Packed with Carotenoid eggs are a real source of power. Carotinide colours the egg yolk into a yummy yellow and protects the cells, because the nutrient changes into healthy vitamin A upon entering the body.
The body digests almost 100% of chicken protein...therefore no waste is left
The weight loss effect: Believe it or not: one hard boiled egg contains only 60 calories and it keeps you from feeling hungry for 5 hours!
So no, eggs are not only for Easter and our children but for health conscious adults and teens. Don't forget to boil some eggs and take them in your picnic basket!
Just now before Xmas, people often eat loads of cookies, chocolates, cakes and biscuits and all of that other scrummy stuff....but we all know the old saying: one moment on the lips forever on the hips...So we have compiled a delicious, low calorie and fast recipe to try at home...Nana's pea and mint soup. Bon Appetite!
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