Participants who ate three whole eggs a day showed improved measures of HDL, or good, cholesterol at 12 weeks compared with those who ate the equivalent amount of egg substitute, researchers at the University of Connecticut found. Another study by researchers at the University of Missouri revealed that teen girls who ate a higher-protein breakfast containing eggs had greater satiety and an enhanced hormone response to hunger. The results were presented at the Experimental Biology meeting.
Eating eggs could boost good cholesterol levels, satiety
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