KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcast: Is Your Omelet Toxic?

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Posted on 14th June 2013 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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Omelets can range from superfood to junk food.  While eggs are a wonderful source of protein and a host of vital nutrients, the health of your omelet depends on three key factors you’ll discover in today’s fresh-cracked episode of SuperHealth Podcast with KC Craichy.  Ensure that you are getting all the nutritional advantages of this wonderful superfood by asking three simple questions you’ll learn today.

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Audio Transcript

Welcome to Living Fuel TV. This is KC Craichy. This weekend, I was horrified while standing in the omelet line at a world famous buffet, about to get my healthy breakfast. Because if you listen to us very long, you know that eggs are a staple, an extremely healthy food. So how can something so healthy become a toxic substance or food, that literally is trying to kill you?

That is the subject of today’s show. We’re going to tell you how to make a healthy omelet, or how to request or order a healthy omelet, in a restaurant, and you can use the same techniques at

So first, are they using real eggs? When we go, we always say, “Can we have real eggs, cracked, fresh eggs?” Otherwise, you will often get in restaurants, eggs that have been pasteurized
and put into a milk carton, and poured out and made into an omelet. Or even worse, imitation eggs, like egg beaters, or other kind of imitation eggs. So in this particular case, I was
standing in line. I found that the standard was egg beaters. They were using imitation eggs, and that was only the beginning of the problem. So, if you’re ordering in a restaurant, or
standing in the line, first you must make sure that they are using real eggs. So real eggs that they crack. Because the eggs in the carton are, in fact real, but they’ve been pasteurized in
put into a carton. What you want is an egg that’s been cracked, and put into your omelet. Make that clear.

Secondly, if you’re having egg white omelets, that is OK, but recognize you’re missing tons of nutrients from the egg yolk; brain nutrients, biotin, which helps you digest the egg white,
and so on. So, if you’re eating egg whites only, you should know that you should get these nutrients another way, in your diet.

The next thing, even if you have real cracked, fresh eggs, the next problem is, what oil are they putting in to heat up your omelet. Most of the time, in most of these places, they’re using
vegetable oils, or canola oil, or some other kind of oils, soy oils. And they’re heating these oils and creating a toxic mess. So now your healthy eggs have just gone the other way; highly
inflammatory, highly toxic, and not healthy for you. So now you’ve ruined your eggs. So the third area you need to watch, let’s go back. Butter, coconut oil, olive oil, these are great
oils if they can use them. Or butter is generally something they’re going to have, not margarine. So ask for real butter on real eggs, to make your omelet.

So the things that you put in your omelet, you know what the healthy choices are, so we won’t go into that right now, but the third area that’s trying to kill you, even if you make good
decisions on one and two, is heat. The omelet lines are generally trying to get the omelets out quickly, as are the restaurants. So they turn the heat up to make it really fast. What this does is, burns the egg, and denatures the protein. It’s very unhealthy. So if you make good decisions on one and two, and not in three, you can have a problem. But let’s just say that you made a good decision in one, and then you chose the wrong oil, vegetable oil, and then they heated it like that, you really have a toxic substance that you are going to have to detox. So, I hope this information is helpful to you. Enjoy your omelets. God bless you, and have a great day.

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