Eggs are one of the easiest, the most versatile and the cheapest ways for you to take in more proteins.
Besides for increasing your daily protein count, eggs are also great for boosting your health, as they contain seven grams of the muscle-builder, each 85-calorie egg. Eggs are also abundant in amino acids, iron and antioxidants. Do not avoid the yolk, since it boasts a fat-fighting nutrient called choline. That is why you should eat the whole egg, which will help you trim down.
Every time you buy eggs, look at the labels. Always opt for the organic ones. Their quality is regulated by the USDA and they are free from antibiotics, hormones and vaccines. When it comes to color, that is your call. Different types of chicken give eggs with different color, but with the same nutritional value, claims Molly Morgan, RD, a board certified sports specialist dietician based in upstate New York. We present you only twelve of the many mighty effects eggs have on our body.
1. YOU’LL REDUCE YOUR RISK OF HEART DISEASE
We all know that the LDL cholesterol is ‘bad’ cholesterol, and that is because the LDL particles transmit their fat molecules into artery walls, and drive atherosclerosis, principally gumming up of the arteries. The HDL particles, on the other hand, remove fat molecules from the walls of the arteries. However, not all LDL particles are the same, and there are different subtypes that are different in size. The bigger are better, because it was scientifically proven in numerous studies that individuals who have predominantly small, dense LDL particles have an increased risk of heart disease compared to individuals who have predominantly large LDL particles. The best part is – even though eggs tend to increase the LDL cholesterol in some people, research indicates that the LDL particles change from small and dense to large, thus cutting the risk of cardiovascular issues. (Read More)
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