Good News about Vitamin D and Pasture Eggs

Windmill Front PropertyVitamin D deficient? If you have been informed by your doctor that you are, you’re certainly not alone. Lack of vitamin D is a growing concern, and according to my doctor, Arizonans are especially at high risk, thanks to sun screen and avoiding the sun altogether! There is much to be said about the value of an egg, take a minute and read this article by Tabitha Alterman, and help spread the word…. eggs are good for you!

The Story…

LATEST RESULTS: New test results show that pastured egg producers are kicking the commercial industry’s derriere when it comes to vitamin D! Eggs from hens raised on pasture show 4 to 6 times as much vitamin D as typical supermarket eggs.

Read Article: Eggciting News!!!

The Video…

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4 Responses to Good News about Vitamin D and Pasture Eggs

  1. bulldog says:

    yep that all important vitamin we receive from the sun… great share on the eggs…

  2. A New Path says:

    That is great news. I am going to eat some eggs from my hens today. We’re getting into the no-sun season in the north.

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