Health Benefits Of Eggs!

A K Rao

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1.Since they have all the required amino acids, vitamins and elements the eggs promotes healthy growth.

2. Regular consumption of the egg augments heart attack and maintains a healthy heart.

3. Since the egg is rich in protein and less in calories it helps in maintain the body weight.

4. Presence of calcium and vitamin D Fortifies bone tissues of the body.

5. The vitamin A helps in enhancing eye function.

6. Since it is rich in copper, cobalt, Iron protein and other ingredients it prevents anemia.

7. Egg is full of nutrients so it supplies ample of energy.

8. Eggs ensure healthy pregnancy as this is a complete food package to grow a zygote into a chicken.

9. The egg boosts immune system of the body because of omega 3 fatty acids and also antioxidants.

10.The egg strengthen muscle tissue because it is having lot of protein proportionately.
 

Augusta

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I'm one person that love to add eggs to my menu but I eat more of the white than the yolk. Since I'm trying to lose weight.i read that the yolk is fastening, so I give that to my small niece but consume the egg white. It is not only nutritious it is also filling
 
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A K Rao

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I'm one person that love to add eggs to my menu but I eat more of the white than the yolk. Since I'm trying to lose weight.i read that the yolk is fastening, so I give that to my small niece but consume the egg white. It is not only nutritious it is also filling
That is a valid point , egg white is good source of proteins with less calories! I am going to post another article on this very soon! Thanks!
 
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Lens1000

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I love eating egg alot and I often add it to my menu . But I've heard people talked about the disadvantages of eating egg when you reach a certain age, say above 35 years. How true is this? Because while enjoying the egg in my meal something crosses my mind. Why am i eating this because it doesn't work for me anymore since I am above stipulated age
 
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Dora Wi

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Eggs also have choline in them which contributes to the health of your nervous system, muscles and cell membranes. While - like with most things - moderation is important, eggs have received a lot of bad rep over the years for their cholesterol and fat content. But the truth is, it can be a valuable part of any diet.
 
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