Benefits of Egg Whites

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egg white benefitsEgg is e type of ‘super food’ with balanced nutritional content to improve the health of the body. A Journal of Nutrition & Food Science study reveals that eggs play an important role to prevent degeneration due to aging.

However, many people avoid eggs because they worry about its high cholesterol content. This indicates they do not understand that high cholesterol content is highly concentrated in egg yolks.

Therefore, do not hesitate to eat  egg whits to improve your health. In fact, many includes egg whites into their diet menu, including for lowering cholesterol levels.

It’s good to know the benefits of egg whites as follows:

Cholesterol
One egg contains about 213 mg of cholesterol concentrated in egg yolk. While the egg whites contain no cholesterol.

High Protein
Egg whites are one source of high protein easily available, in addition to other essential nutrient content. Not only that, egg whites also produce proteins that can be directly absorbed by the body. Unlike other protein sources like meat that must pass through a long process before it is absorbed the body.

Low Calorie
A single egg contains about 71 calories which are concentrated in egg yolks. While calories which are contained in egg whites are very low. Those who are on a weight-loss diet programs usually include egg whites into their breakfast menu. Intake of egg white will give power without increasing the levels of calories and fat.

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Behind the benefits of egg whites which are cholesterol-free and low fat, some health experts warn that the most intensive nutrition stays in egg yolk. Beside rich in vitamins and minerals, egg yolks also contain B vitamins, minerals, vitamin A, folic acid, choline, lutein and other powerful nutrients.

In healthy conditions, do not easily get rid of the yolk. You just need to arrange the consumption.

People without health problems are advised not to consume over 300 mg of cholesterol per day. While those who have health problems such as diabetes or heart disease should not have more than 200 mg of cholesterol per day.

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