Why eggs are most healthiest food ever

Discover the nutritional value of eggs that makes it the healthiest food ever

Have you ever wondered that why nutritionists and health experts recommend eggs in the diet chart? The reason is its high nutritional value. Eggs are considered to be the healthiest food you can ever eat because it is rich in multi-vitamins, amino acids, anti-oxidants, iron and many other valuable nutrients.

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An egg a day for a healthy body and life

You can include an egg in your regular diet as it is highly beneficial to the body. It is very nutritious and provides essential nutrients to human brain. There are various reasons for which eggs can be considered as the healthiest food ever. A whole egg turns into a chicken that means it has all the essential nutrients that any life requires for its existence. Eggs are rich in minerals, vitamins, protein and fat and many other important nutrients. One whole egg contains Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin A, and Vitamin B5, Selenium and many other vitamins and minerals like potassium, iron, calcium, zinc, manganese, Folate, Vitamin A and a lot more important nutrients needed by the human body. If you take one egg per day that means you are taking 75 calories, 7 grams of protein, 5 grams of fat and some amount of carbohydrates. It is important to take the yolk along with the white as the maximum nutrients remain in the yolk.

Another reason for which eggs are considered healthy as it controls the cholesterol level and reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Though eggs are high in cholesterol but those are good cholesterol that doesn’t have any bad impact on body. It improves the profile of cholesterol in the body by raising the good cholesterol (HDL) and lowers the risk of heart problem by increasing the size of LDL particles.

Eggs are also rich in choline which is a healthy nutrient and very effective for various kinds of processes in the human body. Deficiency of choline in the body may lead to various liver, neurological and cardiovascular diseases. This nutrient is also important for pregnant women as the lack of proper amount of choline may lead to cognitive defects in the baby so it is very important to add eggs in your daily diet chart for the proper functioning of the body.

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Enormous benefits of eggs for a good life

Another vital reason that will compel you to include eggs in your daily diet is it is loaded with protein and amino acid. Proteins are essential for the growth and development of the body and amino acid is also equally important for overall well-being.

Eggs also have Lutein and Zeaxanthin which are the very powerful antioxidants for the eyes. These antioxidants help in reducing the risk of Cataracts and macular degeneration. It helps to reduce the chances of developing eye related problems.

There is Good news for the weight checkers as it helps in losing body fat. Eggs have very less amount of carbohydrates and more amount of protein. It also has high satiety index to keep you full for long time so that you can have it for breakfast.

Source: Ms. Sheela Seharwat, Dietitian. She is one of the youngest successful entrepreneur of India, and founder and head mentor of Diet Clinic Health Care Pvt. Ltd.Β 

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45 thoughts on “Why eggs are most healthiest food ever

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  2. We are an egg loving family πŸ˜‰ my little one begins her day asking – Omelette, better half & me boiled one every day. I wonder what would I do with no eggs…??
    Lovely post and clear many doubts revolving around benefits of eggs.

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  3. Sunday ho ya Monday – ROz khao Anday – this is what I am reminded of from my childhood, and this is what I say EVERYDAY when I give my kids Eggs everyday! Thankfully there are so many options that you can serve an egg like. and my kids love all forms πŸ™‚

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