By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
November 25, 2016
- Which eggs are healthiest?
- Clearing up the mystery behind organic, cage-free and free-range eggs
- These are the kind of eggs I buy
Up until a few years ago, most folks considered eggs off-limits. If they ate them at all, they separated out the whites, and threw the most nutritious part – the yolk – into the garbage disposal.
Well, now that eggs are off the hook when it comes to cholesterol and heart disease, you may be eating one or two of them a day – yolk and all.
This is great. The yolk is the part of the egg that’s highest in choline, which is an important brain food. If you don’t have enough of it, it can affect your memory and brain volume. Continue reading