What am I supposed to eat for breakfast? Is this a common question for you? Eggs are excellent choice for breakfast. A new study demonstrated that eggs support you to feel fuller and to eat less throughout the day. Just think eggs could help you to not over eat. According to the study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition adults who consume eggs for breakfast ate 417 fewer calories than those eating breakfast with no eggs. Adding eggs almost equals a pound a week of calories.
Eggs also have nutritional value. One egg contains 70 calories, 5 grams of fat, and 6 grams of protein. Don’t forget about the vitamins and minerals as well. One egg delivers 15% of your daily intake of riboflavin, 30% of vitamin B12, 155 of Foliate, and 6% of Niacin. Most of the cholesterol is in the egg yolk so eating mostly egg whites will reduce the cholesterol. Don’t remove all the yolks from your diet as the yolks are loaded with the vitamins and minerals. One complete egg with additional egg whites makes an effective and healthy combination.
The best part of eggs is that you can make them to suit everybody. Eggs can be scrambled, poached, over-easy, and more. Eggs are easy to add into dishes like skillets or by themselves with toast. Make sure to add complex carbs to your breakfast for energy as well. Eggs are great source of protein, and you need carbs for energy.