Eating eggs has a health effect on human memory. According to a recent report by the New York Times, a study by Boston University in the United States showed that people who consumed adequate amounts of choline performed better in memory tests, and those associated with cognitive disorders, such as memory, declined less.
Eggs are rich in choline, a vitamin B complex that helps improve memory. An egg contains about 113 mg of choline, which is an essential substance for the synthesis of the brain neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. It is also an important component of the cell membrane and plays an important role in the maintenance of brain memory. Scientists believe that eating 1 or 2 eggs a day is a good choice for brains.
In addition, the two antioxidants contained in egg yolk: lutein and zeaxanthin have an effect of improving cognitive function. Researchers at Tufts University in the United States believe that the elderly who eat two eggs a day are significantly better than those who do not eat eggs at all, in terms of memory, reasoning ability, language fluency, and concentration of attention. Scientists believe that this study will demonstrate the significant role of eggs in enhancing brain cognitive function.
In addition, lutein and zeaxanthin are also essential for eye health and prevent diseases such as macular degeneration and cataracts that cause blindness in the elderly.