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Nutritional benefits of eggs: vitamins and minerals in eggs - Egg recipes: Top Ten Eggceptional recipes

7 Foods For Hair Health - #Eggs - The whole entire egg - not just the egg whites are a good source of Vitamin D.

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from Health.com

12 Ways to Get Your Daily Vitamin D

A hard boiled egg but the yoke is still runny? HOW DO I MAKE THIS?!

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7 Guilt-Free Foods You Should Munch

Looking for a guilt-free snack? An egg provides a lot of positive effects packed into just 80 calories. Eggs are rich in protein and the yolk, although containing saturated fat and cholesterol, provides vitamin D and nutrients for vision.

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15 Foods That Are High in Vitamin B12

Eggs: Fill your plate with these vitamin B12-rich foods for a stronger immune system, improved nerve function, and much more. 

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During the Follicular Phase a.k.a. “inner spring,” in our Menstrual Cycle, our bodies are maturing eggs in the ovaries in preparation for ovulation. At this time, it is important to eat foods that are high in vitamins A and C, which will help with healthy egg maturation. Vitamin C helps build cervical fluid, which should increase during your Follicular phase leading up to ovulation, where it is most bountiful. Cervical fluid is necessary for creating ideal environments for...

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Organic Eggs-but don't eat the yolks very often (that is where the fat & cholesterol is...The whites are pure protein). <3

10 Pregnancy Super Foods-Eggs — Hard-boiled, scrambled, or in an omelette, eggs are a powerhouse of protein and are packed with 12 vitamins and minerals, including iron and choline (essential for fetal brain development and reducing the risk of neural tube defects). Extra bonus? An egg is only about 90 calories.Sweet potatoes — With more potassium than a banana and a handful of other nutrients like fiber,...