Nutritional Differences In Eggs
There will always be squabbling over food issues, so before you latch on to that article that says that organic eggs are no more healthy for you than factory-farmed eggs, or side with the opposite camp (many organic proponents denounced the article), know what the labels mean, and use your common sense.
While there’s no definitive way to be sure of the nutritional content of every egg available to you, an independent study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University, published in the journal Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, found that pastured hens produce more nutritious eggs than factory-farmed eggs. This makes good sense to me.
I will forever urge people to use their common sense first. In an ideal scenario you know the person who sells you the eggs and can ask about how the hens are raised and what they are fed. The Penn State study reported that pastured eggs have three times as much omega-3 fatty acids, twice as much vitamin E, and 40 percent more vitamin A in their yolks than factory-farmed eggs.
Some sources point out that eggs from pastured hens are also free of antibiotic residues and contain no arsenic, which is sometimes added to the feed of factory-farmed chickens to prevent infections and spur growth. Others claim there’s no difference.
Given that what goes into our animals affects what comes out, it stands to reason that chickens feeding in a well-tended pasture, or enclosed chickens fed a diet of organic grain, will produce healthy, nutritious eggs. So, if you don’t know the source of your eggs, pay attention to what the labels mean but don’t worry too much either way, as long as you eat a healthy diet yourself. Even the cheapest of eggs are still nutritious and delicious.
A great alternative to buying eggs is to raise your own chickens, as many people are doing now. The trend is so strong that Williams-Sonoma advertises backyard chicken coops in its catalogs. This is a good option if you like this kind of work.
I have one friend who has an egg intolerance; eating them makes her very uncomfortable. But she loves eggs, so she began raising a variety of hen breeds and found that one, Barred Rocks, produces eggs that don’t make her ill.
The Health Benefits of Eggs
Breakfast does not sound like breakfast, if there is no egg. So many people like eggs because the egg is the main diet for human health. In summer, as well as winter, the egg is very useful for human health.
There are some people who do not like to eat eggs at breakfast. But today we will inform you of the health benefits of eggs after which people who do not eat the eggs will also start eating eggs.
The egg is protein-rich, it contains 8.12-gram protein out of 100-gram egg. The protein-rich breakfast reduces weight. Eating egg in the breakfast does not require anything to eat until afternoon.
The protein in the egg is very important for the development of the human body and is especially important for the growing children.
Anti-oxidants in the egg do not allow cholesterol level to worsen the human body, which reduces the risk of heart diseases. And man remains healthy.
Antioxidants named Lotion and Lichtenstein in the eggs protect the eye’s sight.
Avoid Ageing Earliest
Using daily eggs man does not grow older. The egg reduces the H spots on the skin and black holes around the eyes, which makes your skin tight and attractive.
Useful For Bones
Eggs are also full of vitamin D, eggs contain 20 mg phosphorus and 45 mg calcium, which consolidates bones and teeth.
Increase physical energy
The nutrients are found in the eggs like protein, thyme, Riboflavin, folate, B12, and B6 in the eggs. The nutrients in eggs have a strong body. The body does not sleep, but you feel refreshing.
Nutrients present in eggs named Colleen improves the memory. If the eggs are not eaten, the lack of Colleen causes problems in memory.
Knowing the benefits of the eggs, indeed, the one who does not like the eggs will start eating it from today. Eat nutritious eggs, and keep a healthy life.