Here are some important effects that regular egg eating can bring.

  1. Incredible power hidden in the egg

Eggs are a popular dietary ingredient. It is worth using them because they contain huge amounts of amino acids, antioxidants and iron. They draw from anemia, nourish the weak body, affect the condition of the brain. All thanks contained in the yolk eggs Choline, a substance necessary for the proper operation and construction of every cell in the body.

When buying eggs it is worth paying attention to the labels. Let’s choose only those from natural breeding especially eggs with Omega 3. They do not contain antibiotics, hormones and are examined many times by doctors.

  1. Raising the level of good cholesterol

In the human body, we distinguish two types of cholesterol: LDL (bad cholesterol) and HDL (good). Large-sized hen eggs contain up to 300 mg of this substance. This does not mean, however, that their consumption increases the level of this bad cholesterol in the blood. The human body produces cholesterol all the time, and the eggs can contribute to the leveling of its level – so research shows. The balance between LDL and HDL will be maintained.

  1. Strengthening immunity

Chicken egg is a nutritional bomb. In addition to vitamins, it contains micronutrients important for the body’s functioning. Selenium is one of them. In a large egg we can find as much as 22 percent. recommended daily intake of this element . What properties does selenium have ? It helps support the immune system and regulates thyroid hormones. It is especially recommended for children, in whom deficiencies of this mineral may result in the development of diseases of the heart, bones and joints.

  1. Reducing the risk of heart disease

LDL cholesterol is called bad because its molecules transport fat to the arteries, and it deposits itself on their walls, leading to atherosclerosis and the adhesion of arteries. In contrast , HDL cholesterol , the good one, can remove bad particles from the arteries. However, not all LDL particles are equal in size, there are many types.

The bigger ones are definitely more effective. Studies have shown that patients with an increased risk of heart disease have arteries clogged mainly by small LDL molecules. And now the most important: even if the eggs tend to raise cholesterol, studies have shown that they contribute to changes in the size of LDL particles : from small to much larger and compacted, thus reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

  1. Energy increase

One egg contains about 15 percent. recommended daily intake of riboflavin , also called vitamin B2. It’s one of eight B vitamins that helps the body convert foods into carbohydrates, which in turn turn into energy.

  1. Skin improvement

Vitamins from group B are very important not only because of the help in obtaining energy. They play an important role in the care of the skin, hair, nails and liver. Chicken eggs contain the most vitamins B2, B5 and B12 . In addition, the so-called B-complex ensures proper functioning of the nervous system , forming casings around nerve cells.

  1. Improving brain and liver function

Eggs are the perfect food for improving the work of the most important human body – the brain. To a large extent, they owe this to the choline content, which occurs in phospholipids. These, in turn, build cell membranes and function as neurotransmitters in the nervous system, probably taking part in the process of “creating” memory . In addition, choline participates in the transport and metabolism of cholesterol into veins – it decreases, however, the deposition of fat. Thanks to this, it also affects the liver.

  1. Reducing the risk of eye diseases

Egg yolks, in addition to vitamins, also contain antioxidants – lutein and zeaxanthin, which have a strong protective effect on the eyes. These substances – as research shows – contribute to reducing the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts , which are one of the most common causes of blindness in the elderly. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition also published a study whose participants consumed 1.3 egg yolks a day for a month. After this time, the level of lutein and zeaxanthin in their blood increased by 28-50 percent respectively. and 114-142 percent.

  1. Improving the condition of bones and teeth

Eggs are one of the few natural sources of vitamin D , important for the proper development and health of bones and teeth. This is because it helps the absorption of calcium into the blood . This one plays a significant role in the body – it supports the work of the heart, colon, improves metabolism and nerve conduction.

 

 

 

 

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