If you’ve not been eating eggs, you don’t know what you’ve been missing out on; eggs are about the healthiest foods you can eat as a person. They have a lot of nutrients that are designed to keep you in proper health.
Take a look at some of the benefits you stand to enjoy from eating enough eggs.
Eggs raise the HDL level
Also known as ‘good cholesterol’, HDL can be found in the blood stream. Its job is to move around the blood, looking for bad cholesterol and fat to eliminate from the blood stream. In doing this, the HDL ensures you are safe from heart attack. The higher the HDL, the safer you are, and the lower, the less safe.
Eggs have the right combination of vitamins required to give you stronger, healthier bones. So the more eggs you eat, the stronger your bones are.
They promote weight loss
If you’re looking to eat less calories, and lose some weight, you have no reason not to eat eggs.
According to a new research from the Rochester Centre for Obesity in America, eating eggs for breakfast could help limit your calorie intake throughout the rest of the day, by more than 400 calories.
Just like with your bones, eggs have all the right nutrients your brain requires to stay in top condition. You end up being smarter, think faster, and even more.
They are rich in protein
If you didn’t know that eggs have one of the highest levels of protein you’ll find in any food, now you know. Protein is very important for your general well being. So eat more eggs to stay healthier.
Protection from eye diseases
Eggs have the right nutrients to ward off harmful eye conditions like cataract, and make your eyesight sharper and better.
Healthier hair and nails
And the list goes on. Eating eggs can also give you healthier hair and nails.
Eat right, and stay healthy.
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