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Transcript of Eggs
high in protein
No cholesterol in the white part of the egg
a good source of vitamin A, D & B12
Heme iron, which is the most simple kind of iron for your body to digest Eggs are considered to be a superfood because they prevent blood from clotting, protect eye sight vision, helps reduce obesity, great source of protein, provides a good boost in energy and so much more.
Other than eggs, almost all superfoods are found to be high in antioxidants and help increase a reverse in signs of aging.
Vitamin A can be found in eggs because originally before the egg is laid. The hen munches on carotenes, which are fat-soluble pigments found in plants, that are later on passed down into the eggs. Since eggs have such great amounts of antioxidants in them, they can even help stimulate against age-related macular degeneration and that will help reduce the chances the leading causes of blindness. Although turkey and eggs don't belong in the same category, they do share something in common. Both are an excellent resource for proteins. Work Cited
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