Hard-boiled eggs are nature’s perfect muscle-building snack.Here’s how to make ones that don’t suck. You better believe there are a right way and a wrong way to hard boil an egg. I’m reminded of the wrong way every time I eat one that I didn’t make. Rubbery outside. Bluish-gray inside. Absolutely disgusting. This is a shame because as far as I’m concerned, eggs are nature’s perfect food. Loaded with protein, high-quality fat, and nutrients with extra-long names (phosphatidylcholine), hardboiled eggs are the perfect muscle-building snack when you’re feeling lazy. Have two or three with some carrots, bread peace, and nuts and you’ve got yourself a decent meal.
Eggs contain about 6 grams of high quality protein, so high that it is used as the standard by which other foods are measured. Eggs are also a rich source of vitamins, including A, E and K and a range of B vitamins such as B12 (energy), riboflavin and folic acid. Eggs also contain all eight essential amino acids needed for optimal muscle recovery and building valuable minerals like calcium, zinc and iron.
The white part of the egg contains no fat what so ever, on the other hand, the yolk of an egg (yellow) contains about 5 grams of fat BUT only a small proportion of this is saturated fat (Bad Fat) – about 1.6 grams. Eggs contain cholesterol but it is generally accepted that dietary cholesterol does not raise blood cholesterol levels. Eggs are easily digested and absorbed and are extremely useful in ensuring a balanced diet for us.
3 EGG WHITES AND 2 YOLKS IN THE MORNING WILL PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY THE BODY WITH
– 14 grams of protein
– Zero carbohydrates
– 2.7 grams of fat 1.4 grams of that is unsaturated fat (good fats)
– 85 calories
Enjoy eggs and keep building muscles and stay healthy.
Dr. RANDHIR HASTIR