October 2022
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Health Benefits of Organic Eggs


1. Loaded With Vitamins

Eggs contain trace amounts of Calcium, Zinc, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and Vitamin B6. Additionally, they contain a significant amount of other vitamins. The following vitamins are available in a single egg.

  • 6 percent of Vitamin A
  • 5 percent of Folate
  • 9 percent of Vitamin B2
  • 7 percent of Vitamin B5
  • 9 percent of Vitamin B12
  • 9 percent of Phosphorus
  • 22 percent of Selenium

2. Good For the Heart

Eggs contain a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids that are beneficial to heart health. Omega-3s help manage triglycerides and to also lower cholesterol. High or low triglycerides levels contribute to the onset of heart disease.

Eggs contain low-density lipoproteins (LDL) cholesterol, which is known as the “bad” kind of cholesterol. However, there are different kinds of LDL cholesterol related to their particle size. The smaller the particle size, the denser the particle. Smaller LDL particle sizes are linked to a higher rate of heart disease than large particle LDLs because they group together and create dense blockages in the circulatory system. Eggs contain the “good” LDL cholesterol, the kind associated with the larger particles.

3. Aid in Weight Management

Meals higher in protein have been proven to keep you feeling full for a longer period of time than other food choices. One egg offers six grams of protein, which promotes more muscle mass and stronger bones, making them a great addition to any athlete’s plate.

4. Good on the Eyes

Eggs contain two different kind of oxygenated cartenoids called lutein and zeaxanthin that are vital to maintaining optimum eye health and functionality. These vitamins are active antioxidants that take residence around the retina. The concentration of these cartenoids is higher in the eyes than anywhere else in the body. These cartenoids are what helps your eyes to filter out ultraviolet and high-energy blue light spectrums that can cause serious damage to your vision and cause diseases such as glaucoma. The high amount of vitamin A in eggs is also attributed to maintaining eye health.

5. Promote Healthy Skin

As you read above, eggs contain the vitamins lutein and zeaxanthin that are both contributed to skin and eye health. Just like how they work to filter out blue spectrum light for our eyes, they do the same thing for our skin. These cartenoid vitamins help to prevent negative effects caused by exposure to the sun and UV light.

6. Feeds the Brain and Liver Functions

Eggs are rich in the macronutrient, choline which our bodies need to promote healthy liver function. These macronutrients also contribute to healthy brain development. Choline has been shown to help with depression and memory problems as well as improve cognitive function when taken in proper doses. Choline helps to build up cell membranes that aid in sending cues to the brain. When choline levels drop, your liver can suffer from fatty liver disease. Low choline levels also correlate with different types of cancer.