Daily Eggs Consumption Is Beneficial For Health

Daily Eggs Consumption Is Beneficial For Health
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Eggs can be cooked in multiple ways, and they are all easy. However, there are many myths surrounding eggs, and some of them speak of the harmful effects of eating eggs. In reality, eggs are rich in protein, low in calories, favors satiety, and recent studies revealed they are beneficial if consumed daily.

Daily Eggs Consumption Is Beneficial For Health

Eggs are considered high-quality protein food as each serving provides 6 grams, which represents 10% of the daily recommendation of an adult and 30% of that of children. Even though for years it was recommended to reduce eggs consumption because it was linked to the increase in cholesterol level, more recent studies indicated that the fat profile of the egg is healthy as eggs are very low in saturated fats and do not contain trans fats.

The white contains all the nine essential amino acids and is also a source of vitamin B12 which is involved in the formation of red blood cells and neurons. One serving provides 85% of the recommended intake for an adult. It’s also a rich source of vitamin A, D, E, and others from the B complex such as Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Folic Acid, that besides the minerals such as iron, phosphorus, zinc, and selenium. Eggs also contain antioxidants and are ideal for the eyes.

Always Pay Attention To Eggs’ Freshness

When submerging a raw egg in water with 10% salt, it should sink. If the egg floats it means that, it is not fresh or that the conservation conditions were not adequate. When the egg is broken, the yolk should be centered and suspended in the egg white. As time goes by, the egg white loses consistency and that causes it to scatter on the plate.

Once cooked, if the size of the air chamber between the white and the yolk is small it means that the egg is fresh. At home, it is recommended to avoid leaving eggs at room temperature or exposed to sunlight or heat sources, so you can keep them in the refrigerator and remove them at the time of preparation. They should not come into contact with other foods that may contaminate them.


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