Eggs are lean proteins with little saturated fat. Eggs have 1.6 grams of saturated fat per egg, compared to steak, beef, lamb, hog, etc.
Eggs contain dietary cholesterol, thus many people think they elevate cholesterol. Eggs do the reverse.
Eggs can help you lose weight and burn fat by replacing your carb-heavy breakfast.
Eggs, which provide 6 grams of protein per large egg, can assist muscle growth in a high-protein diet.
You may get vitamin D through the sun or foods like eggs. Eggs provide 6% of your daily vitamin D, which is rare in food.
Choline is present in many foods, but eggs have the most. One egg contains 27% of your daily choline at 147 milligrams.
Choline and betaine, present in whole grains, beets, and all-purpose wheat, reduced visceral obesity-related hepatic steatosis risk.
Eggs comprise 10%–40% of our daily phospholipid consumption, according to U.S. average egg intake.
Your diet can reduce inflammatory indicators in your body, along with stress reduction, exercise, and smoke cessation.