Boiled eggs | did you know?
Did you know 1 boiled egg has…
- Only 75 cal
- 6g of protein
- Vitamins A, D, E and B12
- Zinc | Iron
Research shows that eating boiled eggs for breakfast can limit your calorie intake throughout the day by more than 400 calories.
Hard-boiled eggs are a great choice when you have no time for cooking because they are nutritious and speed of them can make a small meal with salad
Hard-boiled eggs provide good fats and monounsaturated and polyunsaturated ones. As soon as you take in less saturated and transfats and replacing them with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats stabilize blood cholesterol levels and thereby reduce the risk of heart disease. These healthy fats also regulate insulin in the blood, which keeps the blood sugar in a healthy range. This is especially useful if you have type two diabetes.
Hard-boiled eggs are rich in proteins that are responsible for building muscle mass. According to the guidelines of the diet prescribed by the American Health Organization daily diet should consist of 10 to 35 percent protein, and 50 to 175 grams for someone who consumes 2,000 calories. One large hard-boiled egg has more than six grams of protein.
One of the main vitamins in eggs is vitamin A, which is responsible for the health of the retina in the eye, protects the membranes around the cornea and reduces the risk of blindness. Women need 700 micrograms per day of vitamin A, and men 900 micrograms. One large hard-boiled egg will provide you with 75 micrograms of vitamin A.