Are white eggs different from brown eggs?

Eggshell color depends on the breed of hen. As a general rule, white-shelled eggs are produced by white-feathered hens, while brown-shelled eggs come from hens with brown plumage. There is no nutritional difference between brown and white eggs, unless the hen’s diet has been enriched to produce specialty eggs.

Is it true that eggs are high in cholesterol?

Decades of research have confirmed that dietary cholesterol (the cholesterol found in food) has no effect on blood cholesterol levels and does not increase the risk of heart disease. You can eat eggs daily as part of a varied and balanced diet.

Are there steroids and hormones in eggs?

Canadian eggs do not contain steroids or hormones. Canadian egg farmers follow the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s Feed Regulations, which state that the use of added steroids and hormones is prohibited in Canada.

What is the nutritional value of an egg?

One large egg contains 6 grams of protein and 14 important nutrients, such as vitamins A, D and E, folate, iron, and zinc. Because they contain all 9 essential amino acids, eggs are among the few foods considered to be a complete protein.

Is it better for my health to eat only the egg white?

No, on the contrary; the white of the egg is 90% water and contains only part of the egg’s protein. By eating only the egg white, you are depriving yourself of all the nutrients contained in the yolk: the rest of the egg’s protein, unsaturated fats (including omega-3), vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and more.

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