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Control the rate of eating eggs to avoid these deadly diseases if you want to live for long

Eggs are very delicious and less expensive. They are almost available in all shops throughout the country and form parts of a diet even though there are advantages and disadvantages involved. Let's focus on some of the disadvantages that could affect the human body.

Eggs are high in calories. An egg that has been boiled comprises of not less than 150 calories and because eggs do not have any form of fiber, they do not really satisfy if taken in less quantities. Since they have such high contents of calories, it's tempting to eat a lot in order to be satisfied. For example, we feel satisfied upon eating many fruits because of the fibre content and other nutrients.

The second disadvantage is that, eggs are full of cholesterol, precisely the form of cholesterol that has the intensity to block the veins and arteries. Eating eggs daily or most often sometimes increases the risk of getting a heart attack or a form of stroke.

The third disadvantage of high consumption of eggs increases a form of diabetes in the human body. For example, people who eat of about three eggs daily are likely to develop diabetes than those who eat few eggs daily and not only as a limited to diabetes but also certain metabolic diseases which is most often caused by the abnormal detaining of fat in the cells.

This declines the production of hormones that has the power to metabolize fats and cholesterol in general. Also certain poisonous chemicals released by bacteria when they die known endotoxins are likely to be gotten from excessive consumption of eggs. Even though eggs are delicacies, we should ensure to consume less in order to preserve our health.

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