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Egg Toast vs. Avocado Toast: Which Is the Healthier Choice?

When it’s time for breakfast, the battle between egg toast and avocado toast is quite tasty. Let’s break it down:

  1. Egg Toast:
    • What’s Inside: One egg gives you about 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, 6 grams of fat, and almost no carbs. Eggs are a protein powerhouse and contain essential vitamins (A, D, E, B12) and minerals (iron and zinc).
    • Why It’s Good: Eggs help with muscle repair, brain health (thanks to choline), and overall well-being.
    • How to Boost It: Choose whole-grain bread for extra fiber (good for digestion and heart health). Add some cheese, herbs, or veggies for flavor and nutrients.
  2. Avocado Toast:
    • What’s Inside: A single avocado has 240 calories, 3 grams of protein, 22 grams of heart-healthy fats, and 13 grams of carbs. It’s rich in vitamins K, E, C, and potassium.
    • Why It’s Good: Avocado’s monounsaturated fats keep you full, support heart health, and help regulate blood pressure.
    • Toppings: Get creative! Add tomatoes, radishes, or seeds for extra crunch and flavor.
  3. The Verdict:
    • Personal Choice: Decide based on your nutritional goals. Egg toast is great for protein and muscle maintenance, while avocado toast provides healthy fats and benefits your heart.
    • Combo Option: Why not have both? Combine egg and avocado for a balanced, nutritious meal.

Remember, breakfast fuels your day, so choose what makes you happy and keeps you nourished! 

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