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Old April 6th, 2006, 05:07 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Which is healthier:

1. The White of a Boiled Egg
2. White Omelet (provided you make this with very little oil, like one
spraying of PAM)

Mahurshi Akilla

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Old April 6th, 2006, 06:45 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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3, none of the above

IMHO: the healthiest would be a yellow omelet made with coconut oil...

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Which is healthier:

1. The White of a Boiled Egg
2. White Omelet (provided you make this with very little oil, like one
spraying of PAM)

Mahurshi Akilla



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Old April 6th, 2006, 07:05 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Which is healthier:

1. The White of a Boiled Egg
2. White Omelet (provided you make this with very little oil, like one
spraying of PAM)

Mahurshi Akilla


I use Egg White powder from Rose Acre Farms,
4Tb powder in 1 cup water = 1/2 of my diet's daily protein (48g)
cook a 1/2 cup of chopped celery, jalapeno pepper in a 10" teflon pan for a
few
minutes then pour the cup of egg whites over,
put some slices of Italian tomato on top and cook 5 min..
makes a great Italian Frittata (omelet) 200 calories

I also use 4 shakes of Turmeric blended in the 1 cup liquid egg white
to make it yellow like a omelet using whole eggs.
compare my Frittata's 48g protein vs. the 3-4 grams protein in your omelet..




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Old April 6th, 2006, 07:28 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Cubit wrote:
3, none of the above

IMHO: the healthiest would be a yellow omelet made with coconut oil...

Only if you're looking to increase your saturated fats and cholesterol
intake...





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Which is healthier:

1. The White of a Boiled Egg
2. White Omelet (provided you make this with very little oil, like one
spraying of PAM)

Mahurshi Akilla


 




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