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Egg Yolks Suck, Toss 'em Out!

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Uploaded on Jun 28, 2010

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I sure chose an unpopular topic! The video that would have become a youtube viral hit would have been "Bulk Up With Egg Yolks!". Thats what people want to hear, its easier to live in a fantasy world :( People just dont want´╗┐ to hear the unpleasant truth.

In my last video I showed you how to make a healthy egg white ScoobyScramble meal in 3 minutes, boy did I get a lot of flak from egg lovers for throwing out all the egg yolks. In this video I want to explain myself and hopefully get you to toss your egg yolks too. There are two great reasons to toss the yolks, calories and pesticides.

1) calories

1 large egg has 71 calories, The yolk has 100% of the fat and 75% of the calories but only 34% of the protein. The yolk is a bad nutritional bargain. If you are interested in slimming your waistline, stay away from egg yolks!

yolk 3g pro 5g fat 54 cals (2 sat fat) 75% from fat!
white 4g pro 0g fat 16 cals
total 6g pro 5g fat 71 cals 63% from fat

2) pesticides
Poltry products along with beef and dairy are the #1 most contaminated food source in America acording to prevention magazine. Many chemical pesticides are fat-soluble and accumulate in the fatty tissue of animals, like the egg yolk. Animal feed that contains animal products compounds the accumulation, which is directly passed to you! Unless you are willing to pay the premium for organic eggs, you are getting massive amounts of pesticides.

Want to read what Prevention magazine has to say about poultry products in America? Here is the article:

http://www.prevention.com/health/nutr...

Another interesting study about "free range" eggs and contaminants
http://www.panna.org/legacy/gpc/gpc_2...

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