Eggs

How many eggs are actually good for me? For a long time, opinions differed when it came to determining a recommended consumption level for eggs. Eggs were thought to have a negative effect on cholesterol levels. In fact, the recommended amount of eggs is not based on cholesterol at all, but on the inflammatory parameters in the blood. There is a lot of omega-6 fatty acid (arachidonic acid) in egg yolks, which is highly inflammatory. Healthy people with low inflammation levels could eat eggs daily without harming themselves. However, if the inflammatory parameters are elevated, you should really pay attention to the weekly amount of eggs. 

Your Metabolic Balance nutrition plan will tell you how many eggs are ideal for you.