What Happens To Your Body If You Eat Eggs Every Day

What Happens To Your Body If You Eat Eggs Every Day

What Happens To Your Body If You Eat Eggs Every Day

Eggs are one of the healthiest foods, they are affordable and can be prepared in various ways.

They are extremely high in iron, amino acids, and antioxidants. However, you should always choose organic eggs, as they are rich in nutritional value, but do not contain hormones and antibiotics.

Our body produces 11 essential fatty acids, which are essential for the proper body function, and eggs contain 9 more which are needed as well.

Namely, according to “Health Center”, if the body lacks those  9 essential fatty acids, you may experience chronic fatigue, poor skin and hair, loss of muscle mass, and weakened immune system.

Therefore, the regular use of eggs will provide the following health benefits:

Eggs boost the immune system

An egg or two a day can help you fight infections, as eggs are rich in selenium, which is extremely beneficial for a healthy and strong immune system, and the regulation of the thyroid gland hormone.

Eggs reduce stress and relieve anxiety

Eggs contain essential amino acids which promote mental health, regulate the release of serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter responsible for relaxation, calmness, and good mood.

Eggs regulate cholesterol levels

One egg has 200 milligrams of cholesterol, but they are far from bad for the health, as they actually lower bad (LDL) cholesterol and elevate the levels of good (HDL) cholesterol.

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