Are Eggs Healthy?

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Are Eggs Healthy?

Somebody once asked me, “There are a lot of different opinions out there, what is your stance on eggs? Are they healthy?

In this short post I’m going to share with you why eggs are a health food and why you should eat them regularly.

Here’s what Aimee had to say about her experience in our office:

THANK YOU VERY MUCH for taking my headaches away.  I honestly don’t know what I would do without you.  I never expected to have such a huge change in posture & energy.  It’s a dream come true! I can spend more quality time with my 2-year-old son.  Life is short, I feel very lucky to get a second chance.

Most people worry about the cholesterol in eggs, failing to recognize that we need cholesterol. Our brains, nerves and every cell in our body is dependent upon having cholesterol. Also One egg has only 75 calories but 7 grams of high-quality protein, 5 grams of fat, and 1.6 grams of saturated fat, along with iron, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids. Also, Eggs have a relatively low glycemic index and therefore do not affect blood glucose levels. In addition, eggs are a satiating food (meaning they help you feel satisfied and full) and hence can reduce caloric intake, which may consequently help to improve glycemic control.

Try adding eggs to your diet. Not only are they a source of great nutrition but because of their fat and protien content they will satisfy your appetite and you’ll end up eating less.

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