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“Sunday ho ya Monday, roz khao ande!” Eggs are one of the most wholesome and protein-rich foods for breakfast. How about going beyond boiled eggs and whisking an egg mixture for a fluffy omelette to warm up your winter morning?
Having an egg omelette for breakfast is a great choice, not just healthwise, but also as far as taste is concerned. But making an omelette is not an effortless task, isn’t it? Especially when you want it to be fluffy. Wondering how? Let us offer a helping hand!
Try out this fluffy egg white omelette recipe as your next special breakfast during the winter season.
If you want, sprinkle shredded cheese across the center and then turn off the heat.
If any food deserves the true tag of being a superfood, it is eggs. Vidhi Chawla, a dietitian and the owner of Fisico Diet Clinic, told HealthShots, “Eggs, the protein-rich superfood, offer us a variety of benefits to not just our bodily strength but also to your heart.”
Eggs are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, as well as selenium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus,omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants, among other nutrients. According to the expert, the yolk portion of the egg contains lecithin which makes this superfood super healthy. Egg is a staple in a variety of dishes and has an excellent nutritional profile.
Eating eggs can ensure that you feel more focused and can concentrate better.
Eggs are rich in two antioxidants that can reduce this risk and protect our eyes.
Contrary to popular belief, eggs are a rich source of HDL (high-density lipoprotein) which is a type of good cholesterol.
Eggs are high in protein which means that consuming them makes us feel full fairly quickly and that feeling lasts for a while. This reduces the instances of overeating and helps in cutting down calories too. So, eggs can be a great option for those who are on their weight loss journey.
Eggs also offer us a variety of benefits to our hair. Rich in protein and biotin, eggs provide nourishment and texture to damaged tresses and prevent hair breakage by conditioning the scalp.
So go ahead and try out this recipe this winter!