A quick and easy breakfast to make, eggs are a popular choice of many. Formerly avoided for their high cholesterol content, more and more individuals are starting to realize that in moderation, eggs can be part of a healthy diet again.

Calories and Macronutrients In An Egg:

For each one large egg you will take in:

Calories: 78
Protein: 6.3 grams
Carbohydrates: 0.6 grams
Fat: 5.3 grams
Fiber: 0 grams

Major Nutrients Found In An Egg:

Most of the major nutrients of the egg are actually seen in the egg yolk itself, so anyone who’s consistently tossing this section of the egg should definitely reconsider. One of the main benefits that an egg will provide is a being a good source of choline, which is needed by the body for maintaining the structural integrity of the cellular membranes.

In addition to this, choline is also vital for proper brain functioning and health.

Looking more at cholesterol and eggs, new studies are demonstrating that eggs are not the bad guy they were once thought to be and that whole eggs can actually improve the blood cholesterol profile in many people.

Finally, the proteins that are found in the egg yolk can improve the ability of the blood to clot properly, so this again illustrates just how important eggs are for overall good health.

Storing/Selecting:

The eggs you find in the supermarket are often classified as AA, A, or B grade which takes into account a number of different factors that represent how healthy that particular egg is. Remember when purchasing eggs to search for ones that have no breaks or cracks because this exposure to air over longer periods of time can cause them to go bad.

Be sure to also store eggs in the fridge as soon as possible in the carton they came in to maintain their freshness. Eggs stored out of the contain will absorb other odors in the air and this can cause them to taste quite off.

Eat It With:

Eggs are a very versatile food and can be scrambled, hard-boiled, poached, or prepared in many other ways and eating as they are or baked in with other foods. You really have an endless amount of option when it comes to this cheap, quality source of protein.

Burn Off An Egg:

To burn off the number of calories in an egg you would have to do:

  • 8 minutes of running
  • 11 minutes of cycling
  • 14 minutes of weight lifting
  • 18 minutes of housework
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