on May 09, 2011
at 08:41 PM
Egg yolks contain arachidonic acid, which is an essential fatty acid, but promotes inflammation.
Easiest thing is to remove them for a while and see what effect it has.
on September 13, 2011
at 08:30 AM
First test your blood sugar pre and 1 hour post eating. Maybe its related to your other dietary habits and pancreas is overshooting insulin which lead to hypoglicemia. So, if you recently started low carb/paleo diet it can happen (it did happen to me, on start, after egg+bacon breakfast sugar dropped from 5.1 to 3.6 1 hour post breakfast, but not any more).
Second, eat only whites or only yolks to isolate the problem. Use raw qual eggs first thing in the morrning as another test.
Use 2 tsp high grade fish oil per day to remedy potential AA inflammatory problems, but I guess this is not the problem. It takes time for AA to get integrated into cell membranes, it doesn't happen overnight.
on May 24, 2011
at 02:38 AM
Eliminate eggs strictly for three weeks and reintroduce in large quantity for three full days...OR do a muscle test if you know how, or have someone else do a muscle test on you(and teach you how to do it for yourself)!
on May 24, 2011
at 12:37 AM
"allergy" is a tough call. But to be blunt, if you don't feel well after why eat them? Stop eating them and see how feel. Stop for a while though: 3,4 weeks. I do much better with no eggs. Don't think I have an allergy but I don't feel as good when I consume them. also I do believe that people probably eat too many of them.