Which breakfast is healthier?

Which is healthier for you? High carb with granola, orange juice and low-fat yogurt, or low carb with eggs and bacon?

Ivor Cummins and our video team went to West Palm Beach to ask people what they consider healthy. You can watch the full video above (transcript).

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The correct answer

The correct answer to the question – at least for people who are insulin resistant (obesity, type 2 diabetes etc.) – should be the low-carb breakfast.

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  1. Elias
    Isn't it unhealthy to eat eggs every day?
    Reply: #2
  2. Gentiann
    Why do you think it's unhealthy ?
  3. James
    My Dietitian told me I could consume up to 4 eggs a day and it would be fine. Consult your Dr. or Dietitian to find out what's best for you.
  4. Wren
    I think it depends on how you cook them. If you fry them in lots of oil the worse they are for you. But you like them that way try to change the oil to healthier option and try not to drown them with oil in the pan. You can by these low calorie oil spray bottles in most grocery stores. If you're looking to avoid frying your eggs try poached eggs.
    Reply: #5
  5. Martina
    The whole point of Keto diet is good fats, frying your eggs in Gee or the grease of some high quality bacon is the best. If you poach put a pat of butter on them, makes your eggs even better
  6. KM
    Absolutely not. You could eat at least a dozen eggs a day and be perfectly healthy.
  7. Lorena romero
    What happen if you have hight cholesterol?
    Replies: #8, #9
  8. Timea
    as Hungarian doctor explained...nothing...your body is smart...if you don't eat enough cholesterol your body makes as much as it needs....if you eat a lot of cholesterol then your body makes less ...and anyway...he said there is no such thing as high cholesterol....what might be high for somebody it might be normal/low for somebody else...your cholesterol is totally unique to you....the lower limit (number) what doctors use to decide if anyone has high cholesterol is getting lower and lower...so more and more people can be put on statins
  9. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Eating keto/lchf can improve cholesterol profiles!

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