Eggland’s Best Cage Free Brown Eggs claim to be America’s superior tasting eggs. Researchers have said eating one or two eggs a day can help you lose weight.
Nowadays, you can find a lot of different eggs in the grocery store. Some claim to be from vegetarian fed hens. Some are cage free, others are organic.
Is it worth it to buy organic eggs? Are cage free eggs better for you? It’s worth it to me to spend a little extra money because I eat eggs every day as part of my T-Type/Thyroid Type Body Type diet plan. I sometimes eat the eggs with grapefruit juice and Jones gluten free turkey links.
Here’s what I can tell you about Eggland’s Best Cage Free Brown Eggs from my review. I also tried 4 Grain Cage Free eggs and a cheap generic white egg to see if they tasted the same.
No. 1: The Eggland Cage Free brown egg has 25 percent less saturated fat compared to regular eggs, according to the package. These eggs are definitely good for you.
No. 2: Eggland Cage Free eggs come from vegetarian fed hens. They don’t use antibiotics or hormones.
No. 3: The hens are allowed to roam in a natural environment. If you believe that the stress experienced by an animal affects meat or eggs; then, you should be getting a happier egg.
No. 4: 1 egg contains 70 calories, 4 grams of fat, 65 mg sodium, 6 grams of protein, 1 gram of saturated fat and a lot of various vitamins and minerals. It’s got 10 percent of your Vitamin A, 2 percent calcium, 25 percent Vitamin E, 15 percent Riboflavin, 10 percent Folate, 4 percent iron, 4 percent Vitamin B-6 and 20 percent Vitamin B-12. Double those figure if you have two eggs as I do.
No. 5: For people who wonder if eggs are good for you, the Eggland Cage free eggs contain 115 mg of Omega 3 fatty acids. They also contain 200 mcg Lutein. Of course, some people are allergic to eggs or have other reasons they don’t eat eggs.
Eggland brown eggs have been awarded the American Masters of Taste Gold superior taste award.
Warning: Always keep eggs refrigerated, and always, always, always check the expiration date. Don’t keep you eggs in the refrigerator for months on end! Throw them out if they reach the expiration date.
As far as taste, I can tell the difference between the regular white egg and the higher quality brown eggs. I’ve also tried the higher quality (organic/cage free) white eggs and they seem to be equal to the brown ones. The taste is just fresher. For the most part, eggs taste pretty much the same-but the nutrition matters as does the way the hens are treated.
Eggs may help you lose weight by filling you up at breakfast so you don’t eat a lot the rest of the day.
I give the Eggland Cage free brown eggs a five out of five for taste and five out of five for health. For many people, eggs are an important source of many nutrients and may help you lose weight!
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Source: Eggland package