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Paulppaul
Saturday, May 31, 2008, 3:16pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I eat quite a few and love them most of the time but I do see them as being a nuetral food.  So they are not that great for my health and too many sometimes gets me a little sick.  
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Another O secretor here . . . I had trouble tolerating eggs as a child, but outgrew the problem. One or two eggs a day with turkey or lamb sausage and kale is my standard breakfast. The eggs have to be real free-range no-corn organic eggs though, otherwise I have the same problem with mucus you're describing, AA. Also, I can no longer eat scrambled eggs. They really do me in and cause terrible gastric distress. Over easy or soft-boiled with the yolk intact is best for me--that might just be my OCD showing though!


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The eggs have to be real free-range no-corn organic eggs though, otherwise I have the same problem with mucus you're describing, AA. Also, I can no longer eat scrambled eggs. They really do me in and cause terrible gastric distress. Over easy or soft-boiled with the yolk intact is best for me--that might just be my OCD showing though!


I've been wondering what the difference is between organic Omega 3 eggs and regular organic at Whole Foods.  Is this the difference?  The non-Omega 3's are fed (organic) corn, and the others get flax?  Would it be flax plus corn, or just flax?  The price is the same and I always wonder what the difference is.


I can eat eggs fried or scrambled but not hard boiled. The latter cause digestive problems.
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I pay the extra money and only ever get certified free range eggs  (the happy eggs)  
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I pay the extra money and only ever get certified free range eggs  (the happy eggs)  


So do I but I now wonder if they are fed corn.

I have another source, which unfortunately is quite irregular, that I know they are fed with veggies. The supplier is also the organic produce supplier. I will surely buy from him next time they are available and see what happends. I'll keep you posted.



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