The incredible, edible egg. You can have them scrambled, boiled, over easy, over hard, whatever way you like, but how do they affect your body. We do know that every food you eat affects your body in some way, but what about the “incredible, edible egg?”
Here’s what science tells us about what happens when you eat 2 eggs a day:
Boosts your immune system
If you don’t want to play chicken with infections, viruses and diseases, add an egg or two to your diet daily. Just one large egg contains almost a quarter (22%) of your RDA of selenium, a nutrient that helps support your immune system and regulate thyroid hormones. Kids should eat eggs, especially. If children and adolescents don’t get enough selenium, they could develop Keshan disease and Kashin-Beck disease, two conditions that can affect the heart, bones and joints.
Improves Your Skin & Hair
Have you ever thought about putting eggs in your hair? While you may know that eggs are high in protein, eggs are also rich in B vitamins including, vitamin B12, B5, biotin, riboflavin, thiamine and selenium. All these vitamins can be used for