” A recent analysis of data from the NHANES 2003-2004 found that among children (except the youngest), men, women (including pregnant women), average intakes of choline are well below adequate levels. 
Eating eggs helps to remedy this deficiency.
4. Good fats
A big egg contains 5 grams of good fat.
Finally, to tell the truth, the quality of these fats depends above all on the way hens are bred and fed.
Often today, city dwellers imagine that a good chicken must be raised in grain, and in particular corn.
It’s a heresy.
The chicken is omnivorous: although she has no teeth, it is well known, she loves meat, worms, insects of all kinds, it will find in the soil if at least we let it frolic outdoors. She will also eat grass, leaves.
This lifestyle and diet will contribute to the formation of good fats in the egg, omega-3 fatty acids, and more if the breeder has the good idea to give his hens some flaxseed or fish oil. In this case, the egg will be even richer in omega-3.
Studies show that eating omega-3-rich eggs is a very effective way to reduce the level of triglycerides in the blood . Triglycerides are a well-known factor in heart disease .
5. Lutein and zeaxanthin, for the eyes
One of the consequences of aging is that the view is deteriorating.
Among them, the most remarkable are lutein and zeaxanthin, powerful antioxidants that tend to accumulate in the retina of the eye .
Studies show that adequate intakes of these nutrients can significantly reduce the risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration .
Egg yolks contain large amounts of lutein and zeaxanthin.
In a controlled trial, the simple consumption of 1.3 egg yolks per day on average for 4 ½ weeks resulted in an increase in the level of lutein from 28 to 50% and zeaxanthin from 114 to 142% .
In addition, eggs are rich in vitamin A, which also plays an important role for eyesight.
6. Eggs do not raise cholesterol
Eggs are victims of defamation as unfair as it is idiotic.
And I tell you: eat as much as you want, up to 3 per day, unless you have diabetes, and unless you have familial genetic hypercholesterolemia.
It is true that an egg contains 212 mg of cholesterol, which is more than half of the recommended daily intake of cholesterol (300 mg).
But you should know that dietary cholesterol has very little influence on blood cholesterol.
80% of the cholesterol in your blood is made by your liver.
In addition, the reaction to dietary cholesterol varies greatly from person to person:
- in 70% of people, eggs do not increase cholesterol levels at all;
- in others, they slightly increase the HDL cholesterol level.
This may seem worrisome if you are part of the 30%.
In people with metabolic syndrome (diabetes, obesity), eating eggs daily has improved blood lipid profile and insulin sensitivity .
7. Eggs are cheap
Eggs are not expensive. Their price per kilo is lower than that of most meats and fish.
8. Eggs give an impression of satiety
Eggs have a strong satiety power.
In a study of 30 overweight women, eating eggs at breakfast allowed them to better control their appetite.
Without any effort, they automatically reduced their food intake in the next 36 hours, compared to those who ate bread .
9. The eggs are good!
The eggs are delicious to eat alone and accommodate multiple preparations.
Their content in good fats make them easily absorb all the flavors that you add to them during cooking: mushrooms, fried onions, bacon, grilled pepper, pepper.
The important thing is to feast. And you know now that you can do it without any ulterior motive.