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The nutrition facts on a carton of Egg Beaters list no fat, no cholesterol, and less than half the calories of a large egg. But direct your eyes to the ingredients list, says Lauren O’Connor, R.D., owner of Nutri-Savvy in Los Angeles. "They add sugar and fillers, including gums and 'natural flavors,' for taste and texture consistency," she says. They also fortify the formula since the nutrient-rich yolk is removed, but why go for something created in a lab when you can get the same nutrition naturally? “Not only do real eggs offer plenty of protein, their yolks contain carotenoids; vitamins A, D, E, and K; a host of B vitamins, and DHA (an essential omega 3 fatty acid), all important nutrients for your vision, heart, brain, and bones," O'Connor says. And if recent headlines have you are worried that eating eggs could be as bad for you as smoking, don’t be. They’re not!
9 times quality is far more important than calorie count
9 times the quality of your food is far more important than calorie count.
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