Eggs are now classed as a superfood with many health benefits with both the white and the yolk are rich in nutrients, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Eggs are a good source of inexpensive high–quality protein.
Eggs are rich in several nutrients that promote heart health such as betaine and choline. Eggs are also a useful source of vitamin D which helps protect bones preventing osteoporosis.
They are filling and when enjoyed for breakfast may help with weight management as part of a weight loss programme has the high protein content helps us to feel fuller for longer.
But most of all Eggs are a Tasty versatile inexpensive food when you have eggs in your fridge you can make a quick and easy meal. A few recipes are shown below.
If your eggs reach their best before date before you have used them don’t worry they are then perfect for hard boiling as you will always struggle to get the shell of fresh eggs that have been hard-boiled.