After years of bad press, new studies show that eggs have been give a bum rap. If eggs are served without fatty sausage or bacon, no buttery toast, and cooked without fat,
eggs are actually quite nutritious and safe. It’s easy to boil an egg, or “fry” in a non-stick pan with a cover and a spoon or so of water.
Don’t rule out the toast. And even a small amount of butter or margarine can help prevent hunger between meals. But be
very careful to avoid margarine made with hydrogenated oils or “trans fatty acids”.
Don’t make deviled eggs with mayonnaise, but try low fat yogurt instead.
Omelets made with eggs and tofu, no cheese, can be tasty.
Boiled eggs, perhaps pickled in vinegar and salt water, can be a good meal or snack for warding off hunger.
Prepared intelligently, eggs are a great source of protein, vitamins, minerals, and can fight hunger better than sugary cereals or breakfast rolls.
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