What are the benefits of actual eggs for our bodies?

Eggs are the main source of protein. Good, nutritious and easy to digest blood. Red eggs relieve pain, smooth the throat and respiratory tract, cure coughs, injuries to the lungs, kidneys and urine ducts.

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The white, if dropped on swollen and hot eyes can cool and relieve the pain. If rubbed on the face, can withstand sunburn. If mixed with Arabic (luban) then rubbed on the forehead, can prevent colds.

And many more benefits of eggs that cannot be mentioned only here, it is enough to say that once one of the prophets complained to Allah about the weak condition of his people, then Allah ordered him to eat eggs.

What are the benefits of eggs?
Here are some benefits that can be obtained from eggs.
• It is recommended to consume on a diet
Eggs have high protein content and low calories, so they can be used as a healthy snack on a diet. The large egg content is only 6 grams of protein and only 80 calories. The egg whites only contain 15 calories per egg. So that a boiled egg is suitable to be a filling snack. Egg white is also cholesterol free and saturated fat free, so it is very suitable for a diet.
• Supplying nutrients to the body
There are many nutrients that can be obtained from an egg, including B vitamins, DHA and various minerals such as phosphorus, iron, folic acid, zinc, and selenium. Egg yolks also contain vitamin D which plays an important role in strengthening bones, teeth, and facilitating calcium absorption. One other egg yolk content is choline which is good for nerve and brain health.
• Healthy heart
Although egg yolks contain a lot of cholesterol, it is safe to consume in certain amounts, even for people with heart disease. People with normal cholesterol levels are advised to consume 1-4 eggs per week. It is recommended for people with heart disease to consume one or two eggs a week. But there are no certain limits if you only consume the white, because egg white does not contain cholesterol. Egg yolk itself contains lutein which is considered to reduce the risk of experiencing heart disease. Lately there have also been a lot of circulating omega-3 enriched eggs that can help improve heart health.
• Eggs do not increase the amount of cholesterol in the blood
Cholesterol contained in eggs, especially in the yolk, only a small percentage will reach blood circulation. Cholesterol in food is considered harmless as saturated fat in increasing one's blood cholesterol level. For the record, saturated fat in large eggs is only 1.6 grams. Compare this with 1 tablespoon of butter containing 7 grams. Many people turn away from eggs because they are on a diet, but in fact still eat various foods with butter. Of course if associated with the data above, then this is wrong.
Tips for storing and processing eggs
The many benefits of eggs do not mean free to serve eggs carelessly. How to serve eggs also need attention. Bacteria can be found in the shell and contents of raw eggs. These bacteria can easily spread to other foods or kitchen utensils if you are not careful about processing them.
Eating raw or undercooked eggs can cause food poisoning, especially for babies, seniors, pregnant women, and people with weakness in the immune system. Food poisoning is likely to occur because eggs can be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.
If you want to eat half-cooked or raw eggs, make sure the eggs are pasteurized to kill the bacteria inside. If you want to eat eggs without pasteurization, pay attention to safe storage procedures, use clean and cooked kitchen utensils until they are fully cooked.
So that eggs remain safe when you want to use, pay attention to the following things.
• Avoid using eggs whose shells are damaged because it allows contamination of germs.
• Keep eggs away from other foods and store them in a cool, dry place, and ideally in the refrigerator with temperatures below 4ºC.
• Take eggs immediately after cooking. If you store boiled eggs in the refrigerator, do not allow more than 2-3 days.
• Always wash hands with soap thoroughly before and after touching or cooking eggs.
• Clean all cooking utensils used to cook eggs.
Although the benefits of eggs are very large, not all eggs are the same. Carefully choose an egg whose shell is still good, looks fresh, and does not cause a strong odor to get the maximum benefit of the egg.

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