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6 amazing health benefits of eggs

Did you know that 90 per cent of overall calcium and iron of an egg are found in its yolk? For long, nutritionists ignored the importance of eggs because they are high on cholesterol, which is harmful for the body. But the truth is, eggs are actually quite beneficial. Egg yolk, in particular, contains a lot of nutrients. Here are 6 health benefits of eggs that will make you eat them right away:

1. Improve metabolism

Eggs have energy written all over them. That’s why they make for an ideal pre-workout snack. A medium-sized egg contains 6 g of protein and other essential nutrients. They’re also one of the healthiest breakfast options, and can be cooked in a number of ways. Eggs on toast, boiled eggs, sunny side-up- anything works. But they don’t contain vitamin C, so make sure you have it with a fruit juice or some whole wheat bread.

2. Packed with iron

Iron deficiency is common today, and eggs are here to help you out. Fatigue, dullness, headaches are often caused by lack of iron of body. According to The Lifehacker, egg yolk contains heme iron, a kind of iron that absorbs nutrients faster than others. Even more than iron supplements, as some experts suggest.

3. Help in weight loss

Those looking to shed weight should befriend eggs, like they’d do with all the fruits. They boost satiety and keep you filled for longer. And as previously mentioned, they’re an excellent breakfast option. So go on, get some eggs on toast and exercise well.

4. Improve brain functioning

Eggs are rich in choline, a nutrient associated with better memory and strengthening of brain cells. Pregnant and breastfeeding people in particular should consume lots of eggs, because they can provide up to 28 per cent of the recommended choline amount to be consumed.

5. Improve bone structure

Eggs are beneficial for bone health as well. Eggs contain vitamin D, which is found in few foods but is extremely important for healthy bones. It also reduces the risk of osteoporosis (characterised by fragility of bones).

6. Good for hair and nails

Eggs provide sulphur and amino acids which promote healthy hair and nails. Your hair and nails show the first signs of any deficiency that might arise from the lack of these minerals. So go ahead and eat some eggs for an improved structure. , eggs are packed with vitamin B12 and vitamin A among other nutrients, so they improve your eyesight and decrease the chances of developing cataract to some extent.

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