According to OMGI Factors, it promotes health in the following ways:
Increased levels of vitamin D, a hormone that activates genes that regulate the immune system and release neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin, and several studies have shown a link between vitamin D deficiency and depression.
Enhance brain function, by enhancing a substance called “acetylcholine”, which acts as a neurotransmitter that improves memory, and helps build cell membranes and cognitive abilities.
Eggs are better than carrots to promote eye health and eyesight, as the yolk is rich in lutein, which is a carotenoid that helps to combat macular degeneration associated with aging, which is the main cause of blindness in people over the age of fifty.
Supporting good cholesterol that helps remove excess cholesterol and direct it to the liver for disposal.
Eggs are a rich source of folic acid, which is necessary for the formation of red blood cells, and is therefore used as a treatment for anemia.
Strengthening muscles and bones, as the egg contains, on average, 6 grams of protein, which is used to make all types of tissues and structural and functional molecules, allowing the body to build muscle and improve bone health.