Let’s see if we can eat chicken eggs every day and how much it is good for our bodies.

Use of chicken eggs.

It’s no secret that eggs are a great source of protein that helps our body stabilize blood sugar levels. But also, they contain some essential amino acids and a large number of antioxidants. By the way, the latter reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and cataracts, as well as combat damage to the body’s cells through the effects of free radicals.
Regular consumption of eggs helps our body to maintain the normal functioning of the immune system and thyroid gland.
Egg yolk contains vitamin B, which helps to convert carbohydrates into energy. And also vitamin D, which is very important for our bones and teeth.

Heart damage? How many eggs a day?

Well, how could that be? I mean, there’s a lot of cholesterol in the eggs, and that’s very bad for the heart in the first place. A lot of readers will think about it.
It is important to understand that 1 big egg contains about 180 milligrams of cholesterol, and the recommended daily rate according to the American Association of Cardiologists is from 200 to 300 mg.
The 2016 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that the consumption of 1 egg per day is not associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. This is in addition to the 2003 study published in the British Medical Journal.

The point of the study.

115,000 adults have been adding 1 chicken egg to their daily ration for 14 years. After a time, the researchers found that this has nothing to do with the increased risk of coronary heart disease and stroke.
Moreover, another 2013 study published in the European Journal of Nutrition showed that a breakfast of 1 egg and a slice of wholemeal bread. Much more useful and nutritious than milk cereal.


Try to limit the use of egg yolk to 1 per day or 7 per week. Daily healthy eggs for omelettes should look like this: 1 whole egg and all the rest is just egg whites.