Do You Want Your Next Baby To Be Smarter?

in health •  5 months ago

For many years I have suspected that the difference in our children's intelligence was linked to this simple nutritional difference. I so deeply wish we had done this for both of our children when my wife was pregnant. The link below provides evidence of the nutritional power of the simple egg effecting brain health and development. While my wife was pregnant with our first born, a daughter, she asked for and I made her an eggnog every morning. The recipe was simple: one raw egg, one teaspoon sugar, one teaspoon vanilla, 12 ounces of milk. I blended it up and gave it to her every day. She didn't ask for it and I didn't make them for her when she was pregnant with our son. Today our kids are in their 40's. Our daughter has an IQ that qualifies her to be a member of MENSA and is a vice-president of a major US corporation. Our son works in a factory in production and has always struggled academically. We are equally proud of both, but I have always suspected that the eggnog during pregnancy made the difference in their intellect.

Don't worry about salmonella poisoning. In the very rare chance you find a rotten egg you'll smell it long before the glass reaches your lips. Our paranoia regarding eggs is just silly. They are a perfect food source containing everything necessary to support life and in the exact quantities needed for the chick that resides within it. And now you know that if you want smart children, get cracking!

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2018/11/19/choline-fatty-liver.aspx?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20181119Z1_UCM&et_cid=DM248355&et_rid=474137492

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This was in 1975. Ignorance is my only excuse.

Makes sense. Good nutrition can only help.

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I have eaten 2-3 dozen eggs a week for 30+ years. They offer the most nutrition when eaten raw.

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That's a lot of eggs. You eat them all raw?

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No, but the yokes are runny. An omlette with less than three eggs isn't worth the time to make