Eggs, a great natural source of vitamin D

17th December 2020

Vitamin D is a nutrient essential for bone development, skeletal health, healthy muscles and regulating the immune system, yet it is estimated that 1 in 8 people worldwide have a vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency. As one of the few natural food sources of Vitamin D, eggs can help you reach the recommended daily intake.

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New research continues to support the role of eggs in healthy diets without adverse effects linked to diabetes

18th November 2020

Eggs are widely recognised as one of nature’s most nutritious foods. With 14 important nutrients, eggs contain the majority of the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants required by the body, furthermore new research confirms that eggs can be included in a healthy dietary pattern without adverse effects linked to diabetes, and in some cases, can be linked to beneficial health outcomes.

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Adding an Egg Can Help Malnourished Infants and Children Grow

27th June 2017

Can simply feeding eggs to undernourished children help tackle global malnutrition?

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