I don't see any reason not to...other than 'boredom". But that comes with overdoing any food! I prefer to switch up what I eat as often as possible, so that I'm getting a wider variety of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, etc.
Patti "The only thing we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us." Gandalf: Lord of the Rings
current weight: 138.1
Fitness Minutes: (89,082)
10/26/17 10:26 A
I know governments got rid of all cholesterol limits 2 years a go when they found out food did not raise cholesterol. The only bad fat they found out was trans fat. The new limit on eggs was changed to 6 eggs per. week, most internet sites at the grocery store lists for eggs tell you all the nutrition in them. The free range are most times not the best because it is 1-2 hours daily & without proper food. The chickens that are open range have much less cholesterol,more Omegas, more vitamin A & other vitamins, if you buy the best or have your own then you should be able to eat 2 per. day related to the difference in nutrition about 3-4 times more Omegas & 1/3 the amount of cholesterol in them. The cheapest eggs I get where I live when on sale are $2.40 for 12 large, if not on sale could be $3.00. The healthiest eggs I can buy are $4.50 for 12, while the most expensive are $6.50 for 12.
I have pleurisy, 3 types of anemia from Iron,folic acid,other vitamins not working,chronic pneumonia,chronic kidney disease and low blood pressure & blood clots in both lungs for 3 years..I am 55 years old. I had 6 operations recently. I had cervical cancer 6 years ago, no signs last 3 years as well.
Pounds lost: 34.0
Fitness Minutes: (26,096)
8/30/17 12:42 A
"We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand." ~ Randy Pausch
"There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstance permit. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results." ~ Art Turock
"We have a saying in Tibet: If a problem can be solved, there is no use worrying about it. If it can't be solved, worrying will do no good." ~ 7 Years in T
Definitely! Most people are fine eating eggs every day. I have no problems with them and am glad because they are an inexpensive protein source. Last week, I bought 4 dozen for 49 cents each at my local grocery store.
Meghan in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
June Minutes: 2,184
Fitness Minutes: (356,927)
17,075 8/6/17 10:01 P
I normally eat one egg in the mornings as part of my breakfast nearly every day. With it, I will have veggies, one slice of toast or one tortilla sometimes, every once in a while some turkey bacon, or rice instead of the toast or tortilla. I usually always have fruit in the mornings with breakfast whether I have eggs or something else.
Once in a while, I will cook with an egg in a soup or a rice dish for lunch or dinner, but this is only occasionally. If I am out to eat, and I order a breakfast dish that has eggs, I only eat part of the eggs, since they often serve 2-3 and I can only eat one. If I eat more than that during a meal, I lose my taste for it. I find that if I eat something different for breakfast, like cereal or oatmeal with toast, etc., I do not stay full and am hungry again in an hour or two. If I eat an egg, I normally stay full until lunch time. Thanks for your input!