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Not all eggs are equal
Even though eggs from barn systems, free range and organic farms look the same, they contain different nutrients. Only when the hen can stay outdoors and follow its natural behavior Omega 3 fats and folic acid are being produced.
The following nutrients can be found in a free range egg:
From protein our body creates anti stress hormones that become the best remedy against stress.
Omega 3 fatty acids
They are indispensable for our brain, the nervous system and the metabolism. Free range eggs contain significantly higher amounts of this fatty acid.
Vitamin A is important for the eyesight and at the same time it strengthens the immune system and fosters the development of new cells.
Improves blood circulation, protects from infarct and slows the aging process down.
This Vitamin is used by our body to absorb calcium and phosphorus. Together with those two it plays a fundamental role to keep in teeth and bones in a good condition.
This nutrient is key for the brain activity and helps to build membranes for cells and nerve tissue.
An egg covers about 15% of our daily needs of protein and also supplies amino acids.
It is important for developing nerve tissue in embryos and the brain.
This mineral strengthens the immune system, enhances brain performance and helps to fight colds and the flu.