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Where do we even begin? Eggs are cheap, easy to cook, and highly nutritious!
Eggs contain high amounts of protein, iron, potassium, zinc, copper, vitamin E, vitamin D, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, omega-3 fatty acids, and low amounts of fat.
These nutrients in eggs have several benefits on your health including protecting your bones, preventing osteoporosis, helping with normal brain development and weight management, and reducing the risk of inflammations thanks to the omega-3 fatty acids.
Do you know what else eggs are famous for? Being victims of misconceptions!
An example of one common misconception or “myth” about eggs is about whether egg whites are healthier than egg yolks and vice versa, which is still the subject of debate among netizens.
To clear some of the misconceptions about eggs and separate the facts from myths — the way you probably separate egg whites and yolk — we present to you this list!