Egg is our #4 food choice for women
We understand why you might be asking, “Are eggs good for you?” Eggs were once considered dangerous to your health, but no more!
Yes, we recognize that eggs can elevate your cholesterol if you have too much of this good thing. But an egg, on its own, is not going to cause your cholesterol level to skyrocket. (A better idea than worrying about an egg or two is to watch the saturated fats in your day). And not only will eggs not destroy your health, you might be surprised to learn all the ways eggs benefit the health of women, particularly when it comes to sexual health.
Eggs and your health
Eggs are high in choline, lutein, and zeaxanthin, all important nutrients for brain function. (A smart, creative lover is a great lover.) Incidentally, lutein and zeaxanthin are also important for eye health. They are also high in B5 and B6, vitamins known to help balance hormone levels.
In addition, eggs contain zinc. Why is that important? Zinc is essential to sexual health because it promotes good blood flow. In other words, it helps make climax possible. So stop asking, “Are eggs good for you?” and start enjoying all the health and flavor benefits a well-cooked plate of eggs has to offer.
Tips on buying eggs
But now that we’ve helped relieve any worry about eating eggs, we do have some tips to buying eggs to keep in mind. Labels matter when it comes to buying eggs. According to a study by Penn State University, the eggs of free range chickens offer higher levels of vitamins and mood-boosting than those of their cage-kept counterparts. For more potential benefits to heart and eye health, look for ones that are Omega-3 enriched.
Some of our favorite recipes featuring eggs:
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