Egg Preparation and Consumption Tips  

Choose healthful eggs: Pasture-grown eggs have more antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and critical vitamins than conventionally farmed eggs.

Choose cooking oils wisely: Avoid fat that breaks down and oxidizes by using high-heat cooking oils. Coconut and avocado oils cook eggs well due to their high smoke points.

 If you have high cholesterol, see your doctor before eating coconut oil.

Consider extra components: Eggs go with many things, but some are healthier than others. Healthy toppings and ingredients should be low in sodium and saturated fat.

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Egg dishes can be made healthier by adding veggies, legumes, and avocado.

Eggs should not be overcooked. Extended heat exposure can destroy down eggs' nutrients and reduce their nutritional value.

Type 2 diabetics should avoid packaged junk foods like chips, crackers, and pretzels since they include refined carbohydrates, salt, and added sugars. 

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