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Better breakfast with protein-rich eggs

Beller breakfast WITH PROTEIN-RICH EGGS AN One egg contains 13 essential ALL-NATURAL, vitamins and minerals, HIGH-QUALITY antioxidants, and boasts high-quality protein and 70 PROTEIN POWERHOUSE only 70 calories. For an ideal breakfast, pair eggs with other nutrient - dense foods for a balanced plate. calories Contains optimal amounts of all nine essential amino acids 13 essential vitamins and minerals Lysine Threonine Valine Isoleucine Leucine Methionine 61 GRAMS OF PROTEIN Phenylalanine Tryptophan Histidine One egg provides 6 grams of protein, nearly half of which is found in the yolk. Not all breakfasts are created equal when it comes to protein. Research shows that 25-30 grams of high-quality protein per meaf may be optimal to maintain healthy muscles and bones for adults. While each of these popular American breakfast options provides a similar amount of calories, the amount and type of protein varies greatly. 350 CALORIES 33 GRAMS OF PROTEIN 330 CALORIES 325 CALORIES 13 GRAMS OF PROTEIN 12 GRAMS OF PROTEIN 295 CALORIES 3 GRAMS OF PROTEIN 1 Whole egg + 1 Egg white Canadian bacon, 1 ounce Low fat cheese, 1 ounce English muffin, 1/2 Melon, 1/2 cup Tomato, 1 slice Non-fat milk, 1 cup Ready-to-eat whole-grain Cereal, 1 cup Non-fat milk, 1/2 cup Banana, 1 small Orange juice, 1/2 cup Pancakes, 2 Maple Syrup, 1 tablespoon Strawberries, 1/2 cup Non-fat milk, 1 cup Glazed Doughnut Coffee, 1 cup Cream, 1 tablespoon Sugar, 1 teaspoon HIGH-QUALITY PROTEIN OTHER EGG-CELLENT BENEFITS 25-30 GRAMS IS BENEFICIAL HEALTHY DIET of high-quality protein per meal may be optimal to maintain healthy muscles and bones for adults. 14% cholesterol Than previously 1 64% vitamin D RESEARCH HAS SHOWN measured in 2002. EATING EGGS FOR BREAKFAST COMPARED TO EATING A BAGEL BREAKFAST HELPS OVERWEIGHT DIETERS Healthy individuals can enjoy an egg a day without increasing blood cholesterol levels LOSE 65% MORE WEIGHT egg REDUCE BMI BY 61% MORE Feel more energetic Compared to eating cereal eggs provide 15 cents increase in 30% total fullness Eggs are one of the most afforda- ble sources of 50% greater satiety index score я8a high-quality protein Sources •Egg Nutrition Center. Intike and opdimal health. A tol kit for healthcare professionals. Available at: hmp://www.eggnutritioncanter.orgiup-contenbiuploads/201204ENC-Protein-Too-Kit-Leader-Guide.pdt. Accessed on August 16, 2013. • Layman 0, Rodriquaz N. Egg protein as a source of power, strength, and energy. Food Science. 2009; 44|1):43-48. •Paddon-Jenes D. Rasmussen B. An coral essential amine acid-carbohydrate supplement enhances muscle protain anabolism aftar resistance erercise. Cur Opin Clin Nutr Matab Care. 2009; 12(1)85-0. Ramussen B, Tipton K, Mler S, et al. An oral essential amino-acid-carbohydrata supplemant anhanses musck prokin anabelism atter resistanca cearcise, JAppl Physiel. 2000, 88|2)386-32. * Laidy HJ, Ortinau LC, Deuglas SM, et al. Benaficial ettacts of a higher protain breaktaston the appettive, hor monal, and neural signaks contreling anergy intake regulation in ovarwsightebese, "braktastskipping, " late ado kscant girls. Am J Cin Nutr. 2013; 974677-88. • Dhurandhar NV. Breakfast containing egg proteins induces greater satity cempared to a breakfast with lower protin quality. European Congress on Obasity 2012. Lyon. France. May 12, 2012. US. Dapartment of Agricultura, Agricultural Research Servica, 2012. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Retarenca, Release 25. Nutriant Data Laboratory Home Page, http:wwww.ars usda gowbathwoind. Accessed en August 15, 2013. •uS. Department ef Agricuture and U.S. Departmant of Haalth and Human Services. The Repert of the Distary Guideines Advisery Commites on the Distary Guidslines for Amaricans, 2010. Avalatle at: htp:www.cnppusda gowDGAs2010-DGACRapart htm. Accessed on August 15, 2013. uS. Dapartment of Agricuture, Economic Ressarch Sarvice, Food Avalability Data System. http:ers usda gowidata-products/leod-avalability-(per-capita) data system aspx. Accessed en August 15, 2013. Egg Nutrition Center ENC

Better breakfast with protein-rich eggs

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Not all breakfasts are created equal when it comes to protein. One egg provides 13 essential vitamins and minerals, high-quality protein, antioxidants and boasts only 70 calories. Research shows that ...


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