The Unhealthiest Way to Cook Your EGGS! Dr. Mandell

When eggs are cooked at very high temperatures, the cholesterol in them may become oxidized and produce compounds known as oxysterols . This is a concern for some people, as oxidized cholesterol and oxysterols in the blood have been linked to an increased risk of heart disease. However, eating eggs hasn't been linked with an increased risk of heart disease in healthy people. (Healthline)

In this video I will review the healthiest and least healthiest ways to cook/prepare your eggs.
One egg has only 75 calories but 7 grams of high-quality protein, 5 grams of fat, and 1.6 grams of saturated fat, along with iron, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids. The egg is a powerhouse of disease-fighting nutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin.

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  • @Mrs.GrayMan says:

    I eat scrambled eggs every morning; I will starrt cooking them on a lower heat. Thanks!

  • @Agapy8888 says:

    Love them soft boiled, poached and hard boiled.

  • @Human_on_earth_1 says:

    Eating eggs cooked at a lower temperature to avoid oxidation so they may not cause heat attacks is an awesome idea Doc.

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  • @reddog6415 says:

    Good morning everyone I hope that everyone is happy this morning. Every day is a blessing from God. May we take full advantage of it. May we all stay blessed. God bless us all. Have a great day โค๏ธ

  • @onyeomachinyeremaka6809 says:

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  • @RioGirl16 says:

    When I was a very young child, I lived in the country and my favorite treat was sucking the raw egg out through a small whole my parents would make for meโ€ฆ I love my eggs soft boiled now

  • @dcongdon2294 says:

    Give us this day our daily eggs.Amen

  • @theastewart6721 says:

    Love eggs cooked in all different ways. Good to know the healthiest ways you can cook them especially since I buy the pasture raised eggs. Thank you Dr. Mandell for another very informative video!

  • @user-wl4kc8gq5i says:

    Good morning, from Trinidad and Tobago, you are honestly my favorite doctor when it comes to advice. Keep up the good work and have a wonderful day.

  • @NativeBlackAmericanTv says:

    …this fella is the best. His “Make it a great Day…” is one HELLUVA WAY to start every doggone day(or night). ‘Cuz he means it…

    • @michaelciccone2194 says:

      “cuz”…?……. New York City perhaps?

    • @NativeBlackAmericanTv says:

      well, initially, I did have ‘Cause…then I looked at “Because”… then ‘figured what the hell….”cuz”. NYC? Nope. Small town(1600} Western Pennsylvania, deer-hunter/steel mill country. Too many buddies on that wall in D.C. who didn’t come back from Vietnam War(yep, that old). Don’t much like the City, actually. Spent a month in NYC with the Cosby show. Glad to leave. Ciccone? Played high-school/college football with a bunch of you guys. Great memories.@@michaelciccone2194

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  • @Yourdeadmeat69 says:

    6 minute soft boiled with mostly warm runny yolk’s my favorite.

    • @Yourdeadmeat69 says:

      I boast I cut half the white, but that’s because peeling a soft boiled egg is a disaster for me !

    • @sueeason275 says:

      โ @@Yourdeadmeat69โ€ฆuse a spoon and scoop the egg out and youโ€™ll save it all ..I half mine first with a knife whack .๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @K-lINE-76 says:

    Less heat over easy, ๐Ÿ‘

  • @irminako5486 says:

    Thanks Doc. I eat 2 eggs for breakfast daily except the weekend

  • @francesthompson1324 says:

    Thank you. The fennel seeds have been so helpful lately. I enjoy two eggs sunnyside up. Blessings always to you and yours, Doc. You are appreciated๐Ÿ™

  • @okbutilovemyself says:

    I would always tell people to start med-high to heat the pan and go low to avoid overcooking and not getting them sent back to the kitchen. ๐Ÿ˜… I learned something new today.

  • @alexisbendelamousseauchocolat says:

    Simple words, short message yet, spot-on. Thank you Doctor.

  • @deborahdemarco7732 says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell for this informative information on how to cook eggs properly for us to get the proper nutrients from them. I do believe that cooking all food at a lower temperature is healthier for us. โค๐Ÿ˜Š You are a blessing.

  • @BigBen1994 says:

    You learn something everyday, I cook my eggs so fast it’s criminal. Starting slow on low eat today, thanks doc!

  • @privilegiada1 says:

    I eat 2 eggs every day, but I have a sister in Mexico that has triglycerides and the doctor told her not to eat eggs, and she tells me too, I have high blood pressure and the doctor also told me to eat one egg a day, but I heard you and other holistic docs, and I continued eating 2 eggs a day, thank you Dr Mandell for verifying about the eggs compsuption.

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