Two eggs will give you nearly one third (for women), or one quarter (for men), of your daily protein requirement.
Vitamin D: Eggs are naturally high in Vitamin D, aka the “sunshine” vitamin, which is important for bone health.
Vitamin A: For healthy immune system, skin and eyes
Vitamin B2 and B12: For energy, health blood, cells and nerves
Vitamin E: A powerful antioxidant to keep cell membranes healthy
Iron: Essential to make red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body
Phosphorous: For energy metabolism and healthy bones
Zinc: For healthy hair and skin
Selenium: An important antioxidant
More than half of the fat found in eggs is either monounsaturated or polyunsaturated. Nutrition guidelines cited by Bord Bia recommend that a healthy individual can have up to seven eggs a week, and those on a cholesterol lowering diet can have four to six eggs a week.
Mobile: 086 169 8691
Landline: 059 91 59177
We deliver our eggs to our customers within four days of lay, so you can experience that all important farm freshness.
Where to Find Us
Monday – Friday, 9am to 1pm
Address: Ballylean, Ballon, Co Carlow