Lying to your doctor recently? What makes the patients do that?

Have you lied to your doctor at any point? Did you think about it later – like why you do that or what makes you lie about your health or thoughts? I have some findings for this.

Lol, some of the common questions include – how often do you exercise and are you taking meals on time or not. The main reason for lying is the FEAR OF JUDGEMENT. As per one study, almost 60 to 80% of the people have not been open to their doc about their health ailments.

The main reason BEHIND THE LYING is not to let the doc know how unorganized and indisciplined you are in real.

Now, apart from the health and the meals, patients have also reported that they have personally disagreed on many points s by suggested by the doc. Also, people have failed at admitting when they actually didn’t understand the physician’s instructions!

When I asked the people like why you didn’t open up to your doc, most of them replied that they didn’t want anyone to judge them or begin listing out their bad behaviors.

While on the other end, people simply wanted to create a good boy/girl impression in front of the doc.

What Makes You Lie To Your Doctor?

A deep and comprehensive study was carried out between the scientists of the University of Utah Health and Middlesex Community College in collab with the University of Michigan and the University of Lowa. They took a close observation between doc and patient relationship from an online survey.

The study showed that people who had poor health, at some point did hide certain aspects and information from their doctors.

Well, the main trouble with patients hiding the data is – the doctors won’t be able to solve the problem accurately. If you are not having a clean diet or you are missing out your medication, then you won’t get the desired results.

So, in the end – make sure that you are open to your doctors, and let them analyze and treat you quickly and effectively.

Make things simple and less complicated on both the ends.

Egg Nutrition Facts – Are Eggs Good for You or Not?

Eggs have always stayed special, isn’t it? No matter where you go for dining, or while you are planning to make the breakfast – once you find the ‘egg’ in the menu there’s no looking back. I love it for the taste and just because of the fact that they are eggs.

Did I sound crazy just a while ago..? Eggs make me go crazy.

Now, let’s get a bit serious. Eggs are delicious, easy to make, and adorable in all ways – but what about the nutrients and health benefits? Are they doing good to your body or not?

All About the Egg Benefits & other common FAQs!

I did a 3-days research for you guys on the Egg Facts. Some of the widely asked queries were-

Are Eggs healthy and nutritious?

Yes, they are. Eggs constitute about the 13 essential nutrients within them. It also contains high-quality proteins that help in building strong and healthy muscles. According to the USDA database, one large egg comes with 7 grams of protein and only 72 calories!

This means you get all the essential nutrient, with a calorie pack! Do not increase the risk of cellulitis.

The Cholesterol Fuss

People have this myth that eggs can raise the cholesterol level. The concern is genuine since one egg contains 212 mg which is more than half of the recommended 300 mg! So yes, eggs do have high cholesterol. But this cholesterol won’t necessarily add up to the blood cholesterol.

The liver produces cholesterol each day, but if you are taking dietary cholesterol, it will start producing less cholesterol. On the other hand, eggs are known to raise the level of Good Cholesterol known as the HDL.

Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease

There are two types of cholesterol, LDL and the HDL.

It’s the LDL that causes all the trouble, so people with high LDL score have a higher chance of heart disease. 

Whereas, it is good to have high HDL level. Eggs help in improving the HDL level, by changing the LDL particles from small, dense and then to large.

The Magic of Amino Acids

Along with the high-quality proteins, eggs contain all the necessary amino acids in their suitable ratio.

By including enough protein; you can reduce your weight, lower the blood pressure, and also improve the bone health.

Eggs don’t harm your health. They are super filling, and a good morning alternative for weight loss. What are your thoughts on Egg Benefits? Let me know in the comments below.

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