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Pasture-raised eggs are one of the richest sources of bioactive nutrients

2/21/2015 - Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. A whole egg contains all the nutrients required to turn a single cell into a baby chicken. Pasture-raised eggs are one of the richest sources of bioactive nutrients that enhance hormone function, reduce inflammation, improve fat-burning, and enhance...

Prices for electricity, meats and eggs reach record highs

1/31/2015 - Corporate-run media likes to make government bureaucrats appear divided, color-coded red and blue, put into republican and democrat boxing matches, but at their roots, nearly all politicians are the same, corrupted by their positions of power and the pressure of corporate money. Once in office, nearly...

Myth exposed: Do eggs really cause high cholesterol?

3/1/2014 - For years mainstream medicine and public health organizations have put eggs on the black list for those with high cholesterol. This view flooded the market with a series of "egg substitutes" and led to the birth of the "egg white only" movement. This movement was founded on the assumption that foods...

Research: Eggs are a great source of protein, minerals and carotenoids

2/20/2014 - The second half of the 20th century was not kind to eggs. The 1950s in particular were a time when eggs were demonized due to their high fat content, which pioneering nutritionists -- notably Ancel Keys, developer of the notorious "lipid hypothesis" -- believed would raise cholesterol and contribute...

Searching for a good egg: Which type is best - Organic, free-range, pastured or cage-free?

1/29/2014 - If you eat eggs, the variety you choose can make a big difference in nutrition. Conventional, organic, free-range or pastured? Terminology can be confusing or downright misleading. Mother Earth News decided to cut through the hearsay by testing pastured eggs to see if they lived up to their reputation...

Bill Gates GMO Zombie Eggs

11/21/2013 - Are you eating fake eggs made in a laboratory? Who knew? This is like some mutated organism plasma-like "goo" from the movie "Alien." Who in their right mind would dare eat it? Well, lots of people who don't know that they're eating it, that's who. When will it be substituted and remain as such without...

FDA targets free-range, pastured poultry and eggs with ridiculous new draft guidance pushing for all chickens to be raised indoors

9/10/2013 - America's small farmers are once again under attack, this time by a new draft guidance issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that threatens to eliminate truly free-range and pastured poultry and eggs. Entitled "Questions and Answers Regarding the Final Rule, Prevention of Salmonella...

Study that sought to disparage health of eggs was authored by scientists with financial ties to Big Pharma

9/4/2012 - Do you remember recent reports about a supposedly unbiased scientific study that concluded that eggs, in actuality, are not good for you? If your so-called "BS meter" suddenly pegged, you had good reason to be skeptical. Turns out the scientists who conducted the study have ties to Big Pharma. First,...

Eggs offer many health benefits

1/3/2012 - Perhaps you've skipped this breakfast gem for fear of raising your cholesterol. Free yourself from that misconception and indulge in the treasure that a good ol' egg has to offer. Three eggs per day over a 12-week period for obese participants on a carbohydrate restricted diet actually lowered the bad...

Denmark taxes avocados, butter, eggs, nuts, chocolate and coconut oil

10/13/2011 - Citizens of Denmark who don't count saturated fat grams can count on an increase in their grocery bill this fall. In early October, Denmark officials placed a tax on foods which contain saturated fat. The new tax charges the equivalent of $1.29 per pound on all foods which contain 2.3 percent or more...

Study on how eggs prevent cancer shows vast healing power of foods

8/2/2011 - It is well known that eggs contain a powerful amount of protein and essential lipids, but new research has found that they also contain antioxidant properties that are known to prevent cardiovascular disease as well as cancer. Researchers from the University of Alberta determined that egg yolks in their...

Antioxidants in eggs help prevent cardiovascular disease, cancer

7/11/2011 - Most NaturalNews readers are probably already aware that many fruits, vegetables, and beans are antioxidant powerhouses. But did you know that eggs are also loaded with these amazing nutrients? A new study published in the journal Food Chemistry reveals that a single raw egg, and its yolk in particular,...

Egg carton claims not all they're cracked up to be, suggests report

6/6/2011 - Are the supposed "humanely-raised" eggs you buy from the grocery store really "natural" and "free-range"? What about the all-too-common claim made that eggs come from "cage-free" chickens? And what do all these terms actually mean in practical, legal terms? In a new study, Sheila Rodriguez from the...

Provide a safer, healthier Easter with homemade egg dyes and other healthy tips

3/20/2011 - Coloring boiled eggs has been a longtime Easter tradition. So has including plenty of milk chocolate and other sugar-laden candies. However, many of the food dyes commonly found on grocers shelves are synthesized from petroleum derivatives and even coal tar. This year, provide a healthier Easter for...

