I hope I posted this in the right section of goneraw. If not, please let me know.
I've been thinking a lot... the only reasons I have for not eating eggs are:
1. they have a lot of cholesterol in them.
2. lots of fat
3. lots of protein
4. a vegan does not eat eggs.
It seems to me that #1 is beat because I've read a lot of articles that talk about cholesterol... how that the body really needs it. If you do not eat cholesterol, your liver produces it (because you are dead without it). Dr. Mercola says that eggs help lower your cholesterol, and that any time you consume carbohydrates (like grains), your liver produces more of it. Now, fats are very, very good for you and I would not be afraid of it. The protein is also good. As for #4, I would simply have to not call myself a vegan.
I would just want to know what you think. Seems eggs are very nutritious, but I've been afraid of them. Where is the Truth? Also, for those here who do consume eggs, how do you do so? Raw, soft boiled, etc? If you eat them raw, then how do you do that?
I've also been wondering about Organic Raw Grass Fed Cow Milk, what is wrong with that??
I just want some truth. So you guy's can straighten me out.