Eggs, a known source of high quality protein and fat soluble vitamins are actually the best food intake for overall health. Often attacked for their high cholesterol is now a proven source of energy which does not lead to any heart disease.
For years, orthodox practitioners have been shunning the very nutritious and indeed tasty egg yolk due to the high cholesterol. Refuting all the previous studies, recent studies suggest that instead of contributing to heart disease, eggs actually lower the risk.
In the Journal of the American Medical Association, it was shown that people who reported eating four eggs per week had a significantly lower mean Serum cholesterol concentration than those who reported eating one egg per week.
The existing research shows that most people can eat 1 or 2 eggs with their yolks per day without measureable changes in their blood cholesterol levels. Egg yolks are the most concentrated source of choline, a key component of acetylcholine-one of the brain’s key neurotransmitters.
Eggs are recommended to strengthen one’s blood and energy levels by enhancing digestive and kidney function. So next time when you eat eggs, don’t throw away the yolks off them, they are actually good for you.