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Sunday Evening

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Ugh! I don't know what to do about my cholesterol! I already take lipitor to lower my cholesterol, but if I eat two eggs for breakfast, I go well over the 0-300 mg every day! Probably 4 out of 7 days, I go over the cholesterol amount I should have. Should I quit eating eggs altogether? I hate the white of the egg and love the yolk, which is the worst because I should be eating the white and throwing away the yolk! I think I will have to try eating egg-lands best with no cholesterol, or at least low cholesterol. Or some other kind that is better for you than regular eggs. I know there are some out there, I just need to look around I guess. Anyways...enough about that!

Today was a beautiful day, the clouds were amazing with the bright blue sky in the background! I am in awe everyday of the beauty God created for us to enjoy!
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    I love eating "All Whites." They are sold by the eggs and are just the whites of the egg, but with a little salt they taste really good.
    3343 days ago
    Better-N-Eggs - seem to be an answer for a lot of people.
    I still like a hard boiled egg once in a while, or a 'dunky' egg to "make my day".. The rest of the time I make due with the substitute. They work really well in baking, or healthy scrambles in the morning (or evening meal).

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    3343 days ago
    Oh boy! I have high cholesterol too, and just can not give up my eggs, so I totally can relate to your blog today. I also totally agree about Sunday being beautiful! It really was.
    3343 days ago
    emoticon What a positive and special blog about the day.. Thank you.

    Sorry I can't help on your ponderings.
    3343 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/22/2010 6:23:17 AM
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