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Why it is healthier to produce you own eggs

Why it is healthier to produce you own eggs

Eggs are a great source of vitamins that our bodies require to function well. These vitamins are A, B5, B2, B12, E and D. Vitamin helps keep healthy skin and eye tissue thus a good night vision. Vitamin B12 protects against cardiovascular diseases. Vitamin D makes the bones and teeth strong. Eggs contain antioxidants (Vitamin E) which aid our bodies fight free radicals. Antioxidants also delay aging process and protect against diseases.

If you know how to build a chicken coop, it can be the best investment you can make to provide your family with a healthier lifestyle and earn extra income.

The advantage of raising chickens on your backyard allows you to have full control on the quality of eggs they produced. You have control on what they eat and the mode of raising them. They will eat healthy and better diet and thus you will get eggs with lower cholesterol and higher vitamins. As a result of this, you will enjoy daily fresher, tastier and healthier eggs compared to those in the stores.

Producing your own eggs will spare you a lot of money you would spent on stores buying them. You are shielded from the frequent price fluctuations allowing you to save more money. Moreover, you can sell surplus eggs in the market.

With the constant supply of eggs your loved ones will relish its nutritious health benefits. As you know protein is the main nutrients in eggs. Protein is vital in building and repairing hair, skin, muscles, organs and other tissues. It is also required in the synthesis of antibodies, hormones and enzymes. You must know that protein from eggs is absorbed easily into the body.

Eggs also contain folate element which helps synthesize and maintain new cells and guard against complications in birth if taken at least three months before pregnancy. The humble choline element plays a vital role in brain development.

Extra resources: How to build a chicken coop