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12 THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU EAT EGGS


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Eggs are incredibly healthy and should be part of your regular diet.

They are an easy- obtainable, versatile, and inexpensive source of proteins. Furthermore, they are rich in amino acids, iron, and antioxidants. Moreover, eggs also improve your health, since each 85-calorie eggs packs a solid 7 grams of the muscle-builder.

You should eat the whole egg, as its yolk contains a fat-fighting nutrient called choline. Thus, it can help you reduce excess pounds.

Nevertheless, you need to be careful and always look at the labels of eggs and choose organic ones. Organic eggs do not contain antibiotics, hormones, and vaccines, and their quality is regulated by the USDA.

On the other hand, this is not the case with their color. Namely, Molly Morgan, RD, a board-certified sports specialist dietician based in upstate New York, claims that the color of the egg differs according to the type of the chicken, but the nutritional value is the same.

Eggs are extremely healthy food, so it is highly advisable to include them in your daily menu.

Here are 12 most important reasons to do so:

1. Eggs Can Save Your Life

Many of you do not know that the human body can produce eleven essential amino acids necessary to sustain life, but it needs nine more, so can you guess where can you find the rest? In eggs, indeed! A lack of those 9 amino acids can lead to muscle wasting, decreased the immune response, weakness, fatigue, and changes to the texture of your skin and hair.

2. Improve Your Cholesterol Profile

We all know some the main things concerning cholesterol, that it can be bad if high, that there are two types of cholesterol: good and bad, and that eggs contain cholesterol in large amounts.

Nevertheless, the ratio of ‘good’ cholesterol, or HDL, and ‘bad’ cholesterol, or LDL, is the main concern of doctors. Namely, there are 212 milligrams of cholesterol in a big egg. However, this does not indicate that eggs raise the ‘bad’ cholesterol levels in the blood. Out body constantly produces cholesterol.

However, numerous studies have shown that eggs can actually improve your cholesterol profile, as they increase the HDL, the good cholesterol, and the size of the LDL particles.

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