Why You Should Eat the Whole Egg

By Kalyn Weber Jun 18, 2014

 

To eat or not to eat the chicken’s egg yolk, that is the question.

At least it’s our question. While Mr. Shakespeare may disagree, that is the question that has fueled the egg controversy for the past 10 years. Until recently, Americans were recommended to limit their consumption of eggs, particularly the fatty, cholesterol-containing egg yolks. But current research indicates that these recommendations may be outdated. Read on to find out if you should swap your egg white omelet for a fluffy yellow one.

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Behind the Scenes at InsideTracker Part I: An Insider’s Guide to the Segterra Algorithm

By Meghan Johnson Nov 29, 2011

 

Nutrition and Health Information Tailored to You

What makes InsideTracker unique is its ability to segment the vast landscape of nutrition and health information that exists, and to tailor recommendations to an individual’s needs. There is no shortage of health information available, making it difficult (and time-consuming!) to sort through the various sources and sometimes-conflicting results that turn up in magazines or on the evening news. InsideTracker created a unique algorithm to provide the most accurate nutrition, supplements, exercise, and life style recommendations for its clients, based on cutting-edge scientific research. 

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Too Many Supplements, Too Many Pills?

By Perrin Braun Oct 17, 2011

 

In America, it sometimes seems that we live in a culture of excess. We buy big houses, eat big Macs, drive SUVs, shop at huge retail stores, work in large buildings…and perhaps take too many nutritional supplements. New data found from a Segterra pilot study revealed that many healthy Americans might actually be consuming too much of certain nutrients.  

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