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EGGS at EASTER? That is for kids only...or not?

But why are eggs such a superfood?


Packed with Carotenoid eggs are a real source of power. Carotinide colours the egg yolk into a yummy yellow and protects the cells, because the nutrient changes into healthy vitamin A upon entering the body.

The body digests almost 100% of chicken protein...therefore no waste is left

The weight loss effect: Believe it or not: one hard boiled egg contains only 60 calories and it keeps you from feeling hungry for 5 hours!

So no, eggs are not only for Easter and our children but for health conscious adults and teens. Don't forget to boil some eggs and take them in your picnic basket!

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