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Egg Benefits To Our Body

Updated on May 4, 2013

Egg Content

Eggs contain protein, vitamin A, D, E, B, phosphorus, and zinc. The content of fat in egg numbers are not too much different from the fat contained in other types of animal protein. For example, red meat (beef), and chicken meat.

Egg yolks tend to be sluggish when consumed, unlike egg white texture like jelly. However, it seems women do not have to worry about it because there are nutrients in the egg white was also quite beneficial for health.

Egg Yolk Benefits

Any raw egg yolk contains 355 calories, it is well known that the average weight of the egg yolk is 17gr. So it would not make you overweight if you eat one egg a day.

In addition to adding healthy blood and perfect, the content of vitamin A on egg yolk can also treat sore throat, cough, lung injury, kidney and diabetes. It could also soften the food debris and reduce obstacles in throat.

Another benefit of egg yolks can be used as a beauty product for women, removing blemishes and acne scars can be useful in the manufacture of masks for oily skin.

Protein contained in eggs so rich. So for those who consume it, the egg yolk is very good for your health.

Egg White Benefits

Egg White is a Natural Resource of Protein
In the egg white contains several kinds of proteins, including phosphorus, calcium, zinc and Pottasium. Natural proteins in egg white are also good to produce amino acids for muscle building.

Egg White Contains No Cholesterol
Egg white not contained fat, cholesterol, trans fats, and carbohydrates. So the egg white can be consumed to help reduce the level of cholesterol in our intake.

Egg White Protein is easy to be Absorb by the Body
Natural proteins in egg whites are easier to absorb by the body compared to other foods such as meat or protein drink. This makes the protein can be fully absorbed in the body without much protein is wasted.

Egg White Can Lose Weight
Based on research at the Pennington Biomedical Research Centre shows, those who consumed 2 egg whites every morning their weight is reduced by approximately 65% and feel more energetic comparing those who only consumes regular bread.

Egg White Can Brighten Skin
The protein in the egg white can help moisturize the skin and be able to accelerate the regeneration of the skin. You do this by applying egg whites to all parts of the face evenly and let it stand for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes wash it with warm water

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      JP Carlos 

      5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      Nice summary of the benfits of the every popular egg. Of course the benefits are there. However, it is how we prepare the egg that can turn this healthy treat into a killer.

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