What Happens When You Eat 3 Whole Eggs Every Day…You’ll Be Surprised What It Does To Your Body!

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A boiled egg or yummy omelet is a perfect breakfast, isn’t it? But meanwhile some health organization has warned about high cholesterol in eggs and thus many of us changed our routine breakfast.

However, the fact is that when you consume egg, it provides 180-186 mg of cholesterol to our body. On an average, our liver produces,000 mg to 2,000 mg cholesterol each day. When the supply of cholesterol through food increases our liver automatically reduce the production of cholesterol in the body.

So, the consumption of egg will not increase the cholesterol level in the body, it only get replaced with the cholesterol produced by the liver.  You can no doubt start eating eggs in your breakfast again and have a look at the benefit you will receive by doing so.


  1. Nutrients in Eggs

Looking for best bang for your buck? The egg is the best option in terms of nutritional value for you. It is a rich source of vitamin, A, B6, B12, E, riboflavin folate, thiamin,  iron, magnesium, phosphorous, selenium and many more. It is difficult to find all these nutrients in one food item.

  1. Cholesterol

The best feedback against eggs is that they contain elevated amounts of cholesterol. In any case, eggs contain high-thickness lipoproteins (HDL) which are really fundamental for the body and mind.

HDL gives steadiness in each cell of your body and offers your body some assistance with producing vitamin D and hormones like testosterone, estrogen, and cortisol.

Not at all like low-thickness lipoprotein (terrible cholesterol), which sticks to the dividers of your veins, HDL cholesterol cleans the inward dividers of these vessels and counteracts atherosclerosis. It additionally brings down LDL levels and does not add to coronary illness or stroke in generally solid individuals, so you can eat the same number of as you need.

Consistent egg utilization can, in any case, improve the probability of creating cardiovascular illness in diabetics. So there you have it, the disarray encompassing the wellbeing status of HDL in eggs and elevated cholesterol has been exposed. To keep cholesterol levels controlled, it’s best to simply abstain from eating inordinate measures of sugar, practice day by day, keep up a solid weight, eat more veggies and quit smoking.

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