In it we find the necessary nutrients for a good diet
Rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals, it is a valuable food with signicant
nutritional value that contributes to a healthier life.
Vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin B2 and folic acid that helps keep your skin, eyes, blood, immune system, nervous system and metabolism healthy. They also contain important minerals like phosphorus, iodine and selenium, which helps to keep your body healthy.
Rich in protein, mainly albumin, which acts in the repair of muscles, increases muscle mass, in addition to being rich in vitamin B, potassium and iron.
Eggs are very rich in vitamins and minerals. They are efficient for the organism, digestible and high-quality. In it we find all the necessary amino acids that help the proper functioning of the organism.
Protein is necessary for all of us, as our cells need to be rebuilt daily to keep us healthy. This is because protein is a nutrient that acts at the cellular level, ensuring that your metabolism works properly, taking care of the immune system and contributing to the energy your body needs.
Until recently, eating too many eggs was considered to have a negative effect on cholesterol levels. But thanks to recent scientific research from the British Heart Foundation, advice on eggs and cholesterol has changed.
In the past, experts advised moderate consumption of eggs, as they believed that the egg raised cholesterol and caused the risk of heart disease. Today, they agree that consuming two to three eggs a day is part of a balanced diet, improves your cholesterol prole, reduces LDL (low density lipoprotein) and increases HDL(high density lipoprotein).
Research proves that in most healthy people, eggs do not raise cholesterol levels or lead to heart disease.SCIENTIFIC SOURCE :https://www.bhf.org.uk/what-we-do/news-from-the-bhf/news-archive/2015/may/eggs-and-cholesterol
Always keep eggs in their box. We recommend that you
always store your eggs in their original packaging.
Because the box protects the eggs and prevents them
from absorbing strong odors and flavors from other
foods, in addition the expiration date will always be
Eggs should not be stored in the door, but in the main body of the refrigerator, to ensure a consistent and cold temperature. When you leave the eggs on the refrigerator door, they change temperature each time you open the door.
Leftovers and raw egg yolks must be placed in airtight containers and stored in the refrigerator immediately. To prevent the egg yolks from drying out, cover them with a little bit of cold water. Drain the water before using.