The eggs are often in the dock when it comes to health, particularly of high cholesterol and obesity.
This is a mistake that should never be done, in fact, eggs are rich in antioxidants, substances important for the health of our body, useful for cell renewal and to counteract the action of free radicals over time.
Often when you are dieting, or analysis indicate high cholesterol levels, it tends to eliminate the eggs, though in some respects this is true at the same time, it is equally true, that eggs are rich in vitamins and proteins, and that should be eaten sparingly.
Generally diets indicate to consume at least two eggs a week, the secret lies in the way of cooking, especially avoiding too much fat and no frying. Ideal would be hard-boiled or poached.
The news also comes from research carried out by a group of experts from the Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Alberta.
The researchers, in fact, claim the chickens, nourishing itself to the old and healthy manner, namely with wheat and corn, produce eggs which are rich in vitamins and proteins, as well as tryptophan and tyrosine, i.e. two strong amino acids that have a strong anti-aging power cell.
It also asserts that the substances are lost during cooking and therefore should be taken with reduced cooking time, but do not worry if you do not like the raw, not cooked, the eggs contain an equal amount of antioxidants in apples and cranberries, which are considered fruits that contain higher amounts of antioxidants.
The rule of good and healthy diet, moderation and always draws the consumption of all foods in the right way and without exaggeration.
Clearly if you have problems with high cholesterol and excess weight, the eggs, you know that eggs were almost eliminated from your diet. However, a week maybe you can consume a boil and then boiled to be seasoned with a little olive oil and add to a nice summer salad.
Take the chance to get your fill of fiber, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.