Does Eating an Egg a Day Lower Your Risk of Stroke?

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Holistic nutritionist and health coach Maria Marlowe shares eggs are about twenty cents a serving, about 70 calories and recent research shows that adults that ate one egg a day had an almost 30 percent less chance of dying from a stroke than those that don’t! Maria shares her recipe for cauliflower fried rice. Plus, check out her recipes for sweet potato tortillas, air fryer frittata cups, and her method for perfect poached eggs

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