Eggs were traditionally associated with high cholesterol and heart disease. This 2018 Nutrients study suggests that eggs have been unfairly maligned.
Eggs were guilty by association and the public was uninformed of beneficial and "bad" cholesterol. "The way eggs and other foods are cooked—especially if fried in oil or butter," the site adds.
According to certified dietitian Johna Burdeos, eggs are abundant in protein, nutrients, fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K), B vitamins, folate, and choline.
An 80-calorie extra-large egg has eight grams of protein and six grams of fat. Eggs are healthy, so I ate them every day for a week to prepare for the new year. I learnt.
Like most youngsters, I began liking eggs with breakfast scrambles and egg salad sandwiches. Eggs aren't simply for breakfast, I've learnt as an adult.
Quiches, frittatas, pad thai, and fettuccine carbonara use them. Since our society loves farm-to-table food, eggs have become a hot topping for salads, pizzas, and burgers.
Eggs are flexible, easy to make, and nutritious. I cooked a frittata using leftover salmon to start egg week. I sprinkled feta cheese over lemon-olive oil-dressed arugula.