The Amazing Benefits Of One Egg a Day

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I wish we all had know this earlier, right? This is amazing. Eggs are life changers.

Eggs. Remember when eggs were given a villainous rap? They caused heart disease. Their cholesterol was bad stuff. If you started your day off with eggs, you were slowly killing yourself.

It was all a non-sensical diatribe based on incredibly faulty science. The cholesterol in eggs was supposed to be killing us, but instead, it was saving us the entire time. In fact, the cholesterol in eggs seems to help prevent heart disease and breast cancer. Who feels like they were taken for a ride now?

Via Ngrguardiannews.com: The stakeholders which include: farmers, students, markets and egg merchants expressed the believe that that an egg has many nutritional benefits like protein, vitamins, and cholesterol, which can reduce the risks of heart diseases.

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Via foodforbreastcancer.com: Egg yolks are a significant source of choline, consumption of which has been found to be associated with lower risk of breast cancer in some studies. A case-control study of the participants in the Nurses’ Health Study found that consumption of eggs during high school was positively associated with lower risk of breast cancer for the women in adulthood. A major study combining the data in eight previous prospective North American and European studies found breast cancer risk was slightly decreased for women who consumed fewer than two eggs per week but slightly increased among women who consumed one or more eggs per day compared to women who did not eat eggs.

What are the other benefits?

  1. Eggs are a good source for choline (mentioned above), vitamin A, vitamin D, iron, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), lutein, zeaxanthin. That’s a super health bomb of nutrients right there!
  2. Buy the Omega 3 enriched eggs, or pastured eggs, and you get Omega 3 fatty acid. Most people in the US are heavy on Omega 6, which can cause inflammation. Omega 3 balances things out. Think fish. Yep, you can eat these eggs for the same effect.
  3. Eggs raise your good cholesterol: HDL. “HDL-C is the “good” cholesterol because it exerts multiple beneficial functions within the cardiovascular system. Higher levels are more beneficial, and your physician should not undertake any therapeutic measures to reduce your HDL-C. “(source)
  4. Eggs contain Lutein (mentioned above) and Zeaxanthin. These help your eyesight stay strong. “Lutein, zeaxanthin, 3′-epilutein, and 3-hydroxy-beta,epsilon-caroten-3′-one in human retina may be interconverted through a series of oxidation-reduction reactions similar to our earlier proposed metabolic transformation of these compounds in humans. The presence of the direct oxidation product of lutein and 3′-epilutein (metabolite of lutein and zeaxanthin) in human retina suggests that lutein and zeaxanthin may act as antioxidants to protect the macula against short-wavelength visible light.” (source)
  5. They are easy and simple to prepare and affordable. You get all the protein you need from eggs. You can boil them, scramble them, fry them in coconut oil. You can buy easy to use egg boiler contraptions that work while you are getting dressed.

Eggs are a health bomb. They are easy to prepare. No reason to not eat at least one egg a day.

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