12 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Eggs


You may not see this very often, but eggs really deserve to be called “superfoods.” Nutritionists say that egg s are incredibly nutritious.

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Add more eggs to your menu. These are loaded with nutrients, and most of them aren’t contained in the American diet. Eggs are rich in proteins, amino acids, iron and antioxidants. They are great for athletes and individuals who try to gain muscle. Do not divide the egg, and eat both the yolk and the white. Egg yolks contain fat-fighting nutrients called choline. This is what you need in your fight against excess pounds.

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Always look for organic eggs, since they don’t contain antibiotics, hormones, and vaccines. The quality of organic eggs is regulated by the USDA.

Dr. Molly Morgan, RD, a board certified sports specialist dietician, found that eggs have different color, and it depends on the type of the chicken. The nutritional value is the same.

Eggs are one of the healthiest foods on Earth, so try to eat them more often. We give you 12 reasons to do that.

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  1. Eggs will save you

Human body produces eleven amino acids, and it needs nine more to function properly. Eggs can give you the remaining nine acids. The lack of these fatty acids causes muscle wasting, weak immunity, weakness, fatigue, and weak hair and skin.

  1. Regulate cholesterol

Cholesterol can cause many problems. There are two type of cholesterol, bad and good. Eggs are packed with healthy portions.

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  1. Immunity boost

Eat an egg or two every day to fight infections, diseases and viruses. Eggs contain 22% of your recommended daily intake of selenium. This nutrient strengthens immunity, and regulates thyrid hormones.

Children should eat eggs as well. Selenium deficiency may lead to the development of Keshan disease and kashin-Beck disease. This applies to both children and adults.

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