Eggs are available in large numbers and it is very easy to have access to them owing to the fact that chickens are available everywhere. For many years we believeEggs can make your blood cholesterol level high and should be avoided but the truth is they are an excellent source of protein and can be regularly included in your diet. The strongest influence on our blood cholesterol levels is how much saturated and trans-fat (the 'bad' fats) we eat rather than the cholesterol in foods. Eggs are low in saturated fat, have no trans-fat and only a small amount of cholesterol. Most of the fat in eggs is the 'good' unsaturated fat that we need to be healthy.

Egg Nutrition Facts

In essence, there are two parts of an egg which are distinctly different from each other: the yolk and the white. In order to understand egg nutrition facts properly, let's understand the nutritional difference between both parts.

The yolk is a storehouse of cholesterol, saturated fat, vitamins and minerals. One egg yolk contains 55 calories, 4.5 grams of total fat, 1.6, grams of saturated fat, 184 milligrams of cholesterol and small amounts of vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B6, Iron, and vitamin B12.

The egg white is mainly a storehouse of protein. One egg white contains 17 calories, 0 grams of total fat, 0 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 0 grams of carbohydrate and about 4 grams of protein. In addition, the egg white contains no appreciable vitamins or minerals.

Benefits of Eggs on Your Health

  • Promotes the growth of strong bones and teeth since it contains Vitamin D.
  • Eggs are a source of energy and fats because they give you 78 calories every time you eat an egg.
  • Iron helps in Red blood cell maturation which increases your cell oxygen carrying capacity and promotes RBC lifespan
  • The vitamins help in building a strong immune system that will protect you from infections and other kinds of diseases.
  • Eggs are a source of many minerals so your body will be supplied with the necessary minerals like Zinc and magnesium.

Eggs can revive not just your metabolic health needs but even your beauty needs because your skin will glow. One egg a day is important and of benefit to your health.

Homeopathy to Treat Egg Allergy

With all these benefits, it would be very bad if you don’t treat your allergy. You need to make sure you be safe to eat eggs and below are homeopathic approaches to make sure you treat allergy of eggs.

There are other allergy treatment approaches you can use but it depends on the kind of allergy you have. The doctor will assess you and you will have a wonderful specific intervention to cure your allergy.

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