Q&A: Would an egg omelet be good for a weight loss diet?

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Question by : Would an egg omelet be good for a weight loss diet?
I am now on the HCG diet, The diet says only eat between 500 and 800 cal and do not work out.

I eat slightly more then that because I work out everyday.
So far I am losing weight and its working good..

But if I were to sort of cheat and have an egg omelet with all the veggies and maybe some sort of meat would that be ok..I would get my omelet from Dennys..

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16 Responses to “Q&A: Would an egg omelet be good for a weight loss diet?”

  1. Allan Karlsen writes:

    There are truly so many different nutritional products on the market today touting “miracles and fast weight loss”, I can understand why so many people are confused and have wasted tons of money on worthless products and supplements.

  2. Fobmescs writes:

    Yes.

  3. Miss Rabbit writes:

    If you’re gonna have an omlette at dennys I would suggest a veggie omlette, and eat half the omlette, and a cup of fruit. Oh, an egg white omlette would be even better for you.

  4. tennislover writes:

    eggs should be ok. full of be vitamins and omega 3.. and essental fatty acids that help u burn fat
    and protein

    yeah as long as u dont have too many things in the omelet

  5. Erik Young writes:

    Omelets are fine as long as you don’t go overboard, which Denny’s probably does. Once you are there, you are inclined to scarf down that huge omelet, side of potatoes, as well as other items served with it.

    You are better off to make yourself a 2, even 3 egg omelet at home. Use veggies, fat free cheese, and lean meats (breakfast ham). This will save you money, help reduce waistline (as a good protein packed breakfast has been empirically shown to do), and help you feel better the entire morning/day.

  6. Kayy House writes:

    Yea…thats where to start on a diet…Dennys,….They are notorious for having the most healthy and nutritional foods in the restaurant business…They are well know for helping those lose weight while maintaining a healthy lifestyle…can u feel the sarcasm here cuz im laying it on pretty thick…

  7. Juston Taylor writes:

    In order to reap the benefits from the intense exercise I recommend to my Fat Burning Furnace students, you must get adequate rest. I can’t stress this fact enough. In fact, rest is just as important, if not more important that the actual exercise.

    During the high intensity resistance exercise that my students perform, the muscles experience tiny injuries or tears. The body’s response is to adapt and repair, getting stronger and larger muscles, which of course leads to burning more fat and a leaner body.

    But this growth and repair process won’t take place if the body is not allowed the time to do its job. Too often, people rush back into the gym, as many have been inundated with the “more is better” axiom when it comes to exercise. But if we don’t get out of the body’s way and let it do its magic, we will experience poor results. We won’t burn fat like we want to, and we will just end up demotivated or possibly give up our efforts altogether.

    If you don’t get enough rest or sleep, you’ll have a very difficult time building the fat-burning muscle that will transform your body. And you’ll also have a tough time burning fat off too! That’s why we can’t work out too long or too often when using a sufficient intensity level. When giving the body an intense stimulus, such as proper weight training, you can’t keep hammering it into the ground.

    If you did this, you’d quickly over train your muscles and negate your body’s ability to recover from exercise. Your immune system could become so worn down in fact, that you might even get sick…this happened to me a few times in the past when I wasn’t paying attention to getting adequate rest and sleep.

    And this repair and recover process doesn’t happen overnight, it usually takes 2 days or more, So make sure to keep between 1-3 days of rest between your properly conducted resistance training workouts, or you will be short-circuiting your chances of success to burn fat and build lean, strong, muscle.

    Now that we know how important rest is to burning fat and building muscle, we also must understand the most important component of rest…otherwise know as sleep. Sleep is the ultimate recovery tool, and not only for recovery from exercise. It’s a recovery tool from any stress you take in throughout the day.

    Whether it’s from family pressures, work issues, or finances, etc., increased stress can be dissolved by adequate sleep. And don’t think you can burn fat maximally when you’re over-stressed by other things in your life. A high stress level can shut down the effectiveness of your ability to burn fat, among other things.

    So make sure to get adequate sleep. What’s ideal? I would recommend no less than seven or more than nine hours. In fact, seven and half hours per night might be the perfect amount!

