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 Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Tip of the Day Categories » Holiday Tips

Egg-Cellent (And Timely) News

Tomorrow's Easter, and you're probably busy dyeing eggs to hide! Today you'll learn that there's 'timely? news that says eggs are good for you! Here's why: recent studies have confirmed that eating eggs doesn't increase the risk of heart disease. Rather, eating an egg a day may actually help prevent it due to a nutrient called lutein found in the yolk. Studies also found that eggs are high in conleen, which plays a big role in memory retention. Eggs are also one of the few food sources of vitamin d, which is essential to maintaining healthy bones. The carotenoids in eggs help reduce the risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. Eggs are diet-friendly as well, with just 75 calories, 6.25 grams of protein, and a mere 5 grams of fat. Think Easter eggs are just for dyeing, hiding, and a spoon race or two? Think again! Today (and tomorrow), eggs are good for you!

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