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Most Restaurants Don’t Use Real Eggs

I know it’s shocking, but the truth is that many restaurants use processed commercial eggs (from a carton) that contain “obesity additives” such as artificial ingredients, chemicals, preservatives, and even gluten-like fillers and compounds.  That’s BAD news for anyone trying to lose flab fast, as these ingredients can slow down your weight loss efforts and increase your body’s toxicity levels.

Even worse, if you are someone consuming a gluten-free diet, eggs are one of those foods you rely on to be gluten-free.  That said, almost all of these commercial egg products contain a substantial amount of gluten, so beware.

The take home message:  You MUST ask for real eggs.images (2)

While these restaurants often make their omelets and scrambled eggs with obesity-boosting processed egg product, they almost all also have real eggs in stock.  I’ve also found that most waitresses will just tell you what you want to hear, so you need to specify that you must have real eggs and not eggs from a carton, instead of asking “Do you use real eggs?”  Most people will just say yes without really knowing what they are talking about.

One trick is to tell them you have an allergy and must have real eggs, not eggs from a carton…in that case you’re sure to get fresh eggs 100% of the time 🙂

Speaking of foods to avoid while out at restaurants, while you would normally think that fish is a great fat-burning menu choice, what you probably didn’t know is that there are 4 specific types of fish — all very common — that you should literally NEVER eat due to incredibly high levels of contamination that can and WILL hammer the delicate cells of your body with toxic inflammation…

In the end, this toxic inflammation build up contributes to achy joints, premature aging of the skin (and less visible organs like the heart, kidneys, and liver), difficulty shedding excess body fat, cognitive decline, forgetfulness, feeling blue and moody, and so much more…

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