Who doesn’t love waking up in the morning to a healthy breakfast of eggs and maybe a side of bacon? Eggs can be made in so many different ways and eaten cold or hot. They’re also used in tons of recipes whether it be to fluff up a pancake batter or to bread a chicken.
Whether you like them or not, eggs are also very nutritious, despite sometimes getting a bad rep as some people think that the egg yolks are high in cholesterol and will affect their diets.
However, these facts have been debunked by researchers who have found that eggs are a good source of essential minerals and vitamins as well as being high in amino acids which we use to repair tissue and build muscle mass.
Have you even wondered how many eggs you can eat in a day? Or what would happen if you ate three eggs every single day? Keep on reading to find out what happens if you increase your egg intake.
Some nutritionists say that in order to have a healthy balanced diet, you should consume up to three whole eggs a day.
Many people are under the assumption that egg yolks are high in cholesterol but things might not be as bad as people thought before.
AuthoristNutrition.com shared a video on the surprising truth of how many eggs a human can healthily consume in a day.
Joe Leech, a dietitian with an MSc in Nutrition explained that for many years people were told to limit their consumption of eggs due to the high cholesterol in the yolk. It was widely thought that the cholesterol levels in the blood would rise and lead to heart disease which is false.