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** Eggs Really ARE Incredible! **

*Egg Nutrition and Cooking*

By Laura Dolson, About.com Guide

Updated April 30, 2013

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Consider the egg. Its purpose is to bring new life into the world and to
nourish that life until it reaches the point where it can survive on its
own. No wonder eggs are one of the most nutrient-rich foods available to
us. The egg is a symbol of spring and new life partly because of the
nourishment it provides. But it is also because during the winter, chickens
do not naturally lay many eggs. The return of the light brings the return
of eggs.

-Eggs Are Loaded with Nutrients-

Eggs have lots of vitamins. They are rich in the B vitamin family, and also
contribute vitamins A and D. In particular, egg yolks are one of the
greatest sources of riboflavin, B12, and choline, which may well not only
help developing brains in utero, but protect us from age-related memory
loss. In the mineral department, eggs are especially rich in selenium. Eggs
are also abundant in lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoids which protect our
eyes from macular degeneration, among other benefits. And the lutein in
eggs seems to be better absorbed than when it comes from vegetable sources.
Almost all these nutrients are in the yolk


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