jimmylesante wrote:-eat eggwhites or proline/lysine try to get 5 grams at a day
why only egg whites? That is dated . Plus half the protein is found in the yolk anyway and the whole food is complimentary....the fat nd protein need each other to be eaten at the same time to be ingested better.
jimmylesante wrote:AA is only high in non-organic eggs.
But throwing away the yolk you are wasting the good stuff.
AA is only inflammatory if you don't have enough Omega 3 which are also found in the egg yolk.
jimmylesante wrote:..the fat nd protein need each other to be eaten at the same time to be ingested better.
zarfas wrote:jimmylesante wrote:1 I buy eggwhites from bulk warehousea and they are a cheap/easy form of protein and lysine/proline
I take organically fed free range eggs for their high phospatidylcholine content (above a gram per egg) and other nutrients. Helped me to heal my NAFDL. Couldn't observe any of the labs worsening mentioned by zarfas from eating 2 per day, .
pamojja wrote:The no. 1 reason I would avoid egg-whites. Not to talk about the much higher fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides with animal food where all these synthetic poisons accumulate. With the bonus that organically raised eggs are still cheap - compared with the amount of high quality protein and nutrients one can get.
pamojja wrote:With the bonus that organically raised eggs are still cheap - compared with the amount of high quality protein and nutrients one can get.
zarfas wrote: because the protein is so easy to get without tag along fats
zarfas wrote:(my relatives work at the USDA and laugh at the word,"organic" saying it carries little, if any, meaning)
[/quote]jimmylesante wrote:..the fat nd protein need each other to be eaten at the same time to be ingested better.
zarfas wrote:Sometikmes I wonder if english is your second language
pamojja wrote:zarfas wrote:Sometikmes I wonder if english is your second language
You've been long enough on this forum to know that english is my second language, and that I don't cite industry financed research only. As you seem to do if it confirms your views.
pamojja wrote:The microbiome is easily tested and thereby one can have a clear proof how one's diet is affecting it. I did and its results showed exceptional diversity and overlap with the healthy population tested. If you did, and indeed only ate conventionally raised foods, yours would most probably show much less diversity, or even dysbiosis.
pamojja wrote:Of course, there isn't evidence that your way of eating will in every case lead to chronic disease. Only you would know in time. .
zarfas wrote:you'd be a great example of why I dont feel the need to explain stuff without being asked about it
you are all about a high fat diet and wont even look at the high nitrate, low fat diet stuff..
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