Above Age 30 Years Must Control Yellow Egg Consumption

To get a healthy body, we need a nutritious food intake. All nutritional content must be complete, ranging from carbohydrates, fats, and protein.

However, we must be selective in choosing the type of nutrition we consume. Fat example, dr. Samuel Oetoro, SpGK explains, there is good and evil fat.

“The evil fats can be obtained from foods such as donuts, egg yolks, and fries,” Samuel said when at situs judi online Jakarta some time ago.

While healthy fats, can be obtained from olive oil, avocado, fish, and nuts are not fried.

Similarly, with protein, some are good and evil. Foods such as seafood, whole eggs with yellow, can be a source of bad protein. But fish that are burned or cooked by steaming can be a good source of protein.

Samuel always stressed that people should be vigilant in eating eggs and egg yolks. Especially for those who are already above 30 years old.

“One egg yolks cholesterol is 200 milligrams. While the intake of eating (intake) cholesterol a day, if the cholesterol levels are normal, the maximum is 300 milligrams a day,” said Samuel.

So, if you consume one egg along with the yolk, your cholesterol consumption ration in a day is running out. Imagine if after that you are still eating other types of foods that contain cholesterol. Your daily cholesterol consumption allowance can exceed the limit judi online.

“Eat one egg a day, the ration of cholesterol source is over. The requirement of the healthy fruit is lost, so if you are over the age of 30 years, begin to reduce the amount of cholesterol in,” said Samuel.


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