After eating eggs for so many years, are you eating them right? In our life, eggs are almost inseparable. Eggs contain high protein. Eating more eggs is good for people's health. It's also important to eat eggs.
Are you serious about eating eggs?
Myth 1: how to eat eggs is the same nutrition
There are many ways to eat eggs, such as boiling, steaming, frying, frying, etc. As far as the absorption and digestibility of egg nutrition are concerned, 100% are boiled and steamed, 98% are tender fried, 97% are scrambled, 92.5% are poached, 81.1% are old fried and 30% - 50% are eaten raw. From this point of view, boiled and steamed eggs should be the best way to eat.
Myth 2: the darker the eggshell color, the higher the nutritional value
The relationship between the color of the egg shell and the nutritional value is not significant. The analysis shows that the nutritional value of the egg depends on the nutritional value of the egg. The nutritional structure of the feed mainly depends on the feeding condition of the chicken, but not on the color of the egg shell. From the sensory point of view, the thicker the egg white is, the higher the protein content is, the better the protein quality is. Under normal circumstances, eggs with darker yolks are slightly better in nutrition.
Myth 3: Farmed eggs are more nutritious
Real farm eggs may be better to eat. But the test shows that the nutrient content of farm eggs is not higher than that of ordinary eggs. In addition, the laying environment of local chicken is not well controlled, and the eggs are more likely to be polluted by feces.
Myth 4: high nutrition of egg and soybean milk
It has a good nourishing effect by drinking it alone. The soybean milk contains trypsin inhibitor, which can inhibit the activity of human protease and affect the digestion and absorption of protein in human body. The egg white contains viscous protein, which can be combined with the trypsin in soybean milk, so that the decomposition of protein is hindered, so as to reduce the absorption rate of human protein.
Myth 5: 'first egg' and 'functional egg' are more nutritious.
Generally speaking, the eggs that a chicken lays within 130-160 days of its growth are called the first eggs. There is no test evidence that the nutrient content of the first egg is higher than that of the ordinary egg. In fact, the size of the first eggs is small, each about 40 grams. Because the weight is not up to standard, they are not allowed to be sold abroad. Functional egg is to make egg rich in zinc, iodine, selenium, calcium and other nutrients through feed technology. This sounds good, but in fact, because there is no standard and it's not easy to test, many products have the suspicion of over publicity.
Myth 6: eating eggs raw is more nutritious.
Eating raw eggs will interfere with the absorption of biotin (a B vitamin). Although occasionally eating raw eggs will not lead to biotin deficiency, eating raw eggs is easy to infect bacteria.
Myth 7: mothers should eat more eggs.
It is a custom of our country for parturients to eat a large number of eggs when they sit on the moon, but it is no longer applicable in today's food rich world. In addition to one or two eggs a day, mothers should also eat meat, milk, beans, food, fruits and vegetables to achieve a balanced diet.