News24xx.com - Egg white contains potassium, niacin, riboflavin, magnesium and sodium, while egg yolks provide vitamin A, phosphorus, iron, zinc and vitamin D. In addition, egg yolks also have B6 and B12, folic acid, acid pantothenic and thiamine, phosphorus, iron, zinc, and vitamins A, D, E, and K.
A number of calcium, copper, iron, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, and zinc are also present in egg yolks. So it can be said that eggs are a source of quality protein. In fact, egg yolks contain all the fat in the egg. Then is fat in eggs healthy? Then how many eggs can you consume in a day?
As reported by NDTV Food, all the fat in the egg is indeed in the yolk. Fats such as omega-3 fats are also part of the fat profile. But precisely this is related to positive health outcomes related to heart health, diabetes and blood pressure.
In a study of 40,000 men and 30,000 women, it was found that consuming one egg every day has no effect on the increased risk of heart disease. As for those of you who are on a diet, you must pay attention to egg consumption. Eggs with bacon, processed flour, processed foods that may contain fat, will obviously endanger your health and can increase your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
If you have cholesterol disease, you also need to be careful in consuming egg yolks. Don't consume too much in a week. Then if you are a physically active person it is better to consume 4-6 eggs a day to increase your body's protein intake.