Eating whole eggs can be part of a healthy diet. Yolks contain many of the egg’s nutrients, so don’t feel compelled to cut them out of your diet unless your doctor advises it.
Eating whole eggs can be part of a healthy diet. Yolks contain many of the egg’s nutrients, so don’t feel compelled to cut them out of your diet unless your doctor advises it. iStockphoto.com
Eating whole eggs can be part of a healthy diet. Yolks contain many of the egg’s nutrients, so don’t feel compelled to cut them out of your diet unless your doctor advises it. iStockphoto.com

Fit Tip: Eating whole eggs can be healthy

September 26, 2014 08:00 AM

UPDATED September 26, 2014 07:31 PM

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