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There is more to eggs than just a fast, easy, and nutritious protein-packed breakfast. Whole eggs are packed with nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that the body requires to maintain good health.
One egg contains 13 essential vitamins and minerals, all for 70 calories. To mention a few, one hard-boiled egg contains vitamins A, B5, B12, B2, B6, D, E, K, folate, phosphorus, selenium, calcium, and zinc.
The egg whites contain more than half of the protein content, riboflavin, and selenium. The yolk of an egg, on the other hand, has a vital role in various aspects of human health through life, from providing needed nutrients in fetal development during pregnancy (folate) to providing protection to the brain in older adults (choline).
Whole eggs are excellent sources of choline, a vitamin B that the brain needs to build cell membranes and produce signaling molecules, which helps promote good brain health.
Zeaxanthin and lutein are also present in eggs. These antioxidants help maintain and build up the retinas of the eyes for good eyesight, especially when a person gets older and eyesight tends to falter.
Don't all the health benefits you can get from an egg make you all excited and giddy to take out your egg separator and break an egg?