This is pretty much my favorite breakfast...
Eggs, bacon, toast, and freshly squeezed orange juice!
Eggs are incredibly good for you, your metabolism, and building muscle. Anytime I want to strictly follow a diet regimen, eggs are always a big part of it. They're also very economical, for the amount of protein you get from eggs, you're getting more than your dollars worth.
1. Eggs are high in vitamins and minerals.
One large egg contains 251 milligrams of choline—more than half of a woman’s daily requirements. An essential nutrient especially for pregnant women and women of childbearing age, choline plays a key role in the brain development of unborn babies and even affects their memory later in life.
Eggs are also a rich source of vitamin K. One large egg contains 25 micrograms about one-third of the daily recommended amount for women. Vitamin K is a key nutrient in blood clotting.
2. Eggs are nutritious and low in calories
In its own nature-made single-serve container one large egg contains just 75 calories.