This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat 3 Whole Eggs A Day

1. It develops a healthy brain
Egg yolks contain a lot of choline, which is necessary for the proper functioning of the human brain, especially for the development of the brain in newborn babies and fetuses. When eggs are eaten during pregnancy, their consumption improves the development of the brain and the functioning of the baby’s brains.


2. It protects the health of the bones
Vitamin D is necessary for the absorption of calcium and improves the health of the bones. A lack of vitamin D therefore increases the risk of osteoporosis or other bone problems. Vitamin D is present in only a few types of food and that is why shortages arise. When people are not exposed to the sun, especially during winter, they have a lack of vitamin D. One can naturally ingest the necessary vitamin D by eating eggs.

3. It prevents a shortage of iron
The most common symptoms of a shortage of iron are: irritability, fatigue and headaches. Two large eggs, however, contain 2 milligrams of iron. If you regularly eat eggs, your iron levels will be significantly higher.

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