Effects of Eating Eggs on COVID-19 Vaccination
EATING EGGS – Are you wondering if eating eggs before or after the COVID-19 vaccination may have positive or negative effects?
Currently, the COVID-19 vaccination is ongoing in the Philippines. The country is targeting the vaccination of at least 70 million people to achieve population protection. Different brands of vaccines arrived in the country.
Moderna, Sinovac, Janssen, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, and Sputnik V are among the vaccine brands that were donated and procured by the national government. A priority ladder was set in line with the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The healthcare workers who are considered as the frontliners in the fight against the COVID-19 were given priority in the vaccination. Senior citizens and individuals with co-morbidities were also prioritized.
Currently, the vaccination is open to a wider range of recipients. Many essential workers have already been vaccinated and the vaccination is open for adults.
Many people most especially those who have food allergies are wondering about the dos and don’ts before and after the vaccination. Do you have an allergy to egg?
Based on an article in India Times, eating eggs before and after getting your COVID-19 jab is not a good idea if you are allergic to eggs as it may trigger rashes and itching. It may also lead to severe food allergic reactions.
Meanwhile, if you are not allergic to it, eating eggs before and after the vaccination has positive effects. It can boost the body’s immunity and satiety and it contains the protein that the body needs after the vaccination.
According to the article, one large egg contains six (6) grams of protein which is great in giving the body a healthy boost of nutrients to keep the immunity high. For those who are allergic to eggs, it is important to consult a doctor regarding it before getting a jab.
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