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Top 20 Benefits Of Eating Egg White

December 29, 2016

Eggs usually have a bad reputation, but all the credit usually goes to the fat and the richest amount of cholesterol. Most of the people have no idea that this problem with the eggs is usually limited to only a small group of the population, including the ones who are sensitive to the cholesterol such as patients of heart failure or cardiac problems. But in such population, egg whites are usually recommended because of the health benefits it is offering. Here are the top 20 benefits of eating egg white.
  1. One complete egg is usually full of cholesterol that is 213 mg of cholesterol, but you know the actual secret? All the cholesterol is present in egg yolk and you will get cholesterol free egg white.
  2. Egg whites are the richest source of proteins that you will not even get from the poultry or fish. It is not only egg yolk that is incorporating all the ingredients, but egg white has 4 g of proteins so that you can use it on the regular basis.
  3. The egg whites are zero in cholesterol and they also have reduced calories. You will only get 17 calories if you are eating egg white. But if consumed one complete egg yolk, then you will get additional 55 calories.
  4. The egg whites contain negligible amount of fat such that you will only get 2 g of saturated fat with one egg white compared to 5 g of fat with complete egg.
  5. The saturated fat amount in the egg white completes your 5% of the daily requirement of saturated fat and if you are on low diet then this is the best diet for you.
  6. Egg whites are also the richest source of 1.3 mcg of folate, 2.3 mg of calcium, 6.6 mcg of selenium, 4.9 mg of phosphorus and 3.6 mg of magnesium.
  7. Egg whites also contain choline that is usually grouped with B vitamins. It is highly important for building the cell membranes along with other important signaling functions.
  8. There are highly reduced risks of having cardiovascular diseases with the use of egg whites.
  9. Egg whites contain powerful antioxidants that are highly protective of the eye health. It is best for the people suffering from macular degeneration and cataracts.
  10. High levels of omega 3 fatty acids in the egg white help in the reduction of the levels of triglycerides so reducing risk of heart problems.
  11. Egg whites are not only rich in proteins, but they have all the essential amino acids in the exact amount that is needed by your body.
  12. Egg whites help the people in reducing their heart problems with low amount of fat so they are equally effective in stroke too.
  13. When you are getting low calories from the egg white, you will ultimately reduce your weight.
  14. Rich source of potassium is the egg whites that are the vital mineral involved in the heart health, organ functioning and bone health.
  15. Low cholesterol helps in reduction in high blood pressure.
  16. Riboflavin in the egg whites helps in the metabolism and also produces the red blood cells.
  17. You will be able to reduce the aging with the help of egg whites.
  18. It not only removes facial hair, but it also helps in tightening the skin pores.
  19. Egg whites are effective in reducing the oil from the skin by providing the skin tightening effects.
  20. All the type of acne on the face is vanished after the application of the egg white’s mask.

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