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Egg allergy: What foods should be avoided?

Egg allergy: What foods should be avoided?
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If you have an egg allergy, then you know how important it is to avoid foods that contain eggs. Eggs are a common ingredient in many foods, so it can be difficult to know which foods to avoid. In this article, we will discuss the most common foods that contain eggs and provide a list
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Does eating eggs increase your cholesterol?

Does eating eggs increase your cholesterol?
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There are many myths about food that we hear on a daily basis. One of these is the idea that eggs raise your cholesterol levels. But what does science say about this? Let’s take a closer look at eggs and cholesterol to find out. What is cholesterol and what does it do in the body?
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Can you reheat eggs in the microwave?

Can you reheat eggs in the microwave?
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Eggs are a popular food all over the world, with their high protein content and versatility in meals and recipes. While others consume their cooked egg dishes in one sitting, you might be wondering whether pre-prepared eggs can be kept as leftovers and reheated to eat later. This post covers some of the factors to
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How many eggs can be eaten a day on a keto diet?

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Fasting is a time-honored ritual that entails abstinence from or limited food intake. It has been practiced for millennia for both spiritual and medical reasons. Fasting has grown in popularity as a weight-loss strategy in recent years. An egg fast is a short-term eating plan that consists of primarily eggs, cheese, and butter. It’s a
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Can you freeze egg yolks?

Can you freeze egg yolks?
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Yes, egg yolks can be frozen. Freezing egg yolks  is a great way to make them last longer and not waste any of the good stuff inside. The egg whites can be frozen as well if you are planning on making meringue or angel food cake, but can not use all the eggs at once.
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Eight cracking facts about eggs

Eight cracking facts about eggs
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Krasula/Shutterstock Hazel Flight, Edge Hill University One of life’s true miracles, the humble egg is maybe one of the most versatile foodstuffs on the planet. It’s formed in 24 to 26 hours and hens can lay up to 250 eggs a year. The incredible egg is pure protein and there are numerous (both sweet and
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Six things you should know if you are considering freezing your eggs

Six things you should know if you are considering freezing your eggs
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nevodka/Shutterstock.com Kylie Baldwin, De Montfort University An increasing number of women are freezing their eggs, according to the latest data from the UK’s fertility industry regulator, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. However, there is little guidance for women who are considering preserving their eggs. I have tried to redress this lack of advice here,
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Settling the debate about whether eggs are good for you

Settling the debate about whether eggs are good for you
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Eggs are an inexpensive source of high quality protein, as well as being rich in minerals and vitamins. Christopher/Flickr Malcolm Riley, CSIRO Eating egg yolks is similar to smoking for the damage it does to your arteries, according to a Canadian study published in the scientific journal Atherosclerosis. But how seriously should you take this
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