Good And the Bad of Egg – By Dr Harold Gunatillake Website:www.Doctorharold.com Transcript: Eggs are healthy and have beneficial effects for human consumption. An egg has the ingredients within and the potential to give life. It has the highest anabolic effect compared to any other form of food, including the highly-rated veggies. Anabolic means promoting anabolism or biosynthesis – the biochemical reaction that constructs molecules from smaller components. For instance, the ingredients within the egg can turn into muscle protein or other proteins. 48% of the nutrients within turn into body tissue. On the contrary, meat, fish and chicken produce 32% only converting into body tissue like the muscles. In short, there is no other dietary food that has the ingredients that convert, having so much as 48% converting into body tissue. So, eggs are very efficient in turning into body tissue Eggs are very high in nutrients and vitamins ...

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Pace power trio may be pared down to solo act in Sri Lanka – By Daniel Brettig Source:theage.com.au Power trio Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood are braced for the possibility of becoming a solo act in Sri Lanka, for two Test matches at famously spin-friendly Galle. On Australia’s last Test visit in 2016, Sri Lanka won by 229 runs in just three days at the seaside venue, and bowled a grand total of five overs of pace in the match. While Mitchell Starc was in the middle of the most destructive series of his career, Hazlewood and the allrounder Mitchell Marsh were far from penetrative. It’s those memories – and the success of Australia in adapting to Pakistani conditions earlier this year – that have Hazlewood and company prepared for a scenario whereby captain Cummins and all-rounder Cam Green are the only fast bowling options selected. “It’s probably ...

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