Eggs

Which came first? The chicken or the egg? Whichever it was, eggs are one of the most versatile cooking ingredients known to man. There are so many ways to cook them others may even opt to eating them raw. These little fragile shells contain around 78 calories and 6 grams of protein.

Everyone loves eggs. You can have hard boiled eggs, soft boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried eggs, omelets, frittatas, baked eggs, quinches, sunny side ups, poached eggs, deviled eggs, egg salads, naked eggs, burritos, eggnogs, buried eggs and loads more. The opportunities to use eggs are just endless.

Eggs also have tons of nutritional benefits. Eggs raise HDL which is the good cholesterol produced by the blood. Eggs also contain a nutrient called Choline a nutrient many people don’t even know exist. Choline aid in the production of cell membranes and help in the body’s signaling mechanism. Eggs also reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Moreover, eggs may also aid in weight loss, eggs keep you full longer thus you consume less calories and a deficit in calories would surely result in weight loss.

Eggs are ideal for lunch, dinner or even breakfast. So stop being an egg head and start eating eggs.

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