No bad cholesterol no heart attack
There is a misunderstood that the cholesterol found in the egg yolk can raise the cholesterol levels in your body and puts your health at risk of stroke and heart attack. But the truth is, according to the research, there are no link between healthy people who eating eggs and either stroke and heart attack.
Full of vitamins
A average sized egg contains a several vitamins essential to your health:
- Vitamin B2 or riboflavin- which helps your body to break down food into energy.
- Vitamin B12 or cobalamin is vital for producing red blood cells.
- Vitamin A or retinol- which is great for your eyesight.
- Vitamin E or tocopherol helps fight off the free radicals that can cause cellular and tissue damage, which might lead to cancer. Vitamins A and B2 are also important for cell growth. So make sure your kids are eating eggs regularly.
Contains essential minerals
Eggs also contains phosphorus, iron and zinc. All these essential minerals are vital for your body, which like: iron will keep you away from grumpy and feeling tired; zinc keeps your immune systeme in top form and help your body convert food into energy; phosphorus is important for teeth and bones.
Reduce risk of cancer
Eggs are also one of the best sources of choline. A resaerch published found that women with high intake of choline are 25% less to get breast cancer. So feel free to grab your white omelette.
Keep you a good eyesight
Egg yolks are also high in zeaxanthin and lutein, both antioxidants that have been shown to ward off macular degeneration.
Shrink your waist
An omelette forr breakfast can help you limit calorie intake all day (more than 400 calories). That means you can lose about 1,5 kg each month.
Buil up your abs
These little orbs contain a certain sequence of amino acids which makes egg protein easy for your body to absorb. It means a hard boiled grade is an ideal food for muscle repairing after a butt busting exercises.