E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered Apr 17, 2019
Boiled eggs are usually made without butter or oil which generally makes them healthier than other types of egg dishes such as scrambled and fried eggs. A boiled egg with also have fewer calories, less fat, and less saturated fat than an equivalent serving of fried eggs or scrambled eggs.
Boiled eggs also contain abundant quantities of vitamin B12, which is important for the blood, and vitamin A, which is important for the health of the eyes, bones, and teeth. Boiled eggs do contain high cholesterol though experts say that as long as a person is healthy, he or she can eat a boiled egg without significantly increasing their cholesterol. One boiled egg a day is considered healthy for an adult and will not have any effect on cholesterol.
Additionally, boiled eggs also contain the other nutrients and vitamins and minerals associated with eggs such as zinc, vitamin E, and folate which is important for childbirth.