5 Things You Didn’t Know About Hard Boiled Eggs

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Hard Boiled Eggs

Postby bajayi » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:21 am

Hard boiled eggs are superfoods filled with all the nutrients you can ever think of and they come in handy when you need something to snack on quickly. Eggs promote good heart health, strong bones and it is packed with important vitamins that protects the eyes. Including hard boiled eggs to your diet will improve your health, so you can garnish your foods especially your salad, with eggs.

Benefits –
• Good Fat

Eggs provides good fats called monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fat. This fat normalizes the cholesterol levels in the body and it reduces the risk of getting a cardiac arrest. The good fat also regulates the blood sugar level which lowers the overall risk of being diabetic
• High in Protein
Proteins are the main building blocks of the human body, responsible for repairing the worn out tissues in the body. It also helps to build the body muscle. Eggs are champions at providing high quality protein. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Nine of these amino acids cannot be manufactured by the body and must be derived from the diet. A complete protein food contains enough of these nine essential amino acids to promote growth and maintain body tissue.
Egg, milk and meat (including poultry and fish) proteins are all complete proteins, but egg protein is of the highest quality, with a rating of 100. Compared to eggs, milk is rated at 93 and fish and beef at 75. One egg has approximately the same protein content as 30g cooked meat, fish or poultry. And apart from being the most versatile and best source of protein in our diet, it is also the least expensive.
• Bone Health
Boiled eggs provide vitamin D which ensures the absorption of calcium in the body and aid the regulation of the calcium level in the blood that gives the skeleton structure and stamina. Vitamin D keeps the bone and teeth very strong, so if you want strong bones, eat boiled eggs.
• Improves Eye Health
Eggs are very rich in vitamin A, a component of protein responsible for the absorption of light in the retinas, reducing the risk of night blindness.
The bottom line is, eggs are highly satisfying and nourishing. Not only are they one of the fewer healthy foods that taste rather delicious, they also tend to make you eat fewer calories, which helps you lose weight. Eat at least one egg daily and you will not regret it!

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