Eggland’s Best: Still The Best Value In Protein

July 31, 2015

Eggland’s Best: Still The Best Value In Protein

New data has been released on the average retail cost of high-quality protein foods.  Those foods include reduced-fat milk, chicken breast, ground beef (90% lean), pork chops and beef round roast.  Based on average cost, serving size, and protein per serving, eggs rank at the top of the list with the lowest average cost per serving!*

An egg provides 13% of the protein our bodies need on a daily basis. But, when you eat an Eggland’s Best egg, you’re getting a protein-packed food that has 25% less saturated fat, 10 times more vitamin E, 4 times more vitamin D, more than double the omega-3 and is just 60 calories. Plus, Eggland’s Best eggs are fresher, and stay fresher longer than ordinary eggs. 

Protein is an essential nutrient for our bodies for many reasons:  it is the major structural component of all cells in our bodies, especially our muscles; it is needed to grow body tissue and repair body cells as they wear out; and it is needed to form blood cells.
 
*Source: American Egg Board

 

 
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