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New Bacon & Egg Cheesy Bundles recipe…

New Bacon & Egg Cheesy Bundles recipe…

Watch how easy and simple this yummy recipe is! Perfect for breakfast, lunch, picnics and gatherings… and Super Naturally Good for lunch boxes too! Make plenty and freeze them, then you can defrost them in your lunchbox container, ready for lunch time. You can also reheat if you prefer… For the full recipe click here

The everyday super food

The everyday super food

Humans have been eating eggs for thousands of years and today they’re widely regarded as one of the best natural whole foods available. But as with any food, there are conflicting opinions; people may believe they need to limit their consumption of eggs or that they’re bad for your cholesterol etc. HOW MANY EGGS SHOULD …

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A new statement agreed by nutritional experts and the Ministry of Health clears up all the confusion around one of New Zealand’s favourite foods.

Are eggs good for us

After decades of communicating the need to limit eggs, it has now become evident that eggs have had a very unfair report card; the Ministry of Health’s latest Eating and Activity Guidelines1 reflect more recent developments in scientific understanding and the new statement helps clarify the guidelines when it comes to eggs. The new statement, agreed …

A new statement agreed by nutritional experts and the Ministry of Health clears up all the confusion around one of New Zealand’s favourite foods. Read More »

As ‘nature’s multivitamin’ Dr Carrie Ruxton of Scotland says eggs should be prescribed for everything from diabetes to memory loss.

As ‘nature’s multivitamin’ Dr Carrie Ruxton of Scotland says eggs should be prescribed for everything from diabetes to memory loss.

We know that eggs are one of natures best power foods, packed full of many essential vitamins and minerals. A new research review has highlighted yet again that the perception of cholesterol is outdated and reinforces that eggs contain high-quality protein and fatty acids and several key nutrients including vitamin D, B vitamins, selenium, iodine …

As ‘nature’s multivitamin’ Dr Carrie Ruxton of Scotland says eggs should be prescribed for everything from diabetes to memory loss. Read More »

The NZ Heart Foundation relaxes its restriction of eggs.

NZ Heart Foundation

The NZ Heart Foundation announced it is relaxing its recommended limit on eggs for people at increased risk of heart disease.  Recent evidence suggests the previous restriction of three eggs per week is not necessary. Since the Heart Foundation’s original position paper on eggs was published in 1999, more research has been carried out and …

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