EGGS – SUPER NATURALLY GOOD FOR YOU
Eggs aren’t just delicious, they’re incredibly nutritious and super versatile. Eggs are quick to prepare for breakfast, brunch or lunch, make a deliciously healthy snack and are ideal for larger family dinners and gatherings.
Health organisations around the world are actively encouraging people to eat more eggs to ensure that they benefit from nature’s super natural vitamin pill. The outstanding health benefits and versatility of eggs are now well researched and documented and to have a healthy lifestyle we need a daily diet of protein and plenty of vitamins and nutrients. Eggs are an excellent and very affordable source of high-quality protein, rich in amino acids, calcium, sodium, iodine, selenium, choline and vitamins A, B, D & E.
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