Healthy cholesterol free meal

          Is there a way to eat your favorite meal made from eggs as healthy cholesterol free meal? Do you need to eat eggs or should be avoided because of the cholesterol in the yolk? What is the best way to consume this food healthy?

          Surprisingly, there is a way that we can prepare this food and avoid or at least reduce a cholesterol bomb in the egg yolk.

          Eggs have bad reputation because of the cholesterol contained in the egg yolk. However, the eggs at the same time give us one of the most complete sources of protein for our body. Eating a couple of whole eggs occasionally for breakfast is a way to give your body the energy for the rest of the day. Also eggs are a good source of vitamin B12, riboflavin, phosphorus and selenium. Egg white is cholesterol free.

          Here is a recipe for all those who frequently prefer to enjoy eggs for breakfast and want to avoid cholesterol in the yolk. Recipe for cholesterol free, meal.

Omelet with spinach- cholesterol free breakfast

Healthy cholesterol free meal

When you are making an omelet remove yolks and make it just from egg whites. In this way, omelet becomes balanced and healthy breakfast for every day- cholesterol free. Also, if you want a fuller taste of the omelet, instead of the three egg whites use two egg whites and one whole egg. It will reduce cholesterol in the meal.

  • Contains: 1 serving
  • Preparation: 3 minutes
  • Cooking: 5 minutes
  • Total time: 8 minutes


  • At first of all, 3 fresh egg whites
  • 1 tablespoon skim milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried green spices to taste
  • 3/4 cup of spinach, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon low-fat cheese
  • finally you need a fresh pepper to taste


Combine egg whites with milk and spices in a small bowl. Put a teaspoon of oil in a frying pan and warm over medium heat.

In a frying pan, add spinach. When you fry the spinach, add eggs over spinach and let it catch its sheath. When the eggs are fried sprinkle omelet with cheese and fold in the pan. Serve immediately.

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