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For a long time already, people have been asking themselves whether eating eggs during dieting is recommended. The second dilemma is whether it is healthy. It is undeniable that eggs contain a lot of nutrients, and that they make you feel full quickly, which is why they are often valued during weight loss regimes. However, what about the cholesterol? Experts say that there is no danger if we consume one egg per day, not more than 4 times per week.
Eggs are a complete foodstuff. They contain about 80 calories, important amino acids, minerals and vitamins, especially vitamin B. Eggs can make you feel much fuller than similar meals that have the same amount of calories, but more carbohydrates. It is true though, that eggs do contain a lot of cholesterol – about 185mg per egg, in average. Some new research suggests that eggs do not have a negative effect on people’s health, but that they can be dangerous for people who suffer from diabetes or cardiovascular diseases.
It is important to state again that 2 eggs per day are too much, you should stop at one. When making an omelette, you can add the egg white, because it is rich in proteins, in contrast to the yolk which is full of cholesterol.
Eggs & Dieting – Instructions
This diet is not to be held for more than 3 days, and it is not recommended for people who suffer from high cholesterol.
Breakfast: 1 non fat yogurt, 2 kiwis, a spoon of honey
Lunch: 2 boiled eggs, boiled carrot, 1 tomato, 2 pieces of whole wheat bread
Snack: 1 orange
Dinner: Mushroom soup
Breakfast: A cup of coffee and most with marmalade
Snack: 1 kiwi
Lunch: Omelette, 2 pieces of whole wheat bread
Snack: 1 apple
Dinner: Fish and boiled vegetables
Breakfast: Carrot juice, 4 pieces of toast
Snack: 2 mandarines
Lunch: 2 fried eggs, 2 pieces of whole grain bread
Dinner: Steak, mixed salad, 2 pieces of whole grain bread