Research reveals: What happens to your body if you eat two eggs a day

Dr. Joel Wallach eats about 6 eggs per day.

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3. Better memory

Have you ever heard of the amino acid choline? It affects the nerve signals that help us to remember the little things day to day – take, for example, where you left your keys or wallet.

According to research, additional supplements of choline can improve memory and responsiveness.

4. A wonder for your eyes

Lutein helps your eyes to maintain clear and sharp vision. New research has shown that chicken eggs are rich in lutein, and so beneficial for your peepers.

Luten is produced naturally by your eyes, and protects the retina from being damaged.

5. Counteracting depression

Vitamin D can be difficult to obtain in winter, what with the sun doing its best to hide. However, eggs can actually help you get it. Vitamin D is, of course, enormously helpful towards the PH balance of our teeth and the strength of our bones in general.

Vitamin D can also be of assistance in counteracting depression!

6. Strengthening the skeleton

When you eat eggs you get calcium, which is important for strengthening your skeleton and preventing osteoporosis.

7. Good for the blood

Eggs contain plenty of folate, which is a type of vitamin B necessary for the formation of new red blood cells.

People lacking in folate can be at risk of anaemia. Folate is also important when it comes to foetuses developing properly in the womb. Good to know for those soon-to-be mothers out there.

8. Anti-ageing

As previously stated, eggs contain amino acids that help to build and regenerate cells. This can aid anti-ageing when it comes to your appearance.

As we get older, our need for vitamin D is doubled. The recommendation for people over the age of 60 is 10 micrograms. One egg can yield approximately 0.7 micrograms.

9. Reduced heart risk

Researchers from Canada have discovered a clear connection between egg-dense foods and a reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases and certain cancers, writes Feel Good.

The secret to this? Eggs have two important antioxidants in them: tryptophan and tyrosine.

People with bad LDL (low-density lipoprotein) levels are at greater risk of heart problems. Apparently, eggs can actually boost LDL numbers and therefore lower the risk of heart-related issues.

10. Building muscle

Many people looking to add muscle mass choose to consume plenty of eggs – they do it for a reason.

Eggs are packed full of protein, which is, of course, crucial for those looking to bulk up their frame.

11. Protects the skin, hair and nails

Amongst their abundance of other properties, eggs also contain plenty of B vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids. These help you to keep healthy skin, hair and nails.

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Big Pharma Pushing Feds to Bar Americans from Using Natural Remedies; How to Fight Back

FDA Bureaucrats Seek to Restrict Access to Homeopathic Medicines

… And what we can do to STOP THEM.

Summary:   Guidelines now being proposed by the FDA would restrict the public’s access to Homeopathic remedies, benefitting BIG PHARMA, but  harming Americans who should continue to have unregulated access to these healing products. Federal law does not give the FDA the authority to apply the rules designed only for toxic pharmaceuticals to nontoxic Homeopathic remedies. The FDA’s only job is to ensure that products are manufactured according to legal standards and are properly labeled. The rules and regulations governing Homeopathic remedies that have been in place for most of the last century are more than adequate to protect the public.

Late last year, the FDA proposed new guidelines for Drug Products Labeled as Homeopathic (Draft Guidance Dec. 2017), disregarding federal law and usurping the right of American people to use historically available health-enhancing products of their choosing. Rather than promote the public welfare, these guidelines, if implemented, will injure countless individuals and the nation’s health. At the end of this article, I delineate the specific threats posed by these proposed guidelines and explain how greater regulation would place unnecessary restrictions on safe and beneficial Homeopathic products. Lastly, I explain how to file comments on-line with the FDA, where comments are due by March 20, 2018.

If you don’t have the time to read this entire article, but you understand the importance of continued access to Homeopathic Remedies — please go right to the end of this article and file your comments with the FDA.

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(vid) A Stunner…The Must Hear Truth About ‘Organic’ Food – Fmr Inspector Mischa Popoff w/ Jeff Rense — Almost Half of Imported OG Food Has Pesticides

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