Aside from being a delicious and filling breakfast, eggs have some really great health benefits, which are often overlooked and questioned.
However, as released by Bright Side, these recent studies show the clear benefits of eating chicken eggs on a daily basis. Ideally, two to three eggs would be the perfect amount to eat to see these health benefits listed below.
1. Eggs change your brain
First, there will be an adjustment to the phospholipids in your brain. To make sure your brain cells have normal communication, they contain choline.
There have been clinical studies which have proven that this vitamin is the most crucial building material of the brain. If you eat two eggs a day, your body will get more of this nutrient. When people have choline deficiencies in their body, they usually get memory decreases.
2. Eggs help your eyesight
Next, the new research has shown that eggs are high in lutein, a substance that is responsible for top-notch, clear eyesight. When people experience deficiencies, changes in eye tissue will happen, causing the tissue to accumulate, thus, eyesight will get worse.
3. Eggs are rich in vitamin D
Thirdly, eggs will provide you will a large amount of the fat-soluble secosteroid vitamin D. Vitamin D is also found in fish oil, which most people choose to take as a supplement with their main diets. However, eggs might be the better option because of the amount of vitamin D in eggs, and it will save you money since it will be a part of your normal diet and not a supplement.
4. Eggs will nourish your hair
Eggs are loaded with biotin, vitamin B12 and digestible nourishing proteins which contribute to strengthening the hair and skin. Also, eggs have a lot of phospholipids which promote the elimination of toxins from the liver.
5. Eggs reduce cholesterol
Eggs are proven to have lots of cholesterol, which balance themselves with phosphatides, so it’s not too harmful to our health. This causes the body’s natural cholesterol production to be limited and lowered. Also, eggs have rich omega-3 acids that balance off triglyceride levels, which unquestionably help the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
6. Eggs can help you lose weight
It’s been scientifically proven that if you combine a low-calorie diet with chicken eggs for breakfast, you lose weight twice as fast. This is due to the fact that eggs allow you to feel less hungry throughout the day, thus decreasing the amount of food consumed.
7. Eggs may help reduce the risk of cancer
Choline is known to reduce the risk of cancer. According to one study, for women who put eggs into their daily diet, the risk of developing breast cancer decreased by 18 percent.
8. Eggs are rich in B vitamins
B vitamins help with the creation of sex hormones. One of the B vitamins, known as folic acid, can help red blood cells and assist with the neural tube of the fetus when it’s formed. Thus, the risks associated with a child’s possible mental retardation are reduced. Also worthy to point out, this is the reason that B9 is so important for women to be eating while during pregnancy. One egg has 7.0 mcg of the vitamin.
9. Eggs may improve skin
Also worth pointing out from the research is that in 87 percent of women from the ages of 35 to 40, age spots disappeared and skin lifted after eating eggs on a daily basis. In men, wrinkles around the eyes went down dramatically.
— PJ Amirata