Ten Scientific Benefits of Egg Consumption

Protein-rich eggs

One egg has 6 grams of "complete" protein, which contains all nine necessary amino acids your body can't generate.

Eggs may lower cholesterol.

Eggs contain dietary cholesterol, thus many people think they elevate cholesterol. Eggs do the reverse.

Lose weight.

Eggs can help you lose weight and burn fat by replacing your carb-heavy breakfast. In an 8-week International Journal of Obesity trial.

Gain muscle.

Eggs are a healthy element of a high-protein diet for muscle building, with 6 grams of protein per big egg.

Vitamin D-rich eggs

You may get vitamin D through the sun or foods like eggs. Eggs provide 6% of your daily vitamin D, which is rare in food. Vitamin D aids calcium absorption.


Egg choline may improve your brain.

Choline is present in many foods, but eggs have the most. One egg contains 27% of your daily choline at 147 milligrams.

Egg choline helps the liver.

Choline also supports liver health. Dietary choline reduced the incidence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in Chinese people with "normal" body weight.

Eggs provide dietary phospholipids.

Phospholipids—structural fatty acid molecules that form cellular membranes—are found in eggs. 

They're selenium-rich.

Eggs are a simple method to receive the minimal amount of selenium your body requires. One egg provides 27% of your daily selenium at 15 micrograms.

Eggs decrease inflammation.

In one Nutrition & Metabolism study, overweight men who ate three eggs per day for 12 weeks had lower plasma C-reactive protein (CRP) levels.


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