Since it’s the month of Easter, we thought we would highlight eggs! There are many questions on the topic of eggs. Are eggs good for me? Should I only be eating egg whites? Do eggs raise your cholesterol? The list goes on… I believe eggs are complete nutrition. As always though, all things in moderation.
In The New York Times article, “Should You Be Eating Eggs?“, writer Jane E. Brody shares that there are nutrition and health benefits you should consider. Eggs are a readily available, inexpensive, easy-to-prepare, and easy-to-digest food, making them important contributions to the diets of many elderly people as well as young children and adults on the run.
Eggs also contain several vitamins and minerals that are essential parts of a healthy diet. There are concerns around cholesterol and eggs. With that being said, in moderation, they can be a good source of protein and other essential nutrients. To read more tips and explore egg alternatives, check out Medical News Today.
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