The Healthy-Diet Foods That Health Experts Really Eat
“Eggs have an undeserved bad reputation,” says Kaplan, who enjoys up to two daily. In fact, eggs contain nutrients that can benefit your eyes, brain, and hair. And according to one study, they may help prevent blood clots, which could lower the risk of a stroke or a heart attack. Chicago trainer Don Scott, at Jim Karas Personal Training, calls them “my no-fuss, easy-transport snack.”
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