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What happens to your body when you eat 3 eggs for a week


Eggs are a part of the diet of almost every human being, but regarding their nutritional value, we can freely say that they are not as used as they deserve to be.

Namely, eggs are a miraculous food which can offer impressive health benefits. If you increase the number of eggs you consume regularly, you will significantly boost your health.

Its yolk contains more than 90 percent of its calcium and iron, and the white has almost half the protein. Today, we will reveal some interesting facts regarding eggs that will certainly convince you to eat them regularly.

The best quality protein

One of the vital elements of a healthy diet is protein, as we use it to repair and build old tissues. Hence, eggs provide the best quality protein. Amino acids are its building blocks, but 9 of them are not naturally produced by the human body, and all of them can be consumed through eggs.

Eggs, meat ( fish and poultry as well) and milk proteins are all complete proteins, meaning that they have enough of these essential amino acids. Yet, eggs provide the best protein in quality, with a rating of 100, while milk is rated at 93 and fish and beef at 75. An egg has approximately the same protein content as 30g cooked poultry, fish or meat.

Rich source of iron

In the case of mild iron deficiency, people feel tired, irritable, and suffer from headaches. Iron carries the oxygen in the blood and is an extremely important factor for many body functions, including the energy metabolism and immunity. The yolk contains heme iron, which is the most readily absorbable and usable iron form found in food, whose absorption is much greater that the one of the iron in most supplements.

They do not raise blood cholesterol

As a result of their cholesterol content of 210mg per egg yolk, eggs gained a bad reputation in the 90s, as many studies showed that they lead to coronary heart disease.

However, you need to be aware of the fact that foods that are rich in fat, especially saturated and trans fatty acids, are more dangerous for the heart health than cholesterol found in food. Therefore, the egg is a cheap, easily digestible and rich source of protein.

Nutrient adequacy

Eggs contain numerous nutrients, so they significantly contribute to a healthy diet. Namely, one study included participants who ate and other who did not consume eggs and showed that those who did not eat eggs were more likely to become deficient in vitamins A, E and B12.

Eggs provided 10-20% of folate and 20-30% of vitamins A, E and B12 to participants who ate them. This shows how eggs can be extremely important in ensuring nutrient adequacy.

Promote brain health

Eggs are high in choline, which is a nutrient that promotes the development of the brain in the foetus and newborn, as well as the memory function. An egg a day will supply 28% of the requirement of choline during the pregnancy.

This nutrient is crucial during pregnancy and lactation, as well as for the brain development of the foetus. It is of great importance for a lifelong memory improvement as well. A study showed that in rats, found that the memory function in the aged rat was partly influenced by the food that the mother consumed.

Bone health

Being one of the rare natural vitamin D sources, eggs are extremely beneficial for your bones. Namely, this vitamin is crucial for the absorption


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