We all know how we are emotionally connected with eggs. From breakfast till dinner - eggs can cheer up our taste buds like nothing else and if we start discussing its versatility, then it would take a year to complete the discussion.
Eggs are not only versatile but are also a good source of high protein. We can kick-off our morning on a healthy note with an omelette or a poach.
On the eve of Egg Day, that is, on 9th October founded by International Egg Commission (IEC), we can pack delightfulness and healthiness in our kitchen with loads of flavours and vitamins to keep our body happy.
Eggs white includes Vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals like zinc, iron and copper. It is advisable by most of the doctors to avoid consuming egg yolks as it contains fat and calories.
Did you know one egg per day alongside no sugar contained diet can prevent stunting in children.
Eggs can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. It protects our bones and prevents rickets and osteoporosis. Eggs play a pivotal role in weight management as the protein intake is adequate to satisfy an individual's appetiser.
Do you remember an advertisement on eggs on television? It was a revolutionary campaign with the popular jingle 'Sunday ho ya Monday, roz khao ande'. The jingle doesn't only attract our attention but also inspire the Indians to include eggs in our regular diet plan.
Hence, we all should maintain a healthy lifestyle and include eggs in our balanced diet for our healthy future.