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Amazing Health Benefits of Eating One Egg Per Day - Health-Teachers

Eggs are the best food for people who suffer from specific low energy and general physical low energy.

A half-cooked egg yolk becomes a large amount of blood. The egg is the best food and medicine for building blood and removing general physical weakness. Eggs are the best food for people who suffer from specific low energy and general physical low energy.

A half-cooked egg yolk becomes a large amount of blood. The egg is the best food and medicine for building blood and removing general physical weakness. Eggs are the best food for people who suffer from specific low energy and general physical low energy

Take the yolks and whites of two eggs in a bowl. Mix onion curd, ginger curd, ghee 20 grams, pure honey 50 grams, and cook on low flame. When it thickens, take it off. Eat it for breakfast in winter days; it will be a very nutritious and delicious breakfast. 

If the honey is not pure, add sugar instead. You can eat it and drink milk. If you do not want to eat it, take out the yolks and whites of two eggs in a bowl and beat them well; and after that, pour milk into the bowl and drink it sweetened with honey or sugar.

Eating half egg yolk is very useful for children suffering from dry mouth. Applying egg white on the burnt area immediately relieves the burning sensation and cools it down. Egg yolk paste reduces kidney painTake out the yolk of an egg and put it in a frying pan, put it on the fire, mix three to four grams of ground turmeric, put it on a cloth, and apply it on the kidney. 

Egg white water (albumen water) is beneficial in treating diarrhea and dysentery in children. It is digested very quickly, provides nutrition, and cures these diseases.

Nutrients 

100 grams of eggs contain 147 calories, 12.3 grams of protein, 10.9 grams of fat, 140 milligrams of sodium, 140 milligrams of potassium, 52 milligrams of calcium, and 2 milligrams of iron 1.5 milligrams of zinc. 

Decimal zero 9 milligrams of vitamin B1 (vitamin B1), 47 milligrams of vitamin B2, 13 decimal 68 milligrams of sodium, one decimal 6 milligrams of vitamin H (vitamin E), 140 micrograms of vitamin A (vitamin A), One serving contains 75 micrograms of vitamin D, 7 micrograms of B12, 25 micrograms of folate and 25 micrograms of biotin (vitamin H).

Cholesterol is high in eggs, and people suffering from high blood pressure or other heart diseases should not eat eggs without a Doctor's advice.

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