Eggs are considered one of the best protein sources available.

Eggs are low in fat (only 9% fat).

Eggs are high in long chain omega 3 fatty acids—helps brain function and vision.

Eggs contain many vitamins and nutrients we need such as Vitamins A, B2, B5, B12, D, E, folic acid, biotin, choline, iodine, iron, phosphorus, and selenium.

Eggs are great for producing energy. They contain high levels of vitamins and minerals that are needed to produce energy in all cells of the body.

Lowers heart disease

Although eggs contain Dietary cholesterol, they are low in saturated fat. Eggs have now been found to have no affect on blood cholesterol levels.

Eggs keep you full for longer. This means if eaten for breakfast, you are less likely to succumb to a mid-morning snack or have a big lunch.