Eggs

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I can’t get my son to eat eggs. He doesn’t like them no matter how they are prepared-scrambled, boiled or fried. I haven’t tried poaching it but I know I will have the same result. How can I convince him that eggs are good for him? How can I make them appetizing for him?

  1. Incredibly Nutritious
  2. High in Cholesterol, but Don’t Adversely
    Affect Blood Cholesterol
  3. Raise HDL (The “Good”) Cholesterol
  4. Contain Choline — an Important Nutrient
    That Most People Don’t Get Enough Of
  5. Are Linked to a Reduced Risk of Heart
    Disease
  6. Contain Lutein and Zeaxanthin —
    Antioxidants That Have Major Benefits for
    Eye Health
  7. Omega-3 or Pastured Eggs Lower
    Triglycerides
  8. High in Quality Protein, With All the
    Essential Amino Acids in the Right Ratios
  9. Don’t Raise Your Risk of Heart Disease
    and May Reduce the Risk of Stroke
  10. Are Filling and Tend to Make You Eat
    Fewer Calories, Helping You Lose Weight

Second, I have to find a way to prepare it to his liking. That’s going to be a big challenge but somewhere out there, is a recipe that just might do the trick. Here’s hoping!

I wrote this in 2018 when my son was still alive. Sadly, he passed away in August 2019.

Source: Health Line

8 comments

  1. I do not really like eggs. I generally find them nauseating . I even leave them out of baking sometimes, because I think I can taste and smell them in the product.
    However, there is an exception in that for whatever reason, I like deviled eggs, and sometimes egg salad, but prepared that way, there are other flavors with it, so it’s different than just having eggs by themselves.

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