    Research has shown that we sleep in cycles of 90 minutes or so. It has been suggested that if we wake up too far before or after one of these 90 minute cycles, you will probably feel groggy for a good part of the day. So try the 5 90 minutes sleep cycles, or 7 and a half hours…you’ll most likely wake up feeling well-rested and energized, and your fat burning furnace will show it’s appreciation, allowing you to burn more fat faster.

  8. Malee James writes:

    In order to reap the benefits from the intense exercise I recommend to my Fat Burning Furnace students, you must get adequate rest. I can’t stress this fact enough. In fact, rest is just as important, if not more important that the actual exercise.

    During the high intensity resistance exercise that my students perform, the muscles experience tiny injuries or tears. The body’s response is to adapt and repair, getting stronger and larger muscles, which of course leads to burning more fat and a leaner body.

    But this growth and repair process won’t take place if the body is not allowed the time to do its job. Too often, people rush back into the gym, as many have been inundated with the “more is better” axiom when it comes to exercise. But if we don’t get out of the body’s way and let it do its magic, we will experience poor results. We won’t burn fat like we want to, and we will just end up demotivated or possibly give up our efforts altogether.

    If you don’t get enough rest or sleep, you’ll have a very difficult time building the fat-burning muscle that will transform your body. And you’ll also have a tough time burning fat off too! That’s why we can’t work out too long or too often when using a sufficient intensity level. When giving the body an intense stimulus, such as proper weight training, you can’t keep hammering it into the ground.

    If you did this, you’d quickly over train your muscles and negate your body’s ability to recover from exercise. Your immune system could become so worn down in fact, that you might even get sick…this happened to me a few times in the past when I wasn’t paying attention to getting adequate rest and sleep.

    And this repair and recover process doesn’t happen overnight, it usually takes 2 days or more, So make sure to keep between 1-3 days of rest between your properly conducted resistance training workouts, or you will be short-circuiting your chances of success to burn fat and build lean, strong, muscle.

    Now that we know how important rest is to burning fat and building muscle, we also must understand the most important component of rest…otherwise know as sleep. Sleep is the ultimate recovery tool, and not only for recovery from exercise. It’s a recovery tool from any stress you take in throughout the day.

    Whether it’s from family pressures, work issues, or finances, etc., increased stress can be dissolved by adequate sleep. And don’t think you can burn fat maximally when you’re over-stressed by other things in your life. A high stress level can shut down the effectiveness of your ability to burn fat, among other things.

    So make sure to get adequate sleep. What’s ideal? I would recommend no less than seven or more than nine hours. In fact, seven and half hours per night might be the perfect amount!

    Research has shown that we sleep in cycles of 90 minutes or so. It has been suggested that if we wake up too far before or after one of these 90 minute cycles, you will probably feel groggy for a good part of the day. So try the 5 90 minutes sleep cycles, or 7 and a half hours…you’ll most likely wake up feeling well-rested and energized, and your fat burning furnace will show it’s appreciation, allowing you to burn more fat faster.

  9. EddySays writes:

    You do know these products were just classified two weeks ago as fraudulent by the Food and Drug Administration right?

    And before you get all the answers about how the FDA is in bed with big pharmacy, go to any grocery or drug store and look at the percentage of Alli (the only approved OTC diet pill) compared to the rest of the shelf space dedicated to all these bogus supplements and diet pills.

    If you think it is working for you, that’s great. Just remember you THINK it is working for you. There is no clinical proof other than placebo.
    Have the omelette – a relatively healthy male should have a minimum intake of 2000 per day to avoid catabolism.
    Good luck.

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  11. Kevin Mchugh writes:

    Everybody is different,what works for one wont necessarily work for another!

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  13. Riley Cole writes:

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  14. Hugh Riggins writes:

    If you are on an Atkins diet or any of the high protein diets … probably not. As a matteer of fact eggs and sausage or bacon are permitted there.
    Good luck

  15. Chris Smith writes:

    To discover the secrets of losing weight, dieting, or whatever you need to do to get fit is very easy, but there obviously isn’t a lot of room here to explain everything about getting rid of excess fat.
    May I suggest that you take a look at the ‘Eat Your Way To Get Thin’ website below? I think you’ll find what you’re looking for there.

  16. Derek writes:

    Certainly, but limit the amount of yolks so as to prevent an over abundance of chloresterol

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