What are the Healthy Facts About Eating Egg?

The egg is one of the easiest available sources of protein in your kitchen. Besides being a good protein source, there are also other benefits of eating eggs regularly. So, you must include it in your diet in raw or boiled form, as well as make delicious egg recipes at home or order them from your favorite Amritsr restaurant in Bangkok.

An egg is known to be a popular source of protein and also rich in many essential nutrients, such as vitamins D, A, B12, and choline. Eggs are inexpensive and can be used to make many interesting recipes for breakfast, brunch, evening snacks, or dinner. Therefore, you can easily make it part of your balanced diet.

In this article, we’re sharing some interesting facts about the egg, its health benefits, and also some FAQs related to eating eggs every day.

Is it healthy to eat an egg?

Undoubtedly, eating eggs every day has multiple health benefits. Not only eggs give your high-quality protein, they even include essential vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and fatty acids.

This means they are valuable for your daily nutrition needs. The egg white is high in protein while the yolk includes some healthy fats, antioxidants, minerals, and essential vitamins.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Eating Egg

Following are the major advantages of eggs on your health:

Rich in nutrients 

As mentioned before, eggs are rich in essential vitamins and minerals. One single egg fulfils:

  • 25% of your daily folate needs
  • 20% of daily selenium needs
  • 12% of your daily vitamin B2 needs
  • 40% of your daily vitamin D needs

It even includes vitamins A, B12, E and B5, along with iodine, phosphorus and iron.

High in proteins

Proteins are known to be the major building blocks of life. One egg is known to contain around 6.3 grams of protein. The major function of protein is to strengthen, repair and build tissues. It also contains nine essential amino acids in the right proportions for optimum maintenance and growth of your body.

Contains good cholesterol and omega 3S

Eggs also help in increasing the high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels and are known to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases while improving heart health. It also contains omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids that are known to be the essential fats to play a major role in our cell membranes.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Eating Egg

Disadvantages of eggs

Here are some disadvantages of eating eggs:

Cholesterol and Saturated Fat

According to a dietary guideline for Americans, your cholesterol intake must not be more than 300 mg. A single egg contains 186 mg calories, so if you have two eggs in the morning, you will be over your daily cholesterol level.

Diabetes and Eggs

According to some health studies, there has been a link between diabetes and dietary cholesterol. A research study in 2013 was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, stating that there is a connection between Type 2 diabetes risk and egg consumption.

What vitamins and minerals are in eggs?

If you eat eggs regularly, it boosts your choline intake. Choline is an essential vitamin for improving the function of your brain. Each large egg includes 147 mg of choline, which is around 27% of the suggested daily intake of protein for men or 35% for women, as per the Linus Pauling Institute.

Eggs even contain selenium, which is an important mineral to aid thyroid function. Moreover, by eating eggs regularly, your intake of iodine and other vitamins B5, B2 and B12 also increase.

Is it OK to eat eggs every day?

According to science, you can eat up to three eggs per day for better health and a balanced diet. Eggs improve the amount of HDL (the “good”) cholesterol and there is no increase in LDL (bad) cholesterol for up to 70% of people.

Some people may have chances of increasing the LDL benign subtype. So, it’s best to consult your nutritionist before eating eggs.

Although it’s easier to prepare eggs at home, if you’re looking for a good restaurant to serve you delicious Indian egg dishes in Bangkok, you must head to Amritsr restaurant.

Here are some eggs dishes offered by Amritsr

Egg Hakka Noodles

Egg Hakka Noodles

It is a palatable Indo-Chinese dish, which everyone in the country loves. It is a healthy dish containing various vegetables that supply a sufficient amount of nutrients to your body. This simple dish can be made easily and quickly.

Egg Bhurji

Egg Bhurji

Originated from the Indian subcontinent, egg bhurji is a tastier version of scrambled eggs. The only difference is that it contains sauteed chopped chillies, onions and desired spices. It is often served with naan, parantha, pav or rotis.

Egg Masala

Egg Masala

Egg Masala is another tasty egg recipe made using boiled eggs that are simply prepared in spicy masala gravy. This dish has an amazing tangy taste of spices blended with pureed tomatoes. You can prepare this dish using leftover eggs from a party, breakfast or snack time.

Egg Curry

Egg Curry

Egg curry is another delicious egg recipe containing rich onion and tomato gravy. It is simple to prepare and often enjoyed with parantha, naan or rice with some fresh salad.


Now that you know various health benefits of eggs and amazing recipes that you can prepare at home, do include egg into your daily balanced diet. However, if you ever don’t feel like making egg recipes at home, you can always order them from your favorite Amritsr Restaurant in Bangkok.

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