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3 Eggs Daily

by Cheryl Moreo

What breakfast food contains only one ingredient, is high in protein, contains much-needed choline and lutein, and has no carbs and no sugar?

Yes, it’s the EGG. One large egg has varying amounts of 13 essential vitamins and minerals, high-quality protein, and only 70 calories.

Via- The Incredible Egg

The science is clear that up to 3 eggs daily are perfectly safe for healthy people.


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According to, “The science is clear that up to 3 whole eggs per day are perfectly safe for healthy people. Summary:  Eggs consistently raise HDL (the “good”) cholesterol. For 70% of people, there is no increase in total or LDL cholesterol. Some people may experience a mild increase in a benign subtype of LDL.”

You can read the full blog post at:

Eggs and Cholesterol — How Many Eggs Can You Safely Eat?


Here are some egg recipes for those of us who want our 3 eggs daily.


Elise Bauer Poached Eggs

Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes shows you various methods of poaching your eggs. Easy Poached Eggs

Poached Eggs made easy

If you enjoy your eggs microwaved, here is how I fix microwaved poached eggs using a Pampered Chef ceramic egg poacher. Microwave Cook Poached Eggs    


Scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese and ham

This is my favorite recipe for Scrambled Eggs with Cheddar for Two


instant pot eggs

Maybe you want a quick-grab breakfast or snack. Then, grab your Instant Pot and fix yourself some hard-boiled eggs. Here is the 411 on the perfect hard-boiled egg by Gina Rae Mitchell:   Instant Pot Eggs


These are just some of my favorite recipes and techniques. There are lots more recipes to be found by searching the internet. Whether you use one of these methods of cooking or eat eggs in a frittata, omelet, or quiche, science says you are eating a high-protein food. I think I will go have one of my three allowed eggs. What about you? Comment in the block below.

What Goes Good with Eggs?

Coffee! Read my post about coffee.

For More Reading on the Goodness of Eggs

Gerald Paul of has written a thorough article on the Health Effects of Eggs.

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