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Which Egg Do You Think Came From Healthy Chicken?

Eggs are one of the best sources of protein, vitamins, and minerals we can consume, and they have impressive health credentials. They are a superfood, being high in vitamin A, folate, phosphorus, vitamin B5, B12, B2, selenium, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B6, calcium, and zinc.

While there are lots of different types of eggs available, chicken eggs are most commonly raised. Yet, some of the other more gourmet alternatives include quail, goose, and duck eggs.

However, do you know to tell the difference between a healthy, all-natural chicken egg, and an unhealthy one, from a hen raised in poor conditions in a factory?

One of the things that can indicate the quality of the egg is the color of its yolk.

Here are some important tips that will help you:

1. Egg With Dark Orange Yolk   iiiiii

A dark orange yolk usually signifies that the egg is extremely healthy, and most likely to be originating from a chicken farm, where chickens get all of their day light, instead of being stored in big dark rooms with no windows. The farm animals are also given the liberty to consume crickets, grasshoppers, insects, ticks and spiders, which is why their yolks are rich in nutrition.

2. Egg With Yellow Yolk    iiiiii

This egg has been bought from a big supermarket. These are eggs who come from factory chickens. Chickens raised in big factories live in nightmare conditions. There is no sunlight, there is no enough space, there is lots and lots of filth and they are only fed grains. Also, these chickens have been hatched from incubators, which is not an all natural process.

3. Egg With Light Orange Yolk  iiiiii

The egg with the light orange yolk has been brought from the local groceries. These chickens usually come from large chicken farms, whose conditions are not as terrible as the ones in the big factories but are still not suitable for chickens. The basic rule is that the more chickens a farm produces, the lower their quality is. The main difference why this yolk is not as healthy as number 1 is because these chickens are not fed any protein. Their diet usually consists of only grains.

Not only are eggs that come from local farms much fresher, but the conditions under which the chickens are raised, are far better. These chickens are much healthier and the color of the yolks of their eggs signify this. If you’ve never tasted them, it’s well worth going out of your way to do so.

So for the healthiest egg in the image is number 1!

Not only are eggs that come from local farms much fresher, but the conditions under which the chickens are raised, are far better. These chickens are much healthier and the color of the yolks of their eggs signify this. If you’ve never tasted them, it’s well worth going out of your way to do so. 

The following video will be of great help as well:

Pass this important information on and thanks for reading!

Sources: www.healthline.com, mysticalraven.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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