Health Benefits of Eggs From Eating Soft / Hard Boiled Egg Yolks & Whites + Scrambled & Drinking Raw

The health benefits of eggs have come into question over the years. So, are eggs healthy or not? Cholesterol in eggs (more specifically, the egg yolk) is the big issue here. [Read the entire list of benefits below]

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Check out the video and transcript below for issues regarding eggs and cholesterol / protein and the many egg health benefits.

According to MayoClinc, there is about 186mg of cholesterol in a large egg. Daily dietary limits for healthy / high cholesterol individuals is as follows: 300mg and 200mg, (respectively). So, if you get your cholesterol from an egg for that day, then limiting cholesterol from other sources is recommended. If you’re not sure, consult a health care professional. If you just want the protein or other nutrients, just eat the egg whites.

Egg Benefits Listed in the Video:
-High in Protein (all essential amino acids)
-Contains Naturally Occurring Vitamin D (aids Calcium absorption)
-Rich in Choline (proper cell function)
-Contains Carotenoids (Lutein / Zeaxanthin – prevent Macular degeneration / decrease cataract risk)
-Rich Source of B Vitamins (i.e., B2, B6, B12 – cell metabolism)
-Contains Monounsaturated / Polyunsaturated Fats (stabilize blood cholesterol / aids in insulin regulation)
-High Sulphur Content (healthy hair / nails)
-Good Source of CoQ10 when not fried
-Rich in Selenium, Zinc, Iron, Copper, Lecithin
-More Filling than Carbs (possible weight loss implications)
~70 Calories Per Egg
-Can Be Omega-3 Enriched

[How many calories in an egg? ~70 Calories per egg]

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