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The healing power of eggs

  1. Eggs are good for your cholesterol levels. Eggs are indispensable in the daily menu. You can use them in countless ways in the kitchen. The egg is very healthy. It used to be thought that too many eggs was not good, but that turned out to be nonsense. Proteins from meat are not really good because actually all meat contains carcinogenic substances, but proteins from eggs are good. In addition, it takes more energy to digest an egg than it contains energy. That means that your egg will make you slimmer.

Vitamin B4

  1. After meat, eggs are the second important source of choline which is a substance found in our brains. Eggs are good for the brain. It prevents old-age forgetfulness. That's because choline also acts as an anti-inflammatory. Chronic inflammation at the cellular level can lead to cancer, cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline, Alzheimer's, osteoporosis and type 2 diabetes. Choline is also called vitamin B4, it is a new member of the vitamin B complex since 1998. An egg contains over 26% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA)

Nutrients in the egg

  1. Eggs contain some important vitamins and minerals, besides the fact that they naturally contain protein. There are many selenium and iodine in the egg. An egg provides about 20% of the RDI for these minerals. Molybdenum and phosphorus account for 11 and 9% of the RDI, respectively. In addition to B4, eggs also contain B2, B5, B12 and vitamin D. Eggs also contain a lot of the amino acid

B12 in egg

  1. Eggs contain vitamin B12. Some experts still maintain the myth that B12 is only found in meat. An egg contains 9% of the RDI of B12. This vitamin is also found in yeast and only a few plant species, including the little eaten herb comfrey, which is more commonly used for muscle pain and muscle injuries. B12 is also in seaweed

What does the chicken eat?

  1. Lately, there has been some concern about the declining health-promoting properties of eggs due to chickens being fed genetically engineered corn

Tips for eating eggs

  1. Eggs are the basis for a homemade mayonnaise. You can make a delicious egg salad with 5-6 eggs, a potato, a splash of milk and chopped chives. Eggs are delicious on bread, whether boiled or baked. When you bake eggs, it is nice to have them with young cheese

Meal pancake

  1. You can make a meal omelet pancake by beating 3 eggs in a blender with a splash of milk and wheat flour. Then first fry vegetables such as an onion, tomato, red pepper, bell pepper and mushrooms in a frying pan and when they are almost done, put the batter over it. The result is a thick, filled pancake that is good for one meal or as a side dish for 2-3 people.

  2. You can make a meal omelet pancake by beating 3 eggs in a blender with a dash of milk and wheat flour. Then first fry vegetables such as an onion, tomato, red pepper, bell pepper and mushrooms in a frying pan and when they are almost done, put the batter over it. The result is a thick, filled pancake that is good for one meal or as a side dish for 2-3 people.



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