1. REDUCE RISK OF HEART DISEASE
LDL cholesterol particles transport their fat molecules into artery walls, and drive atherosclerosis basically, gumming up of the arteriesb , Bigger is definitely better many studies have shown that people who have predominantly small. Dense LDL particles have a higher risk of heart disease than people who have mostly large LDL particles. Even if eggs tend to raise LDL cholesterol in some people, studies show that the LDL particles change from small and dense to large, slashing the risk of cardiovascular problems.
2. BOOST YIMMUNE SYSTEM
Add an egg or two to your diet daily. One large egg contains almost a quarter (22%) of your RDA of selenium, a nutrient that helps support your immune system and regulate thyroid hormones. Kids should eat eggs and especially.But if children and adolescents don’t get enough selenium. They could develop Keshan disease and Kashin-Beck disease and two conditions that can affect the heart, bones and joints.
3.IMPROVE CHOLESTEROL PROFILE
There are three ideas about cholesterol that practically everyone knows:
1) High cholesterol is a bad thing.
2) There are good and bad kinds of cholesterol.
3) Eggs contain plenty of it.
Doctors are most concerned with the ratio of “good” cholesterol (HDL) to bad cholesterol (LDL). One large egg contains 212 mg of cholesterol. This doesn’t mean that eggs will raise the “bad” kind in the blood. The body constantly produces cholesterol on its own, and a large body of evidence indicates that eggs can actually improve your cholesterol profile. Eggs seem to raise HDL (good) cholesterol while increasing the size of LDL particles.
4. MORE GET-UP-AND-GO
Just one egg contains about 15% of your RDA of vitamin B2 and also called riboflavin. It’s just one of eight B vitamins. Which all help the body to convert food into fuel, which in turn is used to produce energy.
5. IMPROVED SKIN AND HAIR
B-complex vitamins are also necessary for healthy skin, hair, eyes, liver.They also help to ensure the proper function of the nervous system.
6. EAT LESS
Eggs are such a good source of quality protein that all other sources of protein are measured against them. (Eggs get a perfect score of 100.) Many studies have demonstrated the effect of high-protein foods on appetite. Simply put, they take the edge off. You might not be surprised to learn that eggs score high on a scale called the Satiety Index, a measure of how much foods contribute to the feeling of fullness.
Largely because of their satiating power, eggs have been linked with fat loss. A study on this produced some remarkable results: Over an eight-week period, people ate a breakfast of either eggs or bagels, which contained the same amount of calories. The egg group lost 65% more body weight, 16% more body fat, experienced a 61% greater reduction in BMI and saw a 34% greater reduction in waist circumference!
8.PROTECT YOUR BRAIN
Eggs are brain food. That’s largely because of an essential nutrient called choline. It’s a component of cell membranes and is required to synthesize acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter. Studies have shown that a lack of choline has been linked to neurological disorders and decreased cognitive function. Shockingly, more than 90% of Americans eat less than the daily recommended amount of choline, according to a U.S. dietary survey.
9. SAVE YOUR LIFE
Among the lesser-known amazing things the body can do: It can make 11 essential amino acids, which are necessary to sustain life. Thing is, there are 20 essential amino acids that your body needs. Guess where the other 9 can be found? That’s right. A lack of those 9 amino acids can lead to muscle wasting, decreased immune response, weakness, fatigue, and changes to the texture of your skin and hair.
10.LESS STRESS AND ANXIETY
If you’re deficient in the 9 amino acids that can be found in an egg, it can have mental effects. A 2004 study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences described how supplementing a population’s diet with lysine significantly reduced anxiety and stress levels, possibly by modulating serotonin in the nervous system.
11. PROTECT YOUR PEEPERS
Eggs have lutein and zeaxanthin, which have powerful protective effects on the eyes. You never find them in a carton of Egg Beaters they only exist in the yolk. The antioxidants significantly reduce the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts. In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition the participants who ate 1.3 egg yolks per day for four-and-a-half weeks saw increased blood levels of zeaxanthin by 114-142% and lutein by 28-50%!
12.IMPROVED YOUR BONES AND
Egg have Vitamin D, which is important for the health and strength of bones and teeth. So it does this primarily by aiding the absorption of calcium.