There are two risk factors to consider when consuming raw eggs: Salmonella and deficiency in biotin. Salmonella is a food borne infection found in undercooked poultry and eggs; however, Salmonella is only present in one of 30,000 eggs (or .0003%), and the risk of poisoning can be reduced even more if the consumer buys eggs from cage-free, organically-fed chickens. Biotin deficiency, on the other hand, stems from only consuming egg whites. Biotin is a B-complex vitamin found in the egg’s yolk, so such a deficiency can be counteracted by consuming the whole raw egg, not just the egg white.
What you need to worry about is the corn. It is evil! It is in everything, even that chicken egg. STOP EATING CORN IT IS AN ALIEN!!!!!
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