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    egg whites

    hey
    when people talk about egg whites as a source of protein do they mean raw or cooked. does cooking food or eggs ruin or mess with the type or quality of its protein? thanks
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    ps one more thing, is all the bad stuff like cholesterol and fats located in the yolk of the egg. is the white 100% protein?

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    Cooked egg white has about 5 grams of protein. Yolk is fat and cholesterol however current research says that the cholesterol in eggs does not raise your serum cholesterol and that cholesterol levels are mostly genetic. After reading this I asked my MD who said true according to the a.m.a.

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    1 large egg white = 16.6 cals/3.5g pro/.4 carbs

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    1 Whole egg = 75cal, 6.3g protein, .6g carbs, 5g fat

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    Oh yeah, Pete?

    You think you're so smart?

    What's the square root of the amount of protein in 28 oz of top round steak divided by the amount of sat fat in 16 1/2 TB of natural peanut butter plus the amount of calories burned while playing a 1/2 hour of tennis against Pete Sampras minus the amount of carbs in 14 64 oz Slurpees from 7-11 times the amount of calories in 6,019 heads of iceberg lettuce? hmmmmm?


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    You can have them either way ... The main thing regarding cooked or not is Salmonella ... You must be careful ... That aint a fun illness , But I have eaten plenty of raw eggs , just lucky I guess , I do make sure they are very fresh and I don't let them stay around the fridge too long. Always keep refridgerated ... If your not dieting here is a great drink ,,,

    10 oz OJ
    4-6 egg whites ( raw ) depending on size
    2-4 oz milk
    2 tbl sp Sugar or sub/ sweetner to taste
    splash of Vanilla extract ...
    some Ice and blend frothy .... MMMMMMMM

    you wont even know there is egg whites in there ..

    way too many carbs for a pre contest diet btw .. But a maintenance and/or a gain would be nice early in the day ... good luck

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    ...are we talking medium, large, extra large, or jumbo eggs? How many can you eat before you begin to drive people away?

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    Originally posted by dumbells101
    ...are we talking medium, large, extra large, or jumbo eggs? How many can you eat before you begin to drive people away?
    My numbers were for the large ones.

    I eat a minimum of 20 egg whites per day and have no problems.

    I should put this in the recipe area but:

    1/2 c oatmeal
    4 egg whites
    1 whole egg

    mix it together and cook them like pancakes. if you want you can add SF syrup or regular if you don't care about the sugar/cals or do like i do and put some PB on top (like it's regular butter)

    That's for a mini-meal. Just go to

    1 c oatmeal
    8 egg whites
    2 whole eggs

    for a real meal.

    And you can always use all egg whites or more yolks depending on where you're at diet wise.

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    Originally posted by primodonna
    Oh yeah, Pete?

    You think you're so smart?

    What's the square root of the amount of protein in 28 oz of top round steak divided by the amount of sat fat in 16 1/2 TB of natural peanut butter plus the amount of calories burned while playing a 1/2 hour of tennis against Pete Sampras minus the amount of carbs in 14 64 oz Slurpees from 7-11 times the amount of calories in 6,019 heads of iceberg lettuce? hmmmmm?

    176 Wait....174....I was thinking of Andre Agassi.

    Pete

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    Originally posted by Bert


    176 Wait....174....I was thinking of Andre Agassi.

    Pete
    That was supposed to be MY smart ass answer but, when Bert gets home from work she logs on (since I'm usually on throughout the day) so I ALWAYS respond to posts without first checking who's logged on. Damn

    Pete

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    Primo the answer is:::::: drum roll: 21. Sorry pete didn't mean to give the answer away.. I know you knew that one right?
    Last edited by Sicilian30; 10-10-2001 at 03:55 PM.

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    Primodonna, 176....174.... you sure that isn't you weight?

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    If I eat 20 egg whites I would kill everyone in the building by a terrible death!!

    Eggs do not lose any protein value through being cooked.

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    Originally posted by bigtraps
    Primodonna, 176....174.... you sure that isn't you weight?
    uhh...no i don't weigh 176 or 174

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    Hell I eat eggs just about anything I cook.. Course they don't give me the "winds" as everyone else says.. maybe I just have a F?cked up metabolism.. Egg samiches are awesome.. in fact, I think I gerin to make one now..

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    Eggs abd theie caloric amount

    According to "The Protien Counter " by Annette B. NAtow (Phd. R.D.) and Jo-Ann Heslin, M.A. R.D. 2 egg scrambled has
    200 cals
    2 carbs
    15 grams fat
    13 grams protien

    Cute answer primodonna.

    Oh look right above the eggs. Anybody want to know the cloric intake of ell????

    fresh cooked 375 cals
    0 carbs
    13 g fat
    20 g protien
    Kinda gross huh?
    IC
    Last edited by Tobey; 10-13-2001 at 10:30 PM.

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    Iron I puked just thinking about it.. but hell Rocky did it? okay, well that was a show.. (note to self)

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    Tobey what the hell is ell????

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    A real big slimy thing that lives in the ocean

    Originally posted by Billy Boy
    Tobey what the hell is ell????

    It just happened to be right above Eggs in my calorie book.
    Never tried it before, don't think that I want to to be honest.
    IC

    Althoough it would have the consitency of raw eggs, Hmmmm.

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    One small point raw eggs white contain avidin which deactives the body natural biotin therefore supplementation of biotin is necessary. The negative of this biotin problem is impairment of fat metabolism and exhaustion.

    Biotin is normally included in a B Complex.

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    is anyone else impressed with Ms. Figure's answers? Maybe it is just me?

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