Health Benefits of Free Range Eggs

Eggs are Nutrient Rich

  • 40% of your daily vitamin D requirements.
  • 25% of your daily folate requirements.
  • 12% of your daily riboflavin (Vitamin B2) requirements.
  • 20% of your daily selenium requirements.
  • Eggs also contain vitamins A, E, B5, B12, as well as iron, iodine and phosphorus.

Free-range eggs contain up to a third less cholesterol than conventional supermarket eggs. A standard egg contains an average of 423 milligrams of cholesterol, while free-range eggs contain an average of 277 milligrams. If cholesterol is a concern for you, free-range eggs are a smart choice.

With only 72 calories in a single free-range egg, you can fill up with a hearty, healthy scramble at breakfast without wrecking your MyFitnessPal numbers before you leave for work.

And you’ll stay full until lunch, thanks to the one-two punch of protein and healthy fats that eggs offer.

Can you say that about your bowl of cereal?

Most free-range eggs will have more deeply coloured yolks because they’re laid by hens on a varied, nutrient-rich diet.

Now, imagine those gorgeous golden yolks spilling out as you dig into that plate of home cooked fry next Sunday morning.