Happy Easter Eggs
Start your day with an egg or two. Never skip breakfast. It may sound funny, but research shows that
eating more helps you lose weight.
People who consistently eat breakfast lose more weight and maintain the weight loss longer. Eggs are a good dietary source of choline, a component of lecithin. Lecithin helps with good brain function as well as being an essential fat for our body. Eggs are also a good source of protein, iron, B-12, and other B vitamins.
After a full night of fasting, your first meal sets your metabolism’s furnace burning, provides the fuel you need to stay alert and perform your best. Kids who eat breakfast do better in class and adults perform better on tests and have better retention and performance too. If you’re in a rush, and don’t have time to cook, hard-boiled eggs are perfect.
I prepare them in advance, and eat them with a little sea salt and pepper. They’re super easy to make and very portable. Enjoy your hard-boiled eggs with some salsa, but read the label to be sure there’s no added sugar.
Worried about the cholesterol in eggs? Eggs are nutritionally balanced. According to Phyllis Balch, author of
Prescription for Nutritional Healing,
the lecithin from eggs enables fats, such as
to be dispersed in water and removed from the body.
So Happy Easter Eggs!!
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