The boiled egg diet has risen in popularity over the years as people try to increase their intake of protein. But experts warn that over indulging on the tasty food topic could do more harm than good for those wanting to lose weight.
There are many different versions of the boiled egg diet, with experts modifying it to create plans that not only ensure healthy weight loss but a regular supply of essential micronutrients, too.
It is predominantly based on the elimination or regulation of carbs.
It’s no secret that eggs have a variety of benefits as they are a storehouse of nutrients.
Protein repairs muscles, manages blood sugar levels, boosts metabolism and provides immunity and strength.
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“Don’t forget, you can always poach them or bake an omelet,” she added.
“These are all healthy.”
A study published in US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health saw 30 women aged between 25 and 60 years who found they had a suppressed appetite after eating a boiled egg breakfast.
Their energy intake following the egg breakfast remained lower for the entire day, including the next 36 hours.