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Dentitox Pro - Are organic cage free eggs better?

by sherly sylvia (2021-06-15)

Both types of eggs, organic or industrial, are eggs that contain protein, very necessary for our body, and that are part of the diet of many today because they are a staple food, but each has different characteristics in very important aspects for our health.
Why the organic egg is better than the industrial egg?
In rural life we find what many people call " happy hen " or free-range hen. It is a hen that produces organic eggs. If you've already done your research on organic food, you will know what we mean by this word. If one day you have the opportunity to visit a small town, you will get to know it. A "happy hen" runs happily around the corral of the house, runs away from other animals, and bites and eats fresh food, breathes fresh air and freedom, lives with others in open space, has the opportunity to raise her chicks, and interact with males of the same species.
The other character is the " industrial chicken ", the one that produces industrial egg. It is one whose life has been dedicated to laying in small and reduced cages, it is fed with food designed in the laboratory to make a better egg and in greater quantity. There, she is sad and desolate, sad and condemned with hundreds of them in a confined space, some colleagues die exhausted by heat and stress, she is the producer of the "industrial egg".
Of these two characters, which one would you choose to eat their eggs?
The eggs of the free-range hen are known in the market as "organic eggs" because the care and feeding of the animal is done in natural and open spaces , the laying periods are respected, nature indicates that the hens must lay a single egg a day, at dawn naturally the hen waiting for the sunrise, will begin its work, it will be a splendid egg with all the nutrients and elements that an egg must provide, because nobody is interested in filling it with hormones and controlling sunlight , so that his already worn body lays 6 or 7 eggs. With the components that in the field only gives you to put one.
Also, the free-range hen that lays organic eggs is fed with natural foods, no powder formulations packed with chemicals, antibiotics and hormones , they will eat corn, legumes and chop dirt, what is the difference of this translated into food capacity From the egg ?, Well from heaven to earth, if you have the opportunity to open and cook an organic egg, the first thing you will notice will be that its yellow is more intense, its smell is a pleasant, fresh smell, and it is absolutely more yielding compared to industrial eggs.
Regarding its composition, in the United States a series of studies have been carried out to determine the quality of the organic egg over the industrial quality, the following findings were found in an organic egg:
• 7 times more beta carotene
• 1/3 less cholesterol
• 1/4 less saturated fat
• 2/3 more vitamin A
• 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids
• 3 times more vitamin E
With organic eggs you gain freshness, since organic eggs are laid in natural conditions and large quantities are never produced to accumulate them. An organic egg will never have more than a week of laying, on the other hand, industrial eggs, due to their massive production, can be stored for up to 60 consecutive days, also subtracting the elements that bring freshness to the diet.
And that's just the beginning, by buying organic eggs you collaborate with the sustainable development of the planet, you support the return of respectful animal husbandry, you reduce in your quota the amount of carbon that food industries generate on the planet and you will be enjoying more and probably paying less.
Precocious puberty and other problems in children linked to industrial egg
Conventionally raised animals are fed hormones in order to produce rapid growth. While this reduces a rancher's costs and gives them more animals that they can kill and sell quickly, these hormones may be having a devastating effect on the children who feed on them. When animals are fed hormones, they are also present in their products: meat, eggs and dairy products. This has led many experts to hypothesize that children who consume factory-farm animal protein are taking the hormones that lead to precocious puberty. Cases have been documented where young girls at a very young age begin to develop breasts and their menstruation comes much earlier than normal.
Our recommendation is to buy a natural and organic product produced in a natural environment of clean energy, without anguish or stress of the animal, fresher and more efficient, with more nutrients, the selection is simple, choose organic products.
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