US-scientists: Stop eggs for breakfast

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US-scientists: Stop eggs for breakfast
US-scientists: Stop eggs for breakfast

One of the most common breakfast foods in every kitchen around the world is eggs. Their preparation options are countless - boiled, fried, wrapped, etc

According to US scientists, however, eating eggs for breakfast can have a bad effect. It turns out that this very popular food can have negative effects on our he alth and bring us a terrible disease.

According to experts, eggs for breakfast affect the cardiovascular system and can also cause diabetes.

Biologists and doctors conducted two experiments. During the first, the participants ate normally and prepared eggs for their breakfast at their discretion. It turned out that the harmfulness of the product depends on the method of its preparation.

For example, if people fried eggs in butter and added bacon, the dish became less he althy than just boiled eggs (which isn't particularly surprising, though).

The second experiment showed: if you add various additives and spices to the product during cooking, the level of glucose in the person's blood then changed.

However, the chief technologist of a large poultry farm just laughs and considers the claims of these scientists to be fiction: "It's unbelievable that serious experts spend time checking things that are obvious enough.

Of course, if you eat eggs in the morning with a generous addition of meat and even more fat, your body will not like it. And it will rebel. But the same thing happens if you eat, say, cheese, cottage cheese, and even imagine porridge.

By the way, the smaller the egg, the more useful it is. The hen in the poultry farm starts laying at the 17-18th week of her life and lays one egg per day, which is full of nutrients substances, but at the same time it is little.

So, for example, with age, the hen begins to lay larger eggs, but their nutritional value decreases. By the way, the biggest eggs in poultry farms are usually thrown away.

Also, eggs with two yolks are usually laid by very old laying hens. At the end of the hen's "career", it becomes increasingly difficult for the chicken's body to make shells, so sometimes it turns out to be a "two-in-one".

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