A single egg contains about 15% of your daily requirement for vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin. It is one of eight B vitamins whose role is to help the body convert food into fuel and therefore energy.
You feel full and eat less:
You lose weight:
You protect your brain
Eggs are the food of the brain. This is due in large part to their content of choline, an essential nutrient used in the composition of cell membranes and necessary for the synthesis of a neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.
You are less stressed and anxious:
If you are deficient in these 9 amino acids found in an egg, this could have effects on your mind. Indeed, lysine significantly reduces anxiety and stress levels by modulating serotonin in the nervous system.
You improve your sight:
Two antioxidants are found in eggs: lutein and zeaxanthin. They are powerful protectors for the eyes. They are contained in the egg yolk.
When you eat eggs, you strengthen your bones and teeth:
Eggs are one of the few natural sources of vitamin D that is important for health, as well as the strength of bones and teeth. Indeed vitamin D helps the absorption of calcium. The latter is also important for the heart, colon and metabolism.