Well, actually I don't eat whole eggs in the morning, I eat them at night. My breakfast contains 15g of fat at most whereas my prebed would be closer to 40g. Am I wrong in thinking that your body handles fats better at night (whatever that means... I guess it implies less fat storage) because I read something like that somewhere on the big wide web.
So my question is why do so many of us eat whole eggs in the morning when they would potentially slow down digestion of nutrients after a fast, wouldn't it be a better choice to put them later in the day or prebed? (If you're limited to 4 eggs a day by tightass food rationing)