Are hard boiled eggs good for you?

A theory suggests that overcooking the proteins, in this case Eggs, makes them difficult to digest. If you love eggs and find that you are finding it hard to digest it, try combining your meal containing eggs along with cultured vegetables. Fermented foods help to establish your inner ecosystem enabling it to tolerate and digest food better.

Eggs combine best with land and ocean vegetables and of course, cultured vegetables. Alkaline foods like ocean vegetables, cultured vegetables etc create balance with the acidic nature of animal protein foods, hence combining them in a meal is beneficial to the body.

"For some people, though, they can be a great source of digestive distress. The problem arises if you have leaky gut – which means foods you eat can permeate your gut lining and enter your bloodstream. In this case, eggs can be a problem, as the protein in egg whites can sneak through your intestinal wall and cause stomach issues. If you have any type of digestive distress (bloating, gas, stomach aches etc) after eating eggs, try taking them out for a week or two and see if you feel better. Source

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By Pat on Jan 5, 2017

Have you ever tried steamed hard eggs? It makes the yoke very creamy instead of chalky. It also keep that green coating from forming around the yoke. Bring 1/2 inch of water to boil, carefully put eggs in. Cover and turn heat to medium. Let steam for 9.5 minutes for firm yoke; seven minutes for soft yoke.