Eating Eggs (Good & Bad Effects)
Introduction to eggs
Eggs are an excellent source of Vitamins. One egg has a total of 11 different vitamins and nutrients. Raw eggs also are very rich in top-quality proteins, fats, and lots of other nutrients. If we mention light food that contains many nutrients, eggs are going to be on top. Some people say that eating eggs are bad for health due to their cholesterol. But there is no link between eating eggs and increases problems of the heart. There are many sorts of eggs, but the foremost commonly used are Chicken eggs. These are bird eggs, fish eggs, duck, and quail eggs, if we mention other types.
Science is obvious to say that 3 whole eggs per day are safe for a healthy person as they increase high-density lipoprotein (“good” cholesterol) by 10 percent.
Eggs are very versatile. They are not just full of benefits but also provides us a variety of tasty dishes. E.g., egg omelets, boiled eggs, egg curry, and they are also used in baking.
Composition of eggs
75% of water
12% of proteins
12% of lipids
10% vitamin A
21% Vitamin D
· 75 calories
11g total fats
Eggs are made up of three main components, Egg white (60 percent), Yolk (30 percent), and eggshell (10 percent). Eggshells are also containing Calcium Carbonate. There are pores on the body of eggshells that allows oxygen in and carbon dioxide out.
The white part of the egg contains fewer calories than a whole egg (just 17 calories). American heart association suggests that two egg whites a day are very healthier for a person. Egg white is a great and healthier option for those who are suffering from high cholesterol or diabetes. But do not assume that the egg white provides the whole nutrients as a whole egg.