Regardless of your opinion on eggs, let’s face it, you probably have a pack in your fridge.
For me, eating eggs each morning is a good way to start the day.
Not only because they taste rather good, but also because I’ve that they come with a number of benefits besides.
Yet even I – egg advocate that I most definitely am – didn’t fully appreciate how useful they can be.
After reading the information in this article, though, I’ve upped my egg intake to at least two every day.
What do eggs contain
Plenty, as it happens. Eggs contain vitamins A, D and E, as well as B12, riboflavin and folate.
On top of that, you’ll find minerals such as iodine, iron, calcium, zinc and selenium. I know, right, lots!
Eggs and cholesterol
You might have heard that eggs are bad for you because they contain cholesterol?
Wrong. There’s certainly cholesterol in eggs, but it’s not the horribly bad for you, get into the blood type cholesterol.
You shouldn’t be worrying about cholesterol in eggs, or so says dietary expert Jennie Nyenvik of Swedish site Aftonbladet.
1. Lose weight with eggs
Studies show that a protein rich breakfast can actually help you with weight loss.
According to research, a low-calorie diet, combined with a regular dose of eggs for breakfast, can help you lose weight twice as fast.
Also, keep in mind that eggs can help make you feel full for longer, meaning that they’re useful towards lowering your calorie intake overall.
2. Eggs strengthen your immune system
Given that most people are just emerging from the winter months – you may have been sneezing and coughing for the past few weeks – right about now is the perfect time to say that eggs can bolster your immune system.
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