Cholesterol? Yum! Give me more!
A normal person needs at least 900-1200 mg cholesterol every day in order to stay healthy.
Cholesterol is in the membrane of every single cell and you have to maintain and build up cells every single day. If the cholesterol will disappear from your cells – you will, too.
One egg brings on average about 300 mg of cholesterol. Your liver will have to make the rest from whatever you give to him, spending some precious energy, of course, your choice.
My choice breakfast today:
Break gently with the knife the shell of 7-8 quail eggs (today this was the best choice in the store. Could have been better, the white still runns all over the pan, but hey, smile and enjoy, it is still the best food out there).
Let them sizzle for few seconds, watch the white coagulate and let yourself admire it and feel grateful for this life blessing.
In a way or other I try to eat my eggs every day. I grew up like this and after learning in the medical school about all the good things in eggs, I treasured them even more.
According to those smarty weight measuring machines the personal trainers in Gyms want you to listen and pay attention to, my internal fat is 1 or 2, which is ideal.
So of course I tell you from my life long butter and egg well fed heart – treasure eggs and eat them freely when you feel like it, the way you feel like it. (Of course, the best way is raw yolk and cooked white).