Ae we can go on like this forever. Those are the facts, that's the logic, how you interpret it is up to you. Probably there's no study that addresses your condition exactly.
If there's no study showing that raw whole fertile
eggs cause health damage and if you cannot provide any study supporting your claim that egg and meat protein putrefy in the colon, then those are not the facts regarding real health problems, but instead are unsupported claims.
The evidence reveals that the claims of masses of meat rotting and putrefying in the colon are "in a word, crap" to quote Snopes:
Does Meat Rot In Your Colon? No. What Does? Beans, Grains, and Vegetables!http://www.gnolls.org/1444/does-meat-rot-in-your-colon-no-what-does-beans-grains-and-vegetables/
Meat Your Makerhttp://www.snopes.com/horrors/gruesome/fecalcolon.asp
In my experience, raw fertile eggs have been one of my most beneficial foods (I'm not claiming that necessarily applies to anyone else, as my signature indicates), and Aajonus and his clients and other people report the same:
The Health Benefits of Raw Eggs - A Life Building Food
Thursday, February 07, 2008 by: Rami Nagelhttp://www.naturalnews.com/022607.html#ixzz1QrTcVDKe
The Health Benefits of Raw Eggs
By John Claydon D. Homhttp://www.regenerativenutrition.com/content.asp?id=268
There are even claims of problems from cooking egg whites:
What Are the Health Benefits of Raw Organic Egg Whites?http://www.livestrong.com/article/410642-what-are-the-health-benefits-of-raw-organic-egg-whites/#ixzz1QrVcHPCb
I eat egg whites too, but unlike most people here I accept that they are not the best thing to be eaten raw (or cooked for that matter).
I didn't make broad positive health claims regarding raw egg whites, I just questioned your negative claims about avidin being a problem that requires cooking and egg protein putrefying in the colon. When presented with an alternative solution of high quality fertile eggs you failed to even acknowledge it, much less refute it or consider it. Why? Aren't you interested at all in the raw option? If you want to cook your egg whites, go ahead, but don't expect us to believe that raw whole fertile eggs are a health problem unless the whites are cooked or that raw egg whites putrefy in the colon without supporting evidence. I'm open to the possibility and I prefer egg yolks to whites, whether raw or cooked, but I require evidence to buy your claims. You're the one making the claims, so you are the one who needs to support those claims if you expect anyone to believe them. Rehashing of vegetarian myths is not evidence.
If you're sure that you need both yolks and whites,
I didn't say that, I only said that I'm don't find that I need to eat them separately.
But how can you make it sure if you always eat both mixed at once?
I don't always, why do you assume that I do? I just don't find that I need to and I don't notice any differences. I accept your word that you do need to do it and I'm not arguing that you don't.