Bulking

5 Issues You Ought to Know About Eggs

1 | Rocky did not know what the hell he was doing. Apart from the risk of salmonella, raw egg laying does not provide as much fuel for muscle growth. Studies show that 91% of the protein in fully cooked eggs is bioavailable or can be used by the body. Raw eggs are only half as strong.

2 | While an egg yolk contains all five grams of fat and 186 mg of cholesterol in an egg, it also contains about half of the six grams of protein, as well as the payload of amino acids and vitamins A, B, D, E and K. For this reason, many lifters opt for whole Eggs plus added white.

3 | Egg yolk contains choline, an essential nutrient that helps maintain brain cell structure and neurotransmitters

4 | The spindle-shaped white fiber associated with the egg yolk is called chalaza. It protects the egg yolk by keeping it suspended in the shell.

5 | There is absolutely no nutritional difference between brown and white eggs. Brown eggs are laid by chickens with red earlobes, and white eggs are laid by chickens with white earlobes. End of the story.

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