Eggs are a delicious and nutritious breakfast idea. If your diet doesn’t tolerate eggs, try egg whites and egg yolks separately. Some people don’t tolerate the egg protein in the egg white and some people don’t do well with the fat in the egg yolk. Testing each part separately means you can figure out what you tolerate and what you don’t, which might help you add a new food to your diet too! If you test both and still don’t feel like either is working for you, definitely keep them out and retest them again later. For those who tolerate eggs, they can be your best friend! ❤️🥚
Scrambled or fried eggs are an easy breakfast. For scrambled eggs, throw in some spinach (or other greens), leftover veggies, bacon or homemade sausage for extra nutrition and taste. Or make and freeze breakfast egg muffins in advance (there are tons of awesome, easy recipes on the internet for these.) You can also find pre-packaged hard boiled eggs at Costco or other grocery stores. Just make sure to review the ingredients to ensure there are no other spices or additives. Hard boiled eggs are great with a dollop of pesto, as tolerated.