The Truth About Eggs - Should we eat eggs or not ?

Discussion in 'Vegetarian Forum' started by garry420, Sep 21, 2015.

  1. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    There are two types of food.
    The first - eat me, the second - do not eat me. First, you guessed it - just fruit and vegetables which are growing out of the ground. Another thing, is that which is born of the flesh. The animals themselves do not agree to be eaten. They run, they resist, they scratch - they are affected. Egg is a product of the activity of living beings - it doesn't run, it doesn't squeak, but this is flesh, regardless of whether it's fertilized or not.

    In India, there is a very good system, approved at the state level. Each icon is a food product. Green circle - vegetarian product. Red circle - non-vegetarian. So, all products containing egg, there is a red circle. Many modern scholars converge on the idea that eggs are not healthy food for the human body, since this "liquid flesh" is decomposed in the human gut even faster than meat. In addition to bacteria and the toxins that appear, the nature of the egg is that it contains a lot of cholesterol, which is problematic for humans. Eggs are embryonated by nature, and are not meant to be eaten. The elements contained in the eggs (especially protein) can be obtained easily, and in a harmless way, by means of purely vegetarian food. The outstanding American dietitian, Herbert Shelton, author of "Perfect food" states:"You should never give your child eggs, especially before 7 -8 years old. At this age, children have no power to neutralize the toxins formed in the product. " What's the harm in eating eggs in food?

    1) The use of the eggs leads to an excess of harmful cholesterol. Eggs beat all records for the content of cholesterol, the excess of which is becoming the cause of many diseases. Eggs contain about twice as much cholesterol than in cheese, and three times more than the fat. In one egg, depending on the size, it contains 215-275 mg of cholesterol. Cardiologists strongly recommend that people with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, reduce their daily intake of cholesterol to 200 mg. The use of any animal products (especially meat and eggs) will inevitably lead to the accumulation of harmful cholesterol. For humans, dangerous ,(LDL) cholesterol is formed of food of animal origin. The good cholesterol (HDL) is formed only from plant food. The cholesterol content of eggs is 23 times higher than in chicken meat (20 mg cholesterol per 100 g of chicken, and the cholesterol content of 460 mg per 100 g of the egg yolk)

    2) Use of eggs leads to early death from heart attack and stroke. Our body, unlike the predator organism is not able to adjust the content of animal fat and cholesterol. And since eggs contain excess cholesterol, the blood vessels of the human become badly clogged and this often leads to death from heart attacks. Experts from Harvard Medical School said that eating eggs increases the risk of dying prematurely in middle-aged men by 23%. The fact that cholesterol, which is contained in large amounts in egg contributes to the formation of fatty plaques in the blood vessels. Diabetic patients are particularly at risk: consumption of large quantities of eggs increases their risk of death from heart attack and stroke by 2 times. Professor at the University of Western Ontario (Canada), David Spence, said that eggs are very harmful product. A group of specialists headed by Professor Spence conducted a large-scale study to determine how the number of eggs consumed affects the health of patients, and found a steady increase in atherosclerotic events, heart attacks and strokes, reported EvroSMI.

    3) Use of eggs leads to the development of Type II diabetes. Physicians Harvard University found that eating eggs is able to push to develop Type II diabetes. These conclusions are based on a 25-year study of dietary habits and disease risk, which was attended by over 20 thousand. Men and more than 36 thousand Women. Prior to that, the connection between egg consumption and diabetes has not been established. During the period of scientific observation at 1921 men and 2112 women were diagnosed with diabetes. It appeared that they had too many eggs in the daily diet and this increased their cholesterol blood glucose. Analyzing the data, doctors at Harvard University, recommended to limit the consumption of eggs to not more than 2-3 times a week. (Eds. - It should be understood that the intake of 10 eggs per week or one does not have a big difference in any case the product is harmful to health and only leads to a dosage of slow or fast disastrous results).

    4) Eggs - vectors is hazardous to human parasites . Many poultry farms are developing a variety of harmful bacteria and parasites. And eggs are easy to absorb them through open pores. The most well-known bacterium Salmonella is considered. Shops with eggs represent a considerable threat to human health, as the farms feed the chickens with countless antibiotics, pesticides and other chemicals. From raw eggs, humans can easily become infected with salmonella - an acute intestinal infection. Salmonella bacteria can get into the egg of a sick chicken that live and die within 1-2 years in small cages at the poultry farms or in villages. Nutritionists recommend to wash your hands if you took up the eggs, because it is believed that the bacteria parasites can be both inside and outside of eggs.

    5) Eggs cause allergies in children. Scientists and doctors do not recommend to give raw eggs for small children, the elderly, sick people and pregnant women. Nearly every child from birth is allergic to eggs or intuitively does not want to eat them, because it is open to the inner knowing that all living beings are on Earth. The animals do not need to learn what to eat and what is not. These, unlike humans, not suffering from diseases. So maybe we should listen to the inner voice, or try to get rid of the imposed program that we instilled a consumer society?

    Say no to eggs!
  2. deafAncient

    deafAncient New Member

    Wow! You know about Herbert Shelton! Wow! I studied Natural Hygiene by Life Science Institute when the course was sold by Feeling Fit For Life in Austin. I worked there as the Inventory Manager from late 94 to end of 96.

    Would you please tell me about the link between health/medical knowledge from India and the Natural Hygiene course in question? I would like to establish whether I was definitely exposed to the health perspectives from India. I did find the word ahiṃsa in the text of the course material, but didn't make the connection at the time. This course is what made me vegetarian for 22 years and vegan for around 17 of these years (11 years continuously this time). During the time I was not vegan after 5 years, I only ate the cheeses and rarely the butter. I couldn't stand the milk or the eggs. Oddly enough, cheese was the deal breaker in the first 15 months of my being vegetarian. It was really hard, and it took about 5 years to finally break it again for good.

    Keep posting these topics here. Most people do not know about this, even Hindus. I always have to ask during prasāda which items to choose from are vegan, and they, for some reason think that vegan means absolutely no oils used at all, like various vegetable oils. I have to correct them every week, as they have a different group serving sometimes.

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