posted by admin on Apr 9

Eggs should come from healthy, naturally fed, free-running (free-range) poultry, if at all possible. When eaten raw, they are more wholesome than any other way. However, since it is quite possible that eggs contain hazardous bacteria, great care should be taken in choosing one’s supplier. Sick chickens usually carry these bacteria and can transmit them through their eggs. Duck eggs are known as carriers of the paratyphoid bacillus, although the birds themselves may appear to be quite healthy. For this reason, be especially careful with duck eggs.

Raw egg stimulates the flow of bile. Healthy eggs can be beaten raw into soup before serving, or mixed with honey or some other natural sugar and eaten in this way. Eggs are also rich in protein, especially the yolk, although most people make the mistake of assuming that the protein is found chiefly in the egg white.


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