Eggs have gotten a bad rap in some circles. Yes, they do have some cholesterol and fat. But they also have loads of nutrients and protein.
They Offer Complete Protein
One egg has 6 grams of the stuff, with all nine “essential” amino acids, the building blocks of protein. That’s important because those are the ones your body can’t make by itself. The egg white holds about half that protein and only a small portion of the fat and cholesterol.
They're Nutrient Dense
That means eggs have more nutrients -- vitamins, minerals, amino acids per calorie than most other foods.
They Help Your 'Good' Cholesterol
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October - December 2018