in its entirety is a very balanced food and only supports health and should be taken in its entirety, yolk and white together

  • Hey, alpham, what’s up?
    I’ve watched several of your videos and have found them instightful and useful.
    I have a regular job right now, so, I’m just above broke, but I also love be in Los Angeles so I want to look stylish in my own way but also keep to my budget. I what do you think I’m terms of a man bag? Like a side strap?