Thursday, September 24, 2015

Healthy Goodness with Magnolia Brown Eggs

Brown Eggs

More egg, more fun!

        Next to More rice, more fun, this is the motto that my wife and my daughter lives in. Rain can’t get enough of eggs. That’s her default food. She can even eat it alone, without rice. She took after her mom who loves eggs as well. When we’re at a restaurant, she always goes for something with egg. And when we’re at a ramen place especially, she would order extra aji tamago.

        Anyway, we’ve been told before that consuming too much eggs are bad because of the cholesterol. Eggs actually carry good cholesterol. And this gives us peace of mind whenever we prepare Rain her favorite meal.

        But since we’re consuming a lot of eggs in our household, we might as well take it to the next level. As parents, we have to exert extra effort in making sure we feed our family a healthier choice. (Bacon exempted, of course).

That being said, did you know that brown eggs are actually tastier than white eggs?

Magnolia Brown eggs

        Let’s talk about the amazing benefits of eggs in general. According to some research, eggs have a lot of Omega-3 fatty acids. This is good because Omega-3 fatty acids is good for the health of your heart. Studies have shown that men who consume Omega-3 fatty acids have 50% lower risk of dying from a sudden cardiac arrest. It also normalizes and regulates cholesterol triglyceride levels.

        And my favorite party, Omega-3 fatty acids is awesome for your brain! I read here  that school children who had low levels of DHA, an Omega-3 fatty acid, had poorer reading and memory skils. And they also had behavioral problems. So children who has good omega-3 intake as infants had higher scores in learning, vocabulary, and intelligent testing from ages 3-5 years old. (I’m so glar Rain loves eggs!) These and a lot lot more are benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids. Check this link to learn how Omgea-3 fatty acids can help with mental and behavioral health, as well as help save lives of children with Short Bowel Syndrome.

Magnolia Brown eggs

        And of course, eggs have a lot of protein, vitamins, and minerals to give you a good boost for the day! It’s a perfect breakfast food because the high-quality protein makes it very filling and really hits the spot in satisfying your appetite. 

        I’m so glad that scientists/nutritionists finally debunked the previous popular belief that consuming more than 2 eggs per week causes a big increase in cholesterol levels. While eggs do pack a lot of cholesterol, it has very minimal effect human blood’s cholesterol. In fact, people need cholesterol to build cell membranes, digest fats and make hormones.

        Magnolia Brown Eggs are made by happy hens because they are not caged. They happily live and roam around a barn-type farm, happily mingling around with their chicken friends. Because they are stress-free, they lay eggs with thicker shells. Eggs with thicker shells are better because they have less chances of getting bacterial contamination. 

fried brown egg

And if you notice, the egg yolk has a bright yellow-orange yolk which gives its richer taste.

fried brown egg

Isn’t it beautiful?!? Healthy, beautiful, and delicious!

benefits of eggs

Rain certainly seems to like it! Pure egg goodness!

egg for breakfast

Yep! Magnolia Brown Eggs are approved by our little Rain!

Magnolia Brown Eggs

Celebrate Healthy Goodness with Magnolia Brown Eggs! Only the best for our family!

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