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Eggs: Health Benefits of Egg Consumption

  1. Eggs in whatever form (scrambled, poached, boiled, omelet) have all the essential nutrients on board to keep the body healthy. Not only do they contain a perfect source of protein, they are also rich in many vitamins and minerals that the body needs. Regular consumption of the egg improves the health of the heart, eyes and brain, among other things.

Nutrients

  1. Both the white and yolk of an egg are rich in nutrients such as protein, vitamins and minerals, with the yolk also containing cholesterol, fat-soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids. Eggs are a very good source of high quality protein. More than half of an egg's proteins are present in the egg white as well as vitamin B2. Fat is also present in the egg white, but in lower amounts than the yolk. Eggs are rich sources of selenium, vitamins D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron

Health benefits of egg consumption

  1. Weight loss achieved

Tips for buying and storing eggs

  1. Eggs from free range or organically farmed hens are the preferred option for purchasing eggs. Eggs should always be visually inspected before purchasing. It is important to check eggs for cracks or liquid in the box because sometimes there are one or more broken eggs in a box. Humans keep eggs best in the refrigerator. Finally, it is best to eat eggs with a higher content of omega-3 fatty acids as quickly as possible so that these oils remain fresh.