JACK BLY

JACK BLY

24-10-2022

12:30

I eat 7 eggs a day. Here are 10 surprising effects this "superfood" has on your brain & body:

You've been lied to about eggs… In this thread, I'm going to destroy some claims made by the gurus. And also help you make the decision of whether or not you should eat eggs:

1. Eggs are good for your cholesterol You see, there's 3 main ideas people have about cholesterol: • High cholesterol is “bad” • There’s good and bad cholesterol • Eggs contain a good amount of cholesterol But there’s 1 thing 98% of people ignore…

The ratio of good cholesterol (HDL) to “bad” cholesterol (LDL) is what matters. One large egg has 212 mg of cholesterol. But that doesn’t mean eating eggs will make your “bad” cholesterol go up. Evidence suggests eggs can improve your cholesterol profile.

Why are eggs good for cholesterol? Eggs makes HDL go up while making LDL particles bigger (which are thought to be less dangerous than small particles). So, now that you know eggs don’t ruin your cholesterol, here are 9 other surprising effects of eating eggs…

2. Eggs are great for your brain. Eggs contain choline, an important nutrient that regulates: • Mood • Memory • Muscle control A U.S. diet survey found that over 90% of Americans eat less than the daily recommended amount of choline.

An added brain benefit of eggs is their high omega-3 profile. These healthy fats help prevent: • Arthritis • Osteoporosis • Heart disease • Alzheimer’s disease Eggs are one of the most powerful ‘smart drugs’ out there.

3. Eggs lower inflammation Eggs are have vitamin D, which reduces inflammation. Lower inflammation has many health benefits, like: • Lower risk of cancer • Reduced risk of heart disease • Improved ability to break down fat Increase your egg intake to lower inflammation.

4. Eggs boost your immune system 1 large egg contains 22% of your recommended dose of selenium. This antioxidant lowers oxidative stress in your body, which reduces inflammation and enhances immunity.

5. Eggs increase your energy 1 large fried egg has almost 18% of your daily value of vitamin B2. B2 is 1 of 8 B vitamins that help turn food into energy. Because of this, eggs are perfect for all day long-lasting energy. Eat some eggs before grabbing that 4th cup of coffee.

6. Eggs help with anxiety Eggs are one of the top food sources rich in lysine. 1 egg contains around 455 milligrams of lysine. Studies show, lysine reduces the stress hormone, cortisol, thus decreasing chronic anxiety.

7. Eggs help you lose fat + gain muscle Eggs have such high-quality protein that they're used as the standard for all other protein sources. It’s also one of the most satiating foods. High satiation = You feel full. Feeling full = Far less likely to overeat.

8. Eggs support eye health Eggs have 2 antioxidants with powerful effects for your eyes: 1) Lutein 2) Zeaxanthin These significantly reduce the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts. (They only exist in the yolks).

9. Eggs improve bone + teeth health Eggs contain vitamin D. Vitamin D supports bone health by aiding the absorption of calcium. Calcium = Crucial component in strong bones and teeth.

10. Eggs are great for your skin Eggs are rich in Lutin. This provides hydration and elasticity to the skin while the high protein content can help repair tissue and firm the skin. Eggs > Botox.

BONUS: Eggs reduce your risk of heart disease It’s commonly thought that eggs increase risk heart disease. But the opposite is true. Eggs contain HDL particles, which can remove fat molecules from artery walls. Leading to a healthier + stronger heart.

10 reason I eat 7 eggs a day: • Improved skin • Reduced anxiety • Increased energy • Lower inflammation • Improved eye health • Better brain function • Better immune system • Fat loss + gain muscle • Improved bone + teeth health • Reduced risk of heart disease

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