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Easy New Year’s Resolutions: Make Breakfast No Yolk!

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Eggs are a terrific source of lean protein, but if you’re trying to cut the cholesterol in your diet, you might want to go yolk-free — each yolk contains an eye-popping 186 grams of cholesterol. In contrast, egg whites have zero cholesterol, only .06 grams of fat, and a mere 17 calories.

 

We won’t lie—egg whites alone don’t have the full flavor of a whole egg. So if you scramble the whites solo, add some chopped herbs, tomatoes, spinach or a scattering of Parmesan cheese. Or simply use one whole egg and one egg white for a reduced-cholesterol egg fix.

 

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New Year’s resolutions you can keep! Every day in January, we’re bringing you healthy (often surprising) tips that are easy to incorporate into your regular diet.

 

You can find all our easy-to-keep resolutions published to date on Pinterest or by clicking here.

 

 

 

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