Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Are Cage Free Eggs Healthier than Regular Ones? - Health and Medicine 6

Regular and cage free eggs

I like the taste and flavor of cage free eggs than regular ones. Some people said the cage free eggs is the healthiest eggs, the other said no (nutritional) differences of two. It is required that all groceries in the USA must sell cage free eggs by 2025.

A cage free hen is not mean that hens are roaming in the grass field or a huge place. However, the hens are much more better live in the huge cage, hence, hens have good live than confined ones.

White or regular eggs packed

Advantages of cage free hens are following:
1) Consume organic feed
2) No antibiotics
3) No or less exposure to pesticides

In addition, cage free hens lives in housing system are able to stretch their wings, run around and lay eggs in the nest. But, they might not access to outdoor. 


Cage free eggs packed

In term of price, sure, cage free eggs much more expensive than confined hen’s eggs. The price could be double or more. I found US$ 1.26 for 12 regular eggs, while 12 cage free eggs are US$ 2.96.

Have you tried cage free eggs? What do you think?

30 comments:

  1. For Me, Cage Free, Bug Eating Chickens Are Much Healthier. Have A Fantastic Rest Of The Work Week.

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  2. We eat cage free eggs and like them. They taste good so I rather pay a higher price. Have a wonderful day!

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  3. I have been buying only bio cage free eggs for a long time. Here in EU the bestest eggs are number 0 and are expensive indeed, but I think it is worthy. Sometimes I buy also number 1, also cage free but not bio. Those bio eggs, and even number 1 eggs are smaller and the yellow colour after boiling has another shadow. It must be the hens are feeding in another way :-)

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  4. I buy both regular and cage free eggs but cage free eggs are much tastier and also more expensive.

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  5. I buy eggs from hens that live in the open air and I find they taste better, the yolk is more creamy and tastier. I live in a rural region and such eggs are not difficult to find. I also like the idea of happy hens running freely in the grass. A funny thing : in France, we find coloured eggs only and it is always a surprise for us to see white eggs as the ones in your second picture.

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  7. I only buy cage free eggs.
    Have a nice weekend

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  8. I buy cage free eggs. Great post!

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  10. I used to buy regular old eggs, then switched to Eggland's Best because they're better for your cholesterol. Who knows? Maybe cage-free is next!

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  11. Estupenda entrada! Espero verte pronto por mi blog! 🤗🤗🤗

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  12. anche io compro uova di galline libere senza gabbia!!
    buona settimana

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  15. I don't eat eggs much. If I buy a dozen eggs, I usually have to throw away half in three months because I didn't eat them yet. I've tried both and tastewise, I can't tell any difference. It's better for the hens to have a more space though.

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