What’s the Healthiest Way to Cook Eggs?
It’s hard to beat the nutritional benefits of eggs. They are an excellent source of protein, contain all nine essential amino acids, and are high in vitamin D, B12, riboflavin, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), choline (a nutrient that helps prevent birth defects), iron and phosphorus. Eggs also provide carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin which help protect against macular degeneration.
The healthiest way
To cook eggs is by boiling them for a few minutes or poaching since both methods reduce cholesterol content more than scrambling. Boiling reduces levels by about 12 percent whereas frying cuts it down 21%. Scrambling slightly further lowers your chances in enjoying high-cholesterol foods like fried eggs.
Eggs are an excellent
Source of lean protein with only 110 calories per serving, which can help keep you full longer if eaten at breakfast time when carbohydrates are scarce on the menu plan! They also provide us significant amounts vitamins A and E along with B12 – all nutrients that promote good general wellbeing and assist bodily system function properly.
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