Remember when eggs were a threat to your health?
Eat the yolk…don’t eat the yolk.
Too much cholesterol?
Well, as with so many other foods, we’re back to EGGS ARE HEALTHY!
Eggs contain high-quality protein which helps to keep us full. Because protein promotes fullness after meals, including it means you’ll feel less hungry and experience fewer food cravings later in the day. Eggs are also a good source of a nutrient called choline, which promotes muscle recovery after exercise. This is key for anyone who wants to build muscle tissue while reducing body fat.”
Don’t forget to eat the yolk! Not only does the yolk contain nearly half the protein, but it also offers a much higher concentration of nutrients. In fact, all of the egg’s vitamin D, A, E, and K are in the yolk, and it also contains more calcium, iron, copper, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, and zinc.
How do you eat your eggs?