1.Eggs Are Low in Calories – One large egg contains about 78 calories. A meal consisting of 3 boiled eggs and vegetables contains only about 300 calories.
2.Eggs Are Very Filling – Studies have repeatedly shown that egg meals increase fullness and reduce food intake during later meals, compared to other meals with the same calorie content
3.Eggs May Boost Your Metabolism – A high-protein diet may boost your metabolism by up to 80–100 calories per day since extra energy is needed to help metabolize the protein in foods.
4.Eggs Are a Great Way to Start Your Day – A study from Nutrition Research in men showing that an egg breakfast significantly reduced calorie intake for the next 24 hours, compared to a bagel breakfast. The egg eaters also felt more full. Furthermore, the egg breakfast caused more stable blood glucose and insulin response, while also suppressing ghrelin (the hunger hormone)
5.Eggs Are Cheap and Easy to Prepare – Incorporating eggs into your diet is very easy. They are inexpensive, widely available and can be prepared within minutes. Eggs are delicious almost every way you make them, but are most often boiled, scrambled, made into an omelette or baked.