Cancer, diabetes and heart disease diet: Is THIS the healthiest way to eat your eggs?
Heart disease, cancer and diabetes risk could be cut by losing weight
Risk reduced by avoiding inflammatory foods
Eggs are the most nutritious foods you can eat
Poached and hard boiled eggs had the fewest calories
Heart disease, cancer and diabetes risk could be reduced by maintaining a healthy weight and reducing inflammation - and eating enough eggs in your diet could be the key.
Despite being vilified in past decades as a cholesterol and salmonella risk, they are now a go-to brunch option thanks to their range of health benefits.
Rob Hobson, Healthspan’s head of nutrition and author of The Detox Kitchen Bible, pointed out that eggs are one of the most nutritious foods you can eat.
“As well as being rich in protein, they are one of the only foods to contain vitamin D, and are a source of nearly every vitamin and mineral you need,” he explained.
“Additionally, eggs contain the antioxidants choline and beta carotene which both reduce damage caused by free radicals and help to lower inflammation in the body.”
If you are watching your weight, poaching and hard boiling are going to contain fewer calories and fat compared to scrambled or fried
From poached to hard boiled and scrambled to fried, what form are eggs best consumed in?
“They are great served any which way,” explained Hobson.
“But if you are watching your weight, poaching and hard boiling are going to contain fewer calories and fat compared to scrambled or fried which are often cooked using oils, butter and cream.”
Jeraldine Curran, The Food Nutritionist (thefoodnutritionist.co.uk), also suggested c Continue reading