One egg contains all nine “essential” amino acids, protein building blocks, in 6 grams. Those are essential since your body can't create them. Egg whites include half the protein and a modest amount of fat and cholesterol.
They're Nutrient Dense
In other words, eggs have a greater quantity of nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, per calorie than the majority of other foods. If you consume an egg, you will obtain:
They Help Your 'Good' Cholesterol
Three or more eggs a day increases HDL, the “good” cholesterol. LDL, the “bad” form, also rises. The bits of each grow. That helps the good stuff clear it and the bad stuff affect you less.
They Can Lower Your Triglyceride
Along with HDL and LDL, your doctor checks for these. It is better for your health to have lower fats. Your levels seem to go down when you eat eggs, especially ones that are high in certain fatty acids like omega-3s.
They Can Lower Your Odds of a Stroke
Different studies have shown different results, but it looks like eating an egg every day might lower your chance. A new study from China found that people who had about one a day were almost 30% less likely to die from a bleeding stroke than people who didn't have any.
They Help With Portion Control
Each egg has about 70 calories, so you know what you're getting. They're also easy to take with you. Hard boil a couple and stick ‘em in your cooler. Just add some bread or a salad and you have a quick and healthy lunch.