Food Review : Killer Gourmet Burger

Okay, this is my first time trying KGB Burger. I mean their burgers. I used to try their Kimchi Fries with beef bulgogi which I love it so much because of the taste and the portion. We also ate Kimchi Fries Fully Loaded which contained extra rise n shine egg. I tried their burgers but I couldn’t comment much on it because I’ve tasted something better than them. It quite dry for me. Price is average among custom burgers competitors. Environment is quite small in space and if you are coming with a big group, I would suggest to sit outdoor.

 

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Hey, Egg is Good La!

Ladies,
Did you know that eggs can contribute for your leaner waistline?

Gentlemen,
By grabbing a convenient, easily-prepared egg, you’re poised to keep building fat-burning muscle and firm abs. So, don’t be afraid to enjoy the entire egg to take advantage of all the nutritional benefits they have to offer.

Students,
It is the most cheapest protein that you can buy and eat to gain your muscle and also keep you full until your lunch time! Come on, less than 50 cents for 1 whole egg. πŸ˜‰
Psstt.. It is also good for our brain!

Do You love egg? I Do!It is a very good source of protein! But many people afraid to eat it because of cholesterol. Hey, egg didn’t harm you unless you overeat it!

Eggs supply the energy you’ll need to work your abs and keep them toned and tight. Try to consume 1-2 of hard boiled eggs as a breakfast.Β It is also fit into your pocket or bag and easy to bring it as a snack! πŸ˜‰

Or there are other options or menu that you can try on eggs. I also love poached eggs with toast. But try to avoid fried egg as possible.
Studies in recent years show that eating a high-protein breakfast, like one that incorporates eggs, can help you lose more weight, lower body mass index, and whittle inches off of your waist when compared against a bagel breakfast of equal calories.

A research has shown that eating whole eggs increases HDL — the heart-protective, “good” cholesterol.
Those with heart disease, diabetes, or a high level of LDL ‘bad’ cholesterol should probably choose a small or medium egg vs. larger ones which have more cholesterol. Remember that egg whites have no cholesterol.

It is also good for :

Muscle Development –
With six grams of protein a pop, along with all of the amino acids our bodies need to build muscle, eggs are a great choice for encouraging muscle development.

For the Brain –
Eggs may be good for brain function since they contain choline. Choline is a nutrient that regulates the brain, nervous system and cardiovascular health. It helps maintain the structure of brain cell membranes, which helps relay messages from the brain to nerves and muscles. It also helps pregnant women with fetal brain development and prevents birth defects.

For Weight Management –
Eggs are a quality source of protein, and are known to be the highest source of all food sources. Protein helps give your body energy and makes you feel full longer. Eggs are also low in saturated fat and can be considered a lean protein, as they contain only 70 calories each. Lean proteins are a vital component to weight management, when accompanied by fresh vegetables and whole grains. Eggs may also help build muscle strength and prevent muscle loss.

For the Eyes, Hair and Nails –
Health diaries suggests that eggs are especially beneficial to the eyes. Eating one daily may prevent macular degeneration, because eggs contain the nutrients lutein and zeaxanthin. These nutrients are found in eggs more than other food sources. Consuming eggs may also lower the risk of cataracts. Eggs also contain a high sulfur content and are a good source vitamin D, along with other vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. This helps grow healthy hair and nails.

A Simple Guide To Eggs Egg Lovers' Breakfast

Credit and citation to
http://www.livestrong.com/blog/eggs-get-lean-flat-abs/
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/30/health-benefits-of-eggs-yolks_n_2966554.html
http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/features/eggs-dietary-friend-foe