Nutritionist Dianova: eggs are best absorbed in the form of an omelet method of cooking eggs.
The specialist called eggs a most valuable nutritious product. “This is the best protein in the ranking of proteins, it is ideally easy to digest and has an ideal amino acid composition, even better than meat. The yolk also contains lecithin, which affects vision, and vitamin A in ideal form, and many trace elements, “she said.
The nutritionist stressed that depending on the method of preparation, eggs are assimilated by the body in different ways … So, the omelet is the easiest to digest, a little more difficult is the poached egg and the Benedict egg, followed by a boiled egg, fried eggs, and a raw egg closes the list.
Dianov noted that an omelet is a universal dish that can be eaten not only for breakfast, but also for dinner. To make the dish even lighter, the expert recommended making an omelet from one whole egg and several egg whites. “One yolk is more than enough. This omelet can be eaten every other day, that is, three to four times a week. I am against purely protein omelets, yolks are also needed, “she said.
At the same time, the doctor warned that the exception is situations when a person has an exacerbation of pancreatitis or problems with the gallbladder. In such cases, pure protein omelets are well suited.
Earlier, British dietitian Emma Derbyshire named a berry, the regular use of which will help improve memory and have a positive effect on the functioning of the brain in general. For adults and seniors, blueberries are also very beneficial as they slow the rate of age-related decline in cognitive abilities, that is, memory, perception, logic, and imagination. In addition, the substances contained in the berry help to better control mood, which is important in the fight against depression and anxiety.