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In today’s news, it is good that
Institute of Food Research scientists believe eggs are healthier now because the new feed also helps the hens to absorb more vitamin D and other nutrients.
Since the 1980s, they have been fed a mixture of wheat, corn, vegetable oil and high-protein formulated feed, rather than meat and bone-meal. A study funded by the UK Department of Health found that the average mid-sized egg now has nearly 25 per cent less saturated fat -” which is linked to heart disease -” than one sold in the 1980s.
The bad news is, today I changed my breakfast from regular 3 boiled eggs to nearly nothing.