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Monday, July 3, 2017
Courtesy of Russell R Van Hemert DC
Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse. They are a high-protein food that may help reduce hunger, increase fullness, boost fat burning and protect heart health.
Although egg yolks used to be avoided due to their high cholesterol content, whole eggs have actually been shown to help protect heart health in those at increased risk of disease. Additionally, eggs are a killer weight loss food.
Studies have shown that egg-based breakfasts reduce hunger and promote feelings of fullness for several hours in overweight and obese individuals. Eggs are also a great source of high-quality protein, which increases metabolic rate by about 20–35% for several hours after eating, based on several studies.In fact, one of the reasons eggs are so filling may be due to the boost in calorie burning that occurs during protein digestion. Eating three eggs several times a week can help you burn fat while keeping you full and satisfied.
By Authority Nutrition
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