This breakfast food has several skin benefits This breakfast food has several skin benefits

This breakfast food has several skin benefits

While we do change our lunch and dinner regularly, it is very likely that we have the same breakfast foods every day. If you want to level up your morning meal and support your skin, you should include this food. 

I'm the kind of person who does without breakfast –a very bad idea, I know– and recently I've been trying to include some healthy foods apart from the good old coffee. Eggs is one of them, and this is why.

This breakfast food has several skin benefits

This breakfast food has several skin benefits 

Eggs contain lots of nutrients and are relatively low in calories, they are filling and just tasty. They are a powerhouse of high-quality protein and amino acids that are particularly good for the skin.

The whites of the eggs contain glycine and proline amino acids, which make up collagen. If you want to boost your collagen production for supple skin, you should definitely start including eggs in your breakfast. 

The natural production of collagen begins to decline with age, so it is a good idea to include foods that can boost its production and maintain a balance. 

Eggs are super versatile, so you can totally have scrambled eggs or top an avocado toast with poached eggs, add cooked eggs to your oatmeal, or simply have a boiled egg! 

If you can't tolerate eggs, you can opt for a collagen supplement.

The bottom line

Eggs are super versatile, so you can totally have scrambled eggs or top an avocado toast with poached eggs, add cooked eggs to your oatmeal, or simply have a boiled egg!

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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