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Side Effects Of Eating Eggs

Eggs as we know are laid by birds and even reptiles and fishes. Eggs are very nutritious and are good sources of essential vitamins that can help us grow and live healthier.

No doubt, the most common eggs eaten by humans are the ones laid by poultry birds especially, that of a chicken. The nutritional value of eggs can not be overemphasized and can even be referred to as a superfood as it can be eaten by everyone under a normal circumstance but for some medical conditions.

From time past, there has been some controversy about whether eggs are 100 percent safe for human consumption, especially concerning cholesterol. This article intend to give you all the necessary information you need about eggs with regards to its health benefits and particularly its health risks.

The best way of enjoying all the benefits that comes with eggs, however, is that eggs should be consumed in moderation to avoid posing some risk. Eggs are healthful, as they can be a good source of protein and other essential nutrients yet, they should be eaten in moderation.

Now let's take a look at health risk "Physician Committee For Responsible Medicine" has to say about eating eggs.

1. Heart Disease: Eggs contains about 60% of the calories and it has much-saturated fat. Eggs are also loaded with cholesterol about 200 milligrams for an average-sized egg. This has been one of the major contentions whether an egg is totally safe for our consumption or not from time past. Fat and cholesterol are said to contribute to heart disease.

2. Diabetes

Consuming many eggs each day may increase the risk of diabetes by 60%, according to a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition. It was compared by researchers that egg consumption with blood glucose levels in more than 8,000 participants from the China Health and Nutrition Survey. Therefore, those who habitually consumed the most eggs increased their risk for diabetes when compared to those who ate the fewest eggs.

Whatever be the case might be for you, you should as much much as you want to stay healthy, learn to eat rightly, and most importantly, eat the right proportion of food to maintain a balance in all spheres.

Source: PCRM.Org

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