Updated: Aug 16
Our money’s on free-range eggs. And not just for the shell of it — here are some reasons you should give free-range eggs a try. And learn here about why you should eat more eggs... https://www.myketopal.com/post/you-should-be-eating-eggs
Free-range eggs pack a nutritional punch unlike any other food:
6 grams of protein,
70 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids,
high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin (which lower your risk of vision loss like macular degeneration later in life),
healthy doses of Vitamins A, D (more on that in a moment), and E.
They also have plenty of choline to support memory and nerve function.
MORE VITAMIN D
A 2009 study found that pastured free-range eggs tested from farms across the country contained anywhere from three to six times more Vitamin D than conventional supermarket eggs.