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Nutritional Breakdown of Eggs

Eggs contain many vitamins and minerals that are essential parts of a healthy and balanced diet. Below is a list of nutrients that can be found in eggs, along with a brief summary of what they are useful for:

Nutrition Summary
Vitamin A
Maintains the skin, immune system and normal vision.

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) Aids energy metabolism, red blood cells, vision and the nervous system.
Vitamin B12 Aids energy metabolism, red blood cells, the immune system and the nervous system.

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) Aids energy metabolism and mental functioning.
Vitamin D Keeps bones and teeth healthy and aids absorption of calcium.

Vitamin E Keeps the reproductive system, nervous system and muscles healthy.
Biotin Aids energy metabolism, maintains skin, hair and the immune system.
Choline Aids fat metabolism and liver function.

Folic Acid Aids blood formation and tissue growth during pregnancy.
Iodine Aids thyroid gland function, maintains the skin and nervous system.
Iron Assists red blood production and the transportation of oxygen throughout the body.

Lutein and zeaxanthin Maintain normal vision and protect from age-related eye disease.
Phosphorus Maintains bones and teeth and aids energy metabolism.
Protein Needed for building and maintaining muscle, organs, skin and tissue, and producing antibodies, enzymes and hormones.

Selenium Protects cells from oxidative damage, maintains the immune system and aids thyroid gland function.

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