The Value of an Egg


Our Farm Fresh Eggs

Many people are under the impression that eggs are a poor food choice if they are watching their cholesterol intake.

Fact is, the value of eggs in moderation is quite beneficial to our overall good health. If your cholesterol intake is limited to 300 mg per day, one egg  can easily be included in your daily menu.

Did you know just one egg provides 10% of the Recommended Daily Allowance of vitamin D? Also, the natural 12% protein in an egg is of the highest qualities found in food any other food. Consider eggs in your weight management program too, lets face it, good nutrition means everything when you’re counting calories, and an egg is only 70 calories!

Don’t believe me? Learn more about the incredible egg and it’s nutritional value at


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8 Responses to The Value of an Egg

  1. I’m based in the UK, here is another article that explains how the recommendations on limiting egg consumption have now been relaxed by all major UK heart and health advisory groups

  2. Littlesundog says:

    We have farm fresh eggs here too! Nothing compares. For those of you who love deviled eggs, I recently purchased, “Deviled Eggs: 50 Recipes From Simple to Sassy”, by Debbie Moose. I have tried 4 recipes and so far, all of them ROCK!

  3. shadowlilies says:

    Eggs are a wonderful food, especially home grown ones…We eat a lot of them here at our house. Here is another great article that shows how beneficial they are…Eggs Offer Many Health Benefits by Kelly Pepper

  4. Rita A. says:

    Good to know. I LOVE eggs.

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