Nutritional Information2019-09-04T09:57:10+02:00

A COMPACT & COMPLETE PROTEIN

Baked, boiled, poached, fried or scrambled, eggs are a powerhouse of high-quality, proteins and nutrients. Eggs are also a great source of the many vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats we need for good health.

A COMPACT & COMPLETE PROTEIN

Baked, boiled, poached, fried or scrambled, eggs are a powerhouse of high-quality, proteins and nutrients. Eggs are also a great source of the many vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats we need for good health.

 

BODY BUILDER

Eggs are a complete protein containing the nine essential amino acids that are vital to your body’s health. These amino acids supply your body with energy to function and helps repair bone tissue.  

VITAMIN PACKED

Eggs are naturally rich in vitamin A, D, E, B2 and B12. Nutritionally, eating an egg is like taking a multivitamin. 

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT

A large egg contains 14 essential nutrients, one of them being protein, which may help you lose weight by controlling the rate at which your body absorbs calories.

NUTRITIONAL FAQS

Does eating eggs boost concentration?2019-08-26T13:15:23+02:00

Starting the day with a healthy breakfast that includes eggs gives you and your family a nutritious start to the day. This is because nearly all the essential nutrients your body needs can be found in an egg.

Can eggs really help me lose weight?2019-08-26T13:11:26+02:00

Eggs have great nutritional value for those trying to lose or maintain weight. Eggs are low in calories and can make you feel fuller, preventing you from eating more calories throughout the day. When managing your weight, choose foods that provide the maximum amount of nutrition for the least amount of calories.

How are eggs beneficial to my eyesight?2019-08-26T13:15:06+02:00

Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants found in egg yolks and are believed to help protect eyes against damage from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation. Research has shown that these antioxidants may be very important in reducing the risk of age-related macular degeneration (the leading cause of blindness in people over 65 years of age) as well as reducing the risk of cataracts.

Which part of the egg is healthier, the egg white or the yolk?2019-08-26T13:15:35+02:00

A large egg contains 6 grams of the highest quality protein found in any food. Protein is found in both the egg white and the yolk; just over half is in the white and the remainder is found in the yolk. Eat the whole egg to benefit from its full energy potential