Research reveals: What happens to your body if you eat two eggs a day
No matter what your opinion on eggs is, they have lots of benefits for the human body, and even if you don’t like eating eggs, you probably have a couple in your fridge.
Consuming an egg when I start my day, in the morning, is a crucial part of my morning routine for the sheer number of benefits that I can get from that. As starters, I like how the eggs taste. Now, this might not be true for everybody, but as I mentioned above, there are lots of benefits that can come by only eating one egg.
But, even I, given the fact that I love eating eggs, don’t fully appreciate the benefits that come from that. Regardless, after a bit of research on the internet, I found that it really is a healthy thing, so I’ve even increased my egg intake to 2 eggs a day. And, I am sure you will too, once you’re finished reading this article.
The Contents of Eggs
There are a lot of healthy contents in eggs. There are tons of vitamins, including A, D, E, and B12, eggs also contain riboflavin and folate. And that is not all. There are also minerals like iodine, calcium, selenium, zinc, iron, and many more. Didn’t I tell you that they’re filled with healthy content?
The Link Between Eggs and Cholesterol
I know one thing for sure. You have heard that eggs are not healthy because of the fact that they increase the bad cholesterol, and I have one thing to say about it. It’s not true at all! Despite the fact that there is some cholesterol in eggs, but it isn’t a lot, so that’s why it can’t hurt you. A dietary expert from Swedish site Aftonbladet, Jennie Nyenvik, says that people shouldn’t be worried by the cholesterol that eggs contain
In the Following couple of paragraphs, you will find some of the best benefits that eggs have to offer for you. Enjoy!
Eggs for Weight Loss
There are studies that show us how this protein-rich breakfast can help us shed some pounds. Scientists have found out that by going on a low-calorie diet and including eggs in the morning for breakfast will help you shed some pounds fast and reliably.
Also, a good fact that you should know is that eggs can help you feel fuller for a longer period of time. This is good for you because you won’t be feeling the need to munch on something for longer periods of time if you eat eggs.
Improve Your Immune System
Sneezing and coughing are pretty regular things for the people that are coming out of the cold winter months. So, this might be one of the best times to tell you that eggs can help you improve your immune system.
There are studies that show that only two eggs every day can improve your immune system, and with that, you will lower the chances of infections, diseases, and viruses.
Eggs Improve Your Memory
Have you ever found yourself in a situation that you cannot remember something? I sure have, and it is pretty frustrating. But, there’s light at the end of the tunnel, scientists have found out that the amino acid choline that can be found in eggs has the ability to improve your memory and help you remember where you put your wallet and keys!
Improvement in Your Sight
Lutein, an ingredient in eggs, has the ability to improve your sight by clearing and sharpening your vision. Scientists have researched chicken eggs, and have proven that there is a lot of lutein. This makes them the best food for keeping your eyes healthy.
The lutein is also produced by your eyes, and it helps because it protects your retina from any kind of damage.
Good Against Depression
During the winter it’s a hard thing to get the needed dosage of vitamin D. But, did you know that eggs can help you get your needed dosage of vitamin D? Eggs have the ability to balance your PH in the teeth, and also strengthen your bones as well. And, as a lot of you already know, vitamin D can also eliminate depression.
Despite the fact that you’ve probably already known that eggs can give you lots of benefits for your health, but maybe you are just like me and simply couldn’t make yourself eat the needed amount of eggs in order to see those benefits. How do you feel after reading the post? Do you think that these benefits are good for you? Tell us in the comment section below.