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How to eat "eggs" according to their own age





As you know, eggs are a great source of protein. In addition to low calories It is also rich in nutrients that are beneficial to the body. Iron, calcium, phosphorus, choline, vitamin A, vitamin B1, B2, B6, vitamin E, folate, lecithin, lutein and zeaxanthin are also used in a wide variety of dishes. Every home has a chicken egg or duck egg in the refrigerator at all times. At least when you can't imagine anything, you can still cook eggs.However, eating eggs is the most beneficial. Need to take into account age And consumer health is important as well, which Dr. Wanaporn Thongchom, nutrition scholar, nutrition department, Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, gave the following recommendations.


Pregnant and lactating women

Eggs contain essential nutrients for the development of the brain and nervous tissue of the embryo, including folate, choline, protein and iron, which help prevent abnormalities in newborns. Nutritionists recommend eating one egg a day.


Babies are 6-7 months old.

For the amount of protein a 6-7 month old baby needs each day. Will equal the amount of half an egg Nutritionists recommend grinding half a hard-boiled egg first time. And should be given in small quantities first


8-12 months old baby

When the baby is getting older Can increase the quantity of eggs In half - 1 egg per day

1-5 years old children, school age children and adolescents.
Children aged 1 year and up to teenagers can eat 1 egg every day.


Working age and elderly

In case of good health There is no problem with high blood fat. You can eat 1 egg every day as well.


Patients with various conditions

For patients with hypertension, diabetes, high blood cholesterol Or people with cardiovascular risk And high cholesterol It is recommended to consume 3 eggs / week and other food consumption needs to be monitored. Or follow your doctor's advice


Boiled-stew is better than frying.

As for the way to bring the eggs to cook it. Deep fried Or go fry until rise With the ทางเข้าslotxo use of large amounts of oil Will adversely affect your health Because most often use oil that is saturated fat in frying, such as palm oil, it can cause high blood fat. If you're going to fry, use a small amount of oil, but if it's healthy, it should be boiled or stewed with little oil.


Do not eat raw eggs!

Dr. Wanaporn recommends that a good egg consumption. Is eating eggs that have been cooked. And not processed To get the most benefit Because raw egg whites contain Avidin Which interferes with the absorption of a vitamin called biotin or vitamin H Biotin is a vitamin that helps maintain healthy hair, nails, and skin. It also contributes to the work of the nervous system. Energy metabolism As well as various cells within the body and is involved in the regulation of fat metabolism. Eating raw eggs impede the absorption of biotin. Therefore may result in hair loss Flaky skin And nails are not strong
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