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Number of eggs per day
I eat 6-7 whole egg per day, 3at morning , 3 after work out, 1or 2 with dinner,is it safe to have that much eggs.
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Hello Its not safe and specially if are taking whole eggs Daily 1 egg yolk is allowed Avoid many eggs
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No it's not safe. Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you
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Hello, It depends on your total protein intake. If you are already taking other protein sources then you might want to reduce the amount of eggs intake and if you are not having any other protein source then you can have 6/7 egg whites.
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Yes it’s safe if you taking only whites . If you are allergic to protein etc . Eating that much whole eggs are not healthy at all . Chat directly for proper guidance and help
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