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Eggs Eggcellent Food

Delicious Eggs Any Time of Day

Delicious Eggs Any Time of Day

Whether scrambled, poached, sunny-side up or stirred into omelettes and quiches, eggs make a great meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Read on to find out the health benefits of this versatile and tasty ingredient!


Protein Powerhouse

Eggs are as nutritious as they are tasty. One large egg has only 71 calories but it's packed with protein and contains numerous vitamins and minerals such as vitamins A, D, B12, folic acid and phosphorus. According to research, healthy adults can eat 1 egg a day without increasing the risk of heart disease.

What are Omega-3 Eggs?

These eggs are very similar to conventional eggs but contain more omega-3 polyunsaturated fat and Vitamin E, since the hens are fed linseed-enriched meal. Omega-3 fatty acids are known to reduce blood cholesterol levels, the risk of Alzheimer’s and help maintain eye function.

Check for Freshness

Here’s an easy way to check if an egg is fresh: drop it into a tall glass of water. If it drops to the bottom, it’s fresh. If it bobs back up, it’s no longer fresh. Store eggs in their original container to keep them at their best and protect them from other food odours.



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