Eggs for energy and muscles

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  1. Kakashi

    Kakashi Active Member

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    IMG_20180507_090940_956.jpg Whenever I'm riding, I usually eat hard boiled eggs along with a banana smoothie 2 hours before I ride. Eggs are Protein snd Energy Boosters because it has Vitamin B12, B6, D, selenium, zinc and copper and its a source of quality protein 60 percent is found in the egg whites and 40 percent in the yolks. All these combine to promote good health and muscle mass as well as amino acids that help boost ones energy.
     


  2. Corzhens

    Corzhens Well-Known Member

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    You are right that eggs are a good source of protein. Usually it is the hard boiled eggs but more potent is the poached. Some athletes I know eat 3 to 5 poached eggs in the morning when they have a game in the afternoon, basketball and volleyball players. But for me, 2 hard boiled eggs can fill my tummy. When I was still in school, my mother would boil an egg for me 3 times a week for my recess snack. That's for a growing girl.
     
  3. treecko142

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    Eggs are definitely one of the healthy foods that not only taste good, but they are also not expensive and easy to cook, with a lot of various ways you can prepare them. What's great about them is that they can also be eaten no matter what time of the day, be it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or even just as a snack after a nice bike ride.
     
  4. ballyhara

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    Those ones have a lot of protein, all the whites are full of Albumine which will make you regulate your fluids. Yolks are not so healthy, because they contain a lot of cholesterol, but is not like you will avoid them forever, you just have to decrease the amount of yolks you eat. On the other hand, eggs always help you to avoid being hungry, because they give the sensation of feeling full. For sure you have to keep including them on you regular diet.
     
  5. reighn

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    I regularly eat eggs, and actually one of my favorite food even it's fried or boiled. Most of the time if I'm going to travel I always have three boiled eggs and not really knows about the benefits, I just love to eat eggs.
     
  6. Kakashi

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    Did you know that per 100 grams of boiled egg, you'll get ...
    155 calories
    3.3 grams of saturated fat.
    1.4 grams of polyunsaturated fat.
    4.1 grams of monounsaturated fat.
    373 mg of cholesterol / 124℅ RDA
    124 mg of sodium
    126 mg of potassium
    and most of all
    13 grams of protein / 26℅ RDA
     
  9. Henrywrites

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    Taking eggs are always great for most of us that are looking at getting better with the things that will give us the needed energy to continue riding at great pace. You get to see that there are great times with that at the end of the day.
     
  10. liketowrite

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    I'm agree! I can not imagine my diet without eggs!
     
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