The beauty benefits of eggs


The beauty benefits of eggs

I recently had to talk to Dr. Daniel Amen, a psychiatrist and brain disorders specialist and gave me all the information about his favorite brain food.

Sidenote: Collaborates with Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber.

Miley sees him with her 16th year to help with anxiety, stress and her overall mental health, and dr. Amen helped Justin with depression, addiction, and anxiety.

His podcast episode coming soon, so you’ll hear all the details there, but in the meantime I wanted to post a blog post about the food he recommends, which Zaza and I already love.


In this post, you will learn all about how eggs are the beauty of superfoods, but also amazing brain foods. You will also get my 3 favorite ways to eat eggs.

The beauty benefits of eggs:

a superfood for your hair.

That’s right! You can use egg whites on your hair. They are filled with selenium, calcium and potassium to make your hair beautiful and shiny.

help in hair growth.

Eggs are full of biotin which helps hair and nail growth.

nurture your skin.

They are full of fatty acids that help moisturize your skin from the inside out, strengthen cell membranes, and also produce a healthy natural oil barrier.

narrow pores.

The albumin in the egg white can be applied directly to the skin to tighten the pores and remove excess oil.

prevent acne.

They have antibacterial properties that can help aging skin or skin prone to acne.

The lutein in eggs provides hydration and elasticity to the skin, and the accompanying proteins help in tissue regeneration and keep the skin firm. Egg yolks are full of fatty acids that add moisture to the skin, and egg whites include albumin, a simple protein that narrows pores and removes excess oil. { way }

Other benefits of eggs:

increases energy.

The content of vitamin B12 in eggs can increase your energy level.

can help with weight management.

Eggs are full and are also a great source of protein. Protein makes you feel fuller for longer, and can also help you lose weight while full of nutrients.

TSC hot tip: always keep boiled eggs in the refrigerator. It’s so easy to grab them on the way out of the door so you don’t end up at home Entrance and exit going through hungry rage. LOL.

contain choline.

Many of us do not have enough choline, which is crucial for healthy cell membranes and signals our brain. Choline is a neurotransmitter that affects your mood and memory.

reduce the risk of heart disease.

Eggs raise the level of “good” cholesterol, which in turn reduces the risk of heart disease.

great for eye health.

Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants that reduce the incidence of cataracts and macular degeneration. You should know that egg yolks contain the most of these nutrients.

complete protein.

Eggs are a complete protein, meaning they contain all the amino acids you’ve probably heard are “the building blocks of our body”. { way }


Beauty really comes from within, which is why I have dedicated an entire chapter in my new book GET OUT OF THE SUN to shine from the inside out.

Whenever I buy eggs, I try to get them at Farmer Market. I just want the most organic eggs that are raised on pastures and that I can find. All things please.

If you are in Austin, give it a try Pete & Gerry’s eggs. These are free-range eggs, all organic from a small farm, and so good. Zaza loves them.

My favorite way to eat eggs is to make Nanz delicious egg salad. It reminds me of her – we loved cornichon. By the way, Zaza and I like to eat them mixed with vegetables and I always cook them avocado oil or coconut oil for additional fatty acids.

Another way is a Kristin Cavallari stuffed egg sandwich. You will need:

+ 2 pieces of bread

+ 1-2 tablespoons mayonnaise

+ 1/2 avocado

+ 2 thin slices of tomato

+ 2 slices of prosciutto

+ 2 eggs, too light or sunny side

+ coarse sea salt

+ black pepper

+ microgreens

+ hot sauce


Arrange your bread with mayonnaise, avo, tomato, prosciutto, and then a boiled egg. Top with S&P, micro greens and hot sauce. (This recipe makes 2 open-face sandwiches.)

Just to get on the tangent here … I’m obsessed with it Hot Habanero sauce from yellow bird. Eggs in my opinion need only a little spice. All theirs aromas are amazing, but Habanero is my favorite. The ingredients are crazy, it’s a Texas company and it really gives eggs with its feet.

It’s made from organic carrots, lemons and ginger, contains little sugar (1 gram), little carbs (2 grams) and I’m just obsessed. As you can probably tell. It is also good for pizza and pasta.

For Zaza, I also like to incorporate eggs into her green pancakes Weeknight Bite. We add spinach, but here are a few other ideas for toppings from Lindsay.

Basic recipe: 1 banana + 2 eggs (that’s it!)

Additives: spices, nut butter, ground flaxseed, chia seeds, spinach … get creative!


  1. Mash the banana in a bowl and beat the eggs until smooth. Add any add-ons you want. If you want to add spinach, just put everything in a blender and mix.
  2. Warm oil in a pan – I use olive oil, coconut oil, grass-fed butter or avocado oil.

Spoon the dough into the pan. A little tip on how to make pancakes thicker and softer: when the dough starts to shrink, add another tablespoon to the top before turning to make the pancakes a little higher. Then turn over and cook for about a minute on the other side.

Are you an egg lover? If you haven’t, try flaxseed egg in your baking. Kristin Cavallari has recipe for green banana muffins which one uses & I’m just in love with these muffins.

Happy baking.

x, lauryn

+ check why this is the only pan you need in your kitchen.

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