If you eat eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner, then you need to know the impact they have on your health.
If you’re an egg lover, you’re certainly not alone. According to statistics portal Statistica, Americans ate 284 eggs each in 2018 – and that figure is only likely to rise in the years to come. Yet it’s perhaps no surprise that the food remains popular given the many nutritional benefits of a single egg. But what exactly happens to your body when you consume more than one egg regularly? Well, in 2019 the results of a study into this very subject were released – and they could make for startling reading.