Eggs, one of the most frequently consumed foods for Breakfast, a long time scientists is a matter of dispute. Whether they are healthy or it's a trap with high cholesterol? The answer depends on what the hen eats.
Dr. Niva Shapira of tel Aviv University health believes that all eggs may not be the same. Her studies show that when the chickens food with low content of omega-6 fatty acids from a very early age (more wheat, barley, sorghum and less soy, corn and sunflower seeds, corn oils), eggs, cause less oxidative cell damage that contributes to the preservation of human health. Eggs, with a high content of omega-6 fatty acids, cholesterol, enhance the formation of dangerous plaque in our arteries.
But healthy eggs, probably more expensive, the price varies from region to region, and in many areas, feed containing products with a high content of omega-6 fatty acids, such as corn, soybeans, and oil, much cheaper for producers of eggs.
The research without harm to health should have from 2 to 4 eggs from the grocery store a week instead of 2 eggs per day.Surprisingly, useful eggs you can eat in 2 times more.
The disadvantage is that these eggs are not widely manufactured. While consumers can only buy what is offered at the grocery store. Production, farmers must consider the health of the consumer, not only about profit. They need support from the local authorities, as the cost of such eggs is much higher.
The need to increase awareness of the consumer. This will help to expand access to higher quality food.It is known that in Europe, corn and soybean are used less frequently in the feed, while in North America, these two ingredients often make up a large part of the diet of the hen.