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Top 5 benefits of eating eggs | Health benefits of eating eggs

  • Good for eye health

It is typical for our vision to degrade as we age, but there are several nutrients gained from a balanced diet that may assist promote eye health. Eggs are one example of a visually appealing dish. The yolk is high in carotenes, particularly lutein and zeaxanthin, which are helpful in avoiding retinal degeneration and cataracts. Eggs are also high in vitamin A, which is essential for excellent vision.

  • Weight management

Eggs are high in protein, which is more satisfying than fat or carbs. Eggs are a good dietary option since they rank high on the satiety index, which measures how satisfying a dish is. In fact, research suggest that an egg breakfast is more sustaining than a calorie-counted carb meal and may even help you lose weight later in the day.

  • Can support heart health

Eggs are high in betaine and choline, two nutrients that improve heart health. According to a study of almost half a million people in China, eating one egg per day may lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, while doctors emphasize that eggs must be taken as part of a balanced lifestyle to be effective.

  • Eggs are nutritious

Whole eggs are incredibly dense, containing nearly every vitamin that the body requires. They are good suppliers of several difficult-to-find nutrients including vitamin D and B12, as well as the mineral iodine. Eggs are considered a ‘complete’ protein source because they include all nine necessary amino acids that humans need. Furthermore, because of the food the hens are fed, if you pick brands supplemented with omega-3 fatty acids, you will benefit from increased omega-3 fatty acids as well as fat soluble vitamins such as vitamins A and E.

  • Source of choline
Eggs are one of the finest sources of choline in the diet. Everyone need this little-discussed vitamin for the development of cell membranes and brain function, including memory. It’s especially vital during pregnancy and breast-feeding, when choline is required for appropriate brain development.

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