Written By: Maxwell Fayans
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I wanted to point out the difference in color between the two yolks below. The eggs on the left has 200mg of Omega 3’s which I purchased at Trader Joe’s for $2.99 and the one on the right is one of the cheaper eggs I could find at Trader Joe’s called Sauder’s Eggs. I am unsure of the amount of Omega 3’s in this egg (they do not advertise it) but I believe it is 70mg or less. You can see that the egg with higher Omega 3’s has a much darker and richer orange tone whereas the egg on the left is a bright yellow shiny color. It was nice to see that it does make a difference in the type of egg you buy.
So Why This Darker Egg? The reason is higher Omega 3 Fatty Acids which helps to keep inflammation low in the body. These fats help in building the nervous system and reducing your fat tissue. The goal is to find eggs with higher Omega 3’s.
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