'The Good Egg' provides health benefits - The Herald Dispatch: "Get thin, get smart. One little oval package helps you make both happen, and you don't even have to get a prescription for it (yes, it's legal).
Eggs were reinstated as a health food a while back, when major studies cleared them of increasing heart attack and stroke risk. Now there's evidence that people who scramble, boil or poach one for breakfast -- versus eating a bagel with the same number of calories -- bypass junk-food cravings and eat fewer calories for at least 24 hours. Without even trying. While eggs are a good source of nutrients and protein, for reasons that aren't completely clear, it turns out that they make your body feel fuller longer."