Are Eggs Bad for Senior Brains?

Are Eggs Bad for Senior Brains?

No, they are not if prepared and consumed appropriately. Due to a variety of nutrients found in eggs, they may help slow the progression of cognitive decline in seniors. However, avoid raw or undercooked eggs as they may contain the illness-causing Salmonella.


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