Eggs and your health

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When it comes to healthy foods, you can’t beat eggs!

Delicious, nutritious and low in calories, free-range eggs are one of the healthiest foods you can buy. They’re low in fat and sugar, high in protein and incredibly nutrient dense, containing a whole range of vitamins and minerals your body needs to stay healthy.

Eggs and your health

In fact, free-range eggs are packed with so many health benefits that experts are calling them the next superfood. They’re good for your eyes, brain and cholesterol levels, and because they help you feel fuller for longer, they can even help you eat less and lose weight.

If you’re eating a healthy, balanced diet, there’s no limit to the number of eggs you can enjoy. In fact, some experts recommend eating at least one a day for the best health benefits. Ready to find out more about eggs and health? Let’s go.

Egg safety

How to store and eat eggs safely

There are lots of myths around eggs and health, so if you’d like some expert advice on how to store eggs safely and check they’re fresh, you’re in the right place. Find out about the fresh egg test, the fridge-or-not debate, eggs and salmonella, and whether eating eggs raw is ever really ok.

Eggs and pregnancy

Safe ways to enjoy eggs when you’re expecting

Looking for the latest advice on eggs and pregnancy? We’ve got it. Free-range eggs are packed with goodness, which is great for growing babies – and mums! So it’s good to know that, if you take a little extra care, you can still eat lots of lovely eggs when you’re pregnant. Find out more.

Egg allergies

How to spot, treat and live with an egg allergy

If you, or someone you know, has an egg allergy – or you think it’s a possibility – you’ll need to know what to look out for and what to do if an allergic reaction happens. We’ve got lots of helpful advice on eggs and allergy to help you and your family stay safe and well.

When can babies eat eggs?

Advice and ideas to help little ones enjoy eggs safely

Can babies eat eggs? Yes! As with everything they eat, you just need to take a little extra care. Find out how to cook eggs for babies and toddlers, more about eggs and health, and why they’re one of the healthiest, most nutritious foods you can put on the table.

Healthy egg recipes

Tasty, healthy ideas for breakfast, lunch or tea

If you’re trying to eat well, eat free-range eggs. They’re a really healthy food that’s low in calories, full of nutrients and easy to make into a tasty meal, morning, noon or night. Even better, because they leave you feeling full for longer, eggs can help you lose weight too. Let’s find some recipes.