Yes, Eggs Are Good For You!
Egg calories are only a minor benefit that you
can gain from one egg. There are many benefits, and all of them are known to
promote better health:
1. Eggs can
improve the condition of the eyes. Besides egg
calories, this dairy product contains special types of
carotenoids, namely, zexanthin and lutein. Both of them are known to reduce the
possibility of developing cataracts and can stop the degeneration of the nerves
in the eyes. If you find yourself spending most of your time in front of your
PC, you can strengthen your vision by increasing your egg calories.
2. They can
improve the development of the brain. The egg yolk, which may have higher level
of cholesterol than the white, contains choline, which regulates the condition
of the brain. It also encourages better function of the cardiovascular and the
nervous system. In fact, eggs can lower down the possibility of acquiring heart
disease or suffering from stroke and heart attack.
3. Eggs are high in protein. Egg calories provide
the energy that you need, but the proteins, which you can also find in eggs,
will be the building blocks for stronger muscles, growth, and regeneration of
the cells. The amino acids, on the other hand, allow the vital organs of your
body to produce the right amount of enzyme, which can digest the food and
convert them to glucose. This type of sugar is then delivered into the
bloodstream to be used as fuel.
calories can make your hair longer and shinier. A special type of protein for
the hair and the nails is keratin. Moreover, you have to have high level of
sulfur in order to grow your hair faster. Aside from egg calories, eggs have
that mineral. Thus, older women or men who are going bald are encouraged to
include egg calories into their diets.
5. Eggs contain the right kind of fat. Unknown to many, there are
actually two kinds of fat. The good one is called the unsaturated fat, while
the other one is the saturated fat. Eggs do contain fat - in fact, both of
them. Nevertheless, the unsaturated fat dominates the other. Thus, the kind of
fat you will gain from egg calories is good for the heart and doesn't add up to
your cholesterol level.
with these egg nutrition facts, you are going to look at egg calories in a different
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