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What will happen to you if you eat two-three eggs a day.

Eggs contain omega -3 fatty acids, which are healthy fats. The Omega-3 fatty acids can lower your heartbeat and rhythm, decrease the risk of clotting, reduce blood pressure level, improve blood vessel functioning.

Eggs don't increase the risk of heart disease. Benefits of eating eggs include; keeping you full and help with weight loss. One of the characteristics of food that satiates hunger is that they are rich in protein. One large egg contains about 6 grams of quality protein which helps to eat less for several minutes after a meal.

The egg I prove eye health, egg yolk contains lutein which helps to reduce the risk of eye-related macular degenerate and cataract

It contains ZX Anthon which protects the eye from the sun's Uv rays. Eggs are packed with vitamin A which protects the cornea and zinc which improves your retina and helps you see better at night.

Eggs keep your bones healthy. That is to say, egg yolk improves bone metabolism and helps to prevent osteoporosis. Eggs are rich in vitamin A to protect the bones, phosphorus to keep the bone healthy and calcium to improve the density of our bones. Eggs prevent iron deficiency in our bodies. Low iron in the body leads to low red blood cells, lower haemoglobin and as result anaemia. It turns out that 2- 3 eggs a day are the dose required to see these benefits

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