Aip-health News - 10. April
- Breakfast eggs provide good nutritional
- Eggs can actually lower cholesterol
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Breakfast eggs provide nutritional values
Good news if you like your egg breakfast!
Recent nutritionist research in Surrey, Great Britain, has shown that eating eggs
does not increase cholesterol levels, like it's been long believed. The cholesterol found in eggs is less harmful
and its negative effects on the body are relatively negligent.
It's smoking and obesity that raise bad cholesterol levels, much more than egg
breakfast, which actually provides much needed proteins. Being one of the most accessible food products, eggs
provide great nutritional values.
The above findings have also been confirmed by the British Heart Foundation. Their
nutritionist expert Victoria Taylor suggests that there's no need to restrict egg intake. Only people with
inherited genetic susceptibility to high blood cholesterol and risk of coronary heart disease should limit their
eggs intake only to two or three eggs a week.
|Recent nutritional research findings, both in the UK
and the US, have established that eating eggs for breakfast offers great nutritional values,
doesn't increase cholesterol levels, and in fact could help lower it.
Eggs can lower cholesterol
These conclusions confirm earlier study findings published in the Journal of the
American College of Nutrition in 2008. Analyzing more than 27,000 study subjects, the study found that egg
consumers not only did not increase their cholesterol levels, but actually had lower cholesterol levels than those
who abstained from eggs.
The study concluded that the dietary cholesterol in eggs doesn't have a negative
effect on blood cholesterol levels in healthy people. One egg contains only 5 grams of total fat, of which 1.5
grams is saturated (bad) fat, while 3.5 grams is unsaturated (good) fat.
Eggs also contain vitamins A, B12, D and E, as well as omega 3 and omega 6 fatty
acids. Minerals found in egg include iron, phosphorus and zinc. Eggs are also a superb source of folate and
choline, which is an essential nutrient for the normal functioning of all cells. Increased choline intake is
particularly recommended for pregnant and breast-feeding women.
Eggs also contain important antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin, both of
which are important for eye health.
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