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Penster12

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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 06:48
How does an egg have 150g of sodium.. I didnt even add any salt and Im at 571g of sodium... I feel like my sodium is higher now than when I was eating processed crap..... aarrghhhh....
Penny
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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 06:55
There's an error there. Check your decimal point. A large, 50-gram hard-boiled egg contains 62 milligrams of sodium; a couple eggs would have double the milligrams. You are eating properly if you eat eggs.

Did you input the data yourself or did the computer give the components of the eggs? If the computer did, well then somebody else inputted some errors.
Gastro...

Joined: Nov 15
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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 07:02
Looks like you just got started. Everyone has to do this and getting used to the keyboard and layout commands takes a while. I'm impressed that you've given this a try.

Once you figure out how to access the built-in data about foods, you will find this convenient and helpful to keep track of what you eat. It's an eye-opener to see what some foods carry with them in hidden crap.

You go, girl! You will be delighted to see changes, even if they are not large ones. Being aware of what you eat is a good thing.
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rontravis

Joined: Feb 16
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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 07:20
I love this site! I like how if the data is not available you can input your recipe and IT will count up all the carbs and such! We made some tuna patties and the DB showed like 37 carbs per patty!!! After entering my recipe(well, what we actually ate) made with pork rinds not crackers, it was only 3 carbs a patty! HAH! I have already entered 4-5 recipes to keep track of. Just AWESOME! I have to keep a journal of food(less than 50 carbs a day, per doctor), blood sugar levels for 6 months. This site is a BIG help! On computer, on phone, I can look up carbs anytime!
genedoughert...

Joined: Jan 15
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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 07:34
I personally LOVE Eggs...I have Hight Colesteral so I have weened myself by removing the yoke(feed it to the dog)and use them for almost everything especially omlets....
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mervinpearce

Joined: Apr 13
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Posted: 24 Feb 2016, 09:24
genedougherty wrote:
I personally LOVE Eggs...I have Hight Colesteral so I have weened myself by removing the yoke(feed it to the dog)and use them for almost everything especially omlets....

Read the new studies on eggs and cholesterol. Eggs are not that bad and your body needs it and will keep the level normally the same.



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