The Science of Omelettes


New research:
“Our findings do not support current vascular health guidelines suggesting the extreme limitation or avoidance of egg consumption due to its cholesterol content.”

Goldberg S, Gardener H, Tiozzo E et al. Egg consumption and carotid atherosclerosis in the Northern Manhattan study. Atherosclerosis. 2014 Aug;235(2):273-80. doi: 10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2014.04.019. Epub 2014 Apr 30.


Insulin-Smart Recipes for Insulin-Wise Eating for Weight Loss and Diabetes Prevention

I offer these and my other Insulin-Smart-Recipes to be considered as options in my Insulin-Wise-Eating guidelines for losing weight, preventing and reversing diabetes, and controlling chronic inflammatory, immune, and degenerative disorders. Please follow Dr. Ali’s Start-Low and Build Slow Principle given below.

Rotation of Egg Omelettes With Dr. Ali’s Breakfast

I suggest that the egg omelettes for breakfast be taken in rotation, on two to four days a week. Dr. Ali’s Breakfast (protein shake) be considered for the remaining days of the week. I present my Dr. Ali’s Breakfast in full detail in a video seminar that can be donwloaded from Dr Ali’s Breakfast Shake.  It is a protein shake with flaxseed, all natural lecithin, and organic vegetable juice on two or more days alternate with omelettes.


 Dr. Ali’s Edamame Omelette

Ingredients per Serving

1. Eggs Two large

2. Edamame* One tablespoon

3. Cayenne powder One-fourth teaspoon (may add to taste)

4. Butter One teaspoon

* Edamame are soybean pods which are harvested early. They are usually found by the frozen vegetables.

Directions

1. Heat frozen edamame in boiling hot water for two minutes (one minute in boiling water is enough) and peal off the shells

2. Beat eggs and add edamame

3. Sprinkle crushed cayenne to taste

4. Spread butter on a heated pan, add grated ginger and sautee it

5. Pour the egg mix in the pan

6. Wait until the underside of the egg is slightly browned

7. Turn the egg over to brown the other side


 

Dr. Ali’s Garlic Omelette

The use of peeled garlic cloves or garlic powder (available at many stores) saves time and avoids the chore of peeling and slicing garlic which many individuals find tedious. Please follow Dr. Ali’s Start-Low and Build Slow Principle given below.

Ingredients per Serving

Eggs Two large
Garlic, peeled cloves or powder) One teaspoon
Crushed Cayenne One-fourth teaspoon (increase or decrease to taste)
Butter One teaspoon

Directions

1. Beat eggs
2. Add crushed cayenne, and beat eggs some more
3. Spread butter on a heated pan
4. Lightly saute garlic peeled cloves or garlic powder
5. Pour the egg mix over lightly sauteed thawed onions in the pan
6. Wait until the underside of the egg is browned
7. Turn the egg over to brown the other side lightly

I prefer omelettes prepared by following steps 6 and 7 closely. If more lightly cooked omelette is desired, browning both sides lightly is the answer. Similarly, lesser amount of butter gives lighter omelette.

Enjoy, then, if desired, change amounts of ingredients to personalize your omelettes


 

Dr. Ali’s Sesame Omelette

Ingredients per Serving

Eggs Two large
Sesame seeds One tablespoon
Crushed Cayenne One-fourth teaspoon (increase or decrease to taste)
Butter One teaspoon

Directions

1. Beat eggs
2. Add sesame seeds and crushed cayenne, and beat eggs some more
3. Spread butter in a heated pan
4. Pour the egg mix in the pan
6. Wait until the underside of the egg is slightly browned
7. Turn the egg over to brown the other side

Enjoy and then, if desired change amounts of ingredients to personalize your omelettes


 

Dr. Ali’s Chopped Onion Omelette

The use of frozen chopped onions saves time and avoids the chore of peeling and slicing onions which many individuals find tedious.

Ingredients per Serving

Eggs Two large
Chopped Frozen Onion Two tablespoon
Crushed Cayenne One-fourth teaspoon (increase or decrease to taste)
Butter One teaspoon

Directions

1. Beat eggs
2. Add crushed cayenne, and beat eggs some more
3. Spread butter on a heated pan
4. Lightly saute thawed onions (in a cup of hot water
4. Pour the egg mix over lightly sauteed thawed onions in the pan
6. Wait until the underside of the egg is browned
7. Turn the egg over to brown the other side lightly

I prefer omelette prepared by following steps 6 and 7 closely. If more lightly cooked omelette is desired, browning both sides lightly is the answer. Similarly, lesser amount of butter gives lighter omelette.

Enjoy, then, if desired, change amounts of ingredients to personalize your omelettes


 

Dr. Ali’s Start-Low-Build-Slow Principle

In all guidelines for natural remedies for preserving health and reversing chronic diseases, I strongly advise readers to follow my Start-Low-Build-Slow Principle. Simply stated, this principle requires that an individual in trying natural remedies be cautious and closely observe how the body responds to natural remedies, beginning with small amounts or portions of remedies (as low as one-tenth the value on the first day, and doubling them every day until the recommended dose is reached.) If any negative senses are experienced, the item should be discontinued or taken in smaller amounts for longer periods of time to increase tolerance. It is important that a doctor be consulted to rule out the presence of serious coexisting or underlying conditions.

Why Don’t You Give Cooking Times for Your Omelette Recipes? from Majid Ali on Vimeo.

Dr Ali’s Best Omelette Recipes for Weight loss and Preventing and Reversing Diabetes from Majid Ali on Vimeo.

My Preferred Spice Remedies Are Omelettes from Majid Ali on Vimeo.

Eggs Are Good, Eggs Are Bad, Eggs Are Bad from Majid Ali on Vimeo.


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