<p>In search of a perfect breakfast.</p><p>From childhood, I have heard that certain breakfast is superb, and some are not good for your health. Every culture praises their food especially consider certain breakfasts as a superfood. However, the conviction of having less carb more protein is the modern concept of superfood with good protein and other essential minerals/ vitamins.</p><p>Tried different things from childhood like idli dosa, poha, bread/toast, paratha, sausages, boiled vegetables, gruel … the list keeps going and every province has its own delicacy to speak on and all food are tasty and nice.</p><p>This search is on and now I am under rejuvenation. when I met a palio expert and he advised going with two boiled eggs in the breakfast. initially, it was like medicine, I was not comfortable, but it never made me happy. the taste was not so attractive, or it did not give the feeling that I had some breakfast. After two months of regular consumption, I could see the drastic change in my body weight, reduction in triglyceride and while travelling it helped me not to get confused with any other cuisine as the egg is universal.</p><p>Extract from Dr berg’s body shaper diets (Dr. Eric Berg)</p><p>Eggs contain ingredients to develop a healthy body including nearly all the essential nutrients such as B-1, B-6, folic acid, and B-12. They contain such minerals as calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and iron. Choline and biotin, which are important for energy and stress reduction, are also found in eggs. Eggs are also complete in all amino acids (protein building blocks), which are found in the yolk.”</p><p>“The fat in the egg yolk is in nearly perfect balance. These essential fats are very important in the regulation of cholesterol. This is because the antidote [Definition: something that counteracts] to cholesterol is lecithin, which helps dissolve cholesterol, and the yolk is loaded with lecithin. Make sure not to overcook the egg yolk, as this will destroy the lecithin. These yolk fats in your diet lower the risk for heart disease.”</p><p>“Eggs have almost zero carbohydrates and have the highest rating for complete proteins (containing all the amino acids) of any food. Amino acids are necessary for repairing tissue as well as making hormones and brain chemicals.”</p><p>“As a side note, many people are afraid of eating egg yolks because of cholesterol. The fact is that most of the cholesterol found in our blood is not there because of what we eat. It’s our livers that make approximately 75% of the cholesterol that exists in our blood.”</p><p>“The more cholesterol we eat, the less the body will make. The less cholesterol we eat, the more the body will make. If cholesterol were so bad for us, why would our bodies make so much?”</p><p>“The body is a remarkable system that knows exactly what to do to create the correct balance. When we consume foods containing cholesterol, we only absorb 1 to 2 mg of cholesterol per pound of body weight a day. So even if we were to eat a dozen eggs each day, we would only absorb about 300 mg of cholesterol, which is, by the way, the recommended maximum daily amount.”</p><p>Yes, it is always advised to buy fresh eggs as the shelf life of a normal egg is considered as four weeks maximum. There is no difference whether the egg is from an “egg factory” or the egg is from a farmer, but the chicken do not know where her eggs are going. </p><p><strong>Specialty eggs</strong></p><p>For those who have problems with Omega 3 and vitamin D, eggs are the best solution and specialty eggs are available in the market. Eggs are naturally rich in vitamin D for Vitamin D deficiency is a major problem in humans and Eggs may be the perfect solution to overcoming this chronic vitamin D deficiency. specialty Eggs which is available in the market can solve this problem</p><p><strong>Whole Eggs Are Among the Most Nutritious Foods on Earth</strong></p><p>One large egg contains</p><ul><li><strong>Vitamin B12 (cobalamin):</strong>9% of the RDA</li><li><strong>Vitamin B2 (riboflavin):</strong>15% of the RDA</li><li><strong>Vitamin A:</strong>6% of the RDA</li><li><strong>Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid):</strong>7% of the RDA</li><li><strong>Selenium:</strong>22% of the RDA</li><li>Eggs also contain small amounts of almost every vitamin and mineral required by the human body, including calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, manganese, vitamin E, folate, and many more.</li></ul><p>A large egg contains 77 calories, with 6 grams of quality protein, 5 grams of fat, and trace amounts of carbohydrates.</p><p>It's very important to realize that almost all the nutrients are contained in the yolk, the white contains only protein.</p><p><strong>Eggs Are Loaded With Choline, an Important Nutrient for the Brain</strong></p><p>Choline is a lesser-known nutrient that is often grouped with the B-complex vitamins.</p><p>Choline is an essential nutrient for human health and is needed for various processes in the body.</p><p>It is required to synthesize the neurotransmitter acetylcholine and is also a component of cell membranes.</p><p>A low choline intake has been implicated in liver diseases, heart disease and neurological disorders</p><p>This nutrient may be especially important for pregnant women. Studies show that a low choline intake can raise the risk of neural tube defects and lead to decreased cognitive function in the baby</p><p>Many people do not get enough choline. As an example, one study in pregnant, Canadian women found that only 23% reached the adequate intake of choline</p><p>The best sources of choline in the diet are egg yolks and beef liver. One large egg contains 113 mg of choline.</p><p><strong>Eggs Contain High-Quality Proteins with a Perfect Amino Acid Profile</strong></p><p>Proteins are the main building blocks of the body and serve both structural and functional purposes.</p><p>They consist of amino acids that are linked together, kind of like beads on a string, and then folded into complex shapes.</p><p>There are about 21 amino acids that your body uses to build its proteins.</p><p>Nine of these cannot be produced by the body and must be obtained from the diet. They are known as essential amino acids.</p><p>The quality of a protein source is determined by its relative amounts of these essential amino acids. A protein source that contains all of them in the right ratios is a high-quality source of protein.</p><p>Eggs are among the best sources of protein in the diet.</p><p> </p>
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