Once you check out these incredible benefits of eggs, you’ll want to eat 4 eggs a day too! 

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00 Introduction: Why I eat 4 eggs daily
27 The nutrition in eggs 
2:50 Free-range eggs vs. cage-free eggs vs. pasture-raised eggs
5:48 Egg benefits 
10:45 How do you cook an egg to maximize nutrition? 
11:34 Check out my video on the cholesterol in eggs! 

Today, I’m going to tell you why I eat four eggs a day and why you should do this too. 

The nutrition of an egg is determined by how the chicken is raised and by what it’s fed. I recommend getting organic pasture-raised eggs. Getting your eggs from a farmer’s market is a great idea or even raising your own chickens for eggs. 

It’s important to note that I do not eat eggs for breakfast. I eat them for a late lunch because I fast breakfast. It’s also important to consume the whole egg vs. only egg whites. 

Heating an egg can destroy some of the carotenoids. To maximize the nutrition of the eggs, it’s great to have them poached or over-easy. If you like them scrambled, it’s best to crack them inside of the pan and allow the whites to turn white before scrambling them.

If you’re a small person, you may want to consume one or two eggs a day. If you’re a larger person, you may want to consume three or four. 

Health benefits of eggs:
• Eggs are a great source of protein  
• Eggs contain choline 
• Eggs contain lecithin 
• Eggs have vitamin K2, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin A
• Eggs are rich in omega-3 fatty acids
• Eggs are loaded with B vitamins 
• Eggs have minerals and trace minerals
• Eggs contain carotenoids 

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helped explain the benefits of eggs and why you should start eating more of them.