Egg whites are best eaten cooked. They are very detoxifying when they’re raw and when they’re raw, they require a lot of things to properly digest them. All the necessary things needed for digestion are in egg yolks so it’s important to consume the egg whites and egg yolks at the same time. Egg yolks are best eaten raw or very lightly cooked. This keeps the fragile nutrients inside egg yolks intact.
If you are having digestive issues, you should eat egg whites cooked only. After you have healed, you can consume raw egg whites.*
Dr. Natasha recommends that a child eats between three and six egg yolks a day and an adult should eat six to twelve. You may consume the whites with this if you are tolerating them or simply use the yolk only.
There are multiple recipes for using egg whites only or you can feed them to your dog or cat.
*Eating uncooked or raw eggs or feeding raw eggs to your pets can pose a risk to your health.
Keeping hard boiled eggs on hand is a great and easy protein on the go! If you want to take your hard boiled eggs one step further, check out my recipe on making mayo free deviled eggs.
Directions for Hard Boiled Eggs
Fill a medium saucepan with cold water.
Bring eggs to a boil and cook for 5-6 minutes covered.
Remove eggs from heat.
Let set for 5 minutes.
Test if your egg is hard boiled by removing one from the pan and spinning it. A hard boiled egg will spin upright if the yolk is hard.
Rinse the eggs under cold water or place them in an ice bath.
Tap the end of the egg and peel the shell off. Enjoy! Try these Mayo Free Deviled Eggs 2 Ways with your Hard Boiled Eggs.
I love soft boiled eggs! It makes me feel like royalty whenever I eat them. The best part of this fancy seeming dish is it’s actually very simple to make!
Directions for Soft Boiled Eggs
Add filtered water to a pot. Bring water to a boil.
Once water is boiling, add eggs.
Boil for 5 to 6 minutes.
Rinse under cold water or add to an ice bath.
Tap one end of the egg and peel half of the egg. Scoop out the inside and enjoy!