Eggs can benefit those with protein deficiency, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, hair loss, skin issues, maintaining a healthy PMS & pregnancy, and more.
I love eggs. Eggs are nutritionally packed and known as the perfect food when sourced from the right location. Nutrients in eggs are enhanced by the way the chicken is raised. Pasture raised chickens, ones who get to forage for most of their nutritional intake create a yolk bold in an orange color (the darker the more nutritious). Compare it to a cage-free egg anytime and see the difference.
Nutrients from eggs come from the yolk. We have been trained to remove the yolk and eat the whites! I say if you remove anything, remove the whites- but it’s best to eat the whole egg to receive the full nutritional spectrum. Egg yolks should be lightly cooked with egg whites fully done- this makes sure you receive full nutrition from the egg yolk- the whites when not fully cooked can cancel out some of nutrients from the yolk.
Eggs are full of Vitamin B2 (energy), B12 (creates red blood cells), A (manages good vision) & E (fights cancer causing free-radicals) and also contains minerals like zinc, potassium, and iron. Eggs are also a great source of protein, they help balance good and bad cholesterol, they help prevent so many diseases, and they maintain liver and mental health and so. much. more.
*One dozen brown eggs with yolks as yellow as the sun! You can feel confident your eggs are from hens that have free access to fresh grass and savory bugs 100% of the time.
Source: Breezy Meadows Farm, Delphi, IN & Homestead Heritage, Kokomo, IN
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