Three ways to enjoy the miracle food of eggs (Opinion)

3/12/2011 - Contrary to the stubborn myth, eating eggs decreases heart disease risk rather than increases it. Yolks in particular are high in choline, an important nutrient for reducing the inflammation that leads to heart disease, Alzheimer's, diabetes, and osteoporosis. Unfortunately, Iowa State University researchers...

Eggs - Consume this natural protein source (Opinion)

2/24/2011 - The past 20 years have unfortunately seen eggs getting a bad rap for contributing to high cholesterol levels in people. But after scientists at the Harvard School of Public Health decided to do extensive research and follow the diet of 117 000 nurses over an eight to 14 year period, they discovered...

Salmonella has been contaminating millions of eggs every year for decades

9/15/2010 - Experts are at a loss for why Salmonella enterica, the strain implicated in the recent egg recall, has continued to infect millions of eggs every year for at least the past 35 years. Much evidence seems to suggest, however, that salmonella runs rampant throughout conventional poultry products because...

'Grade A' on eggs doesn't mean what you think it means

9/2/2010 - The "Grade A" seal on supermarket egg cartons means that the eggs inside are safe and of the highest quality, right? According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shield of approval is actually little more than a marketing ploy with no guarantee of safety. Contrary...

How to avoid salmonella contaminated eggs

9/1/2010 - In response to the massive egg recall, some mainstream news outlets have begun addressing the real cause of food contamination: inhumane and unsanitary food production methods. A recent MSNBC article explains that organically-grown eggs from chickens who live and feed in natural pastures are healthier...

FDA exploits salmonella eggs recall to pursue food sterilization agenda

8/23/2010 - It's always amusing to see how quickly consumers can be worked up into a false fear frenzy by health authorities. We saw it last year with the overhyped H1N1 swine flu scare which was fanned into a flaming fear fest by WHO advisors on the take from vaccine manufacturers. Now we're getting a new round...

Zinc necessary for eggs to develop into healthy embryos

8/11/2010 - Researchers from Northwestern University near Chicago have been researching what makes certain human eggs turn into healthy embryos when other eggs do not. Based on findings thus far, high levels of zinc seem to be the deciding factor that spurs an egg to full and healthy development. "Zinc helps...

Women: Before getting pregnant, check out your man's diet

8/3/2010 - The day will soon come that informed women will refuse to date, marry or have children with men who follow poor nutritional habits. "You eat junk foods? Put your pants back on and get out!" You see, scientific evidence is mounting on the relationship between food choice and genetic integrity. Men...

Myth Busted: Eating Eggs Has Virtually No Effect on Cholesterol Levels

4/4/2009 - Eating eggs does not significantly raise the body's cholesterol levels, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Surrey and published in the Nutrition Bulletin of the British Heart Foundation. The researchers reviewed the results of several different studies on eggs...

Eggs are the Answer, Not the Enemy

3/10/2009 - For years we've been listening to top health experts advising us to eliminate eggs from our diet. At the very most, they say, eat only three eggs a week. Any more would simply wreak havoc on your cholesterol levels. And of course all of this is starkly animated in television commercials showing regular...

Be Informed about Common Poultry Products

2/7/2009 - Chickens on regular farms are treated inhumanely. Hens are confined to very small spaces and are subjected to high-intensity artificial light to simulate daylight hours. This increases egg production. These laying hens are also fed many different hormones and antibiotics to increase their production...

The Health Benefits of Raw Eggs - A Life Building Food

2/7/2008 - Raw fats from organic vegetables and healthy animals are an ideal way for many to build up health and vitality. Raw, unheated, uncooked organic eggs from a clean source are an excellent health tonic. Regularly consuming raw eggs will benefit your health as the raw egg yolk and white helps your body...

Lutein, zeaxanthin in eggs could help prevent macular degeneration

9/27/2006 - Two new studies published in the October issue of Journal of Nutrition have found that eating an egg a day can raise levels of lutein and zeaxanthin in the blood, which can reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is the leading cause of blindness in people older than 50, and...

Eggs Aren't the Dietary Demons They're Cracked Up to Be (press release)

8/30/2006 - Common misconceptions keep many people, especially those worried about heart disease, from eating eggs. The July issue of the Harvard Heart Letter unscrambles the dietary facts and myths about the egg. Fact: Eggs are a good source of nutrients. One egg contains 6 grams of protein and some healthful...

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