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National Egg Month

A celebration that lasts all month long

May has been declared National Egg Month by the American Egg Board. It originated as a campaign to boost the lagging egg sales that inevitably follow Easter – the season with the highest volume of eggs sales.


  1. Eggs are fairly inexpensive
  2. Eggs Make Numerous Meals and dishes
  3. Eggs take only minutes to prepare
  4. Eggs will improve your concentration by helping to create a balanced diet
  5. Egg choline helps stimulate brain function – This translates to brain power!
  6. Eggs just taste good
  7. Egg antioxidents lutein and zexanthin are said to protect eyes from the harmful suns ultraviolet rays, as well as reduce cataract risks and macular eye degeneration primarily related to age-degeneration.
  8. Eggs are quick protein, giving your sytstem a welcome shot of energy, with portions small enough to be filling, and also to help you maintain a healthy weight.  Large eggs only have 1.5 g saturated fat and none (zero) trans fat.
  9. Eggs are a multivitamin containing these 14 elements:  Cholin, Folate, Iron, Lutein, Zexanthin, Niacin, Omego-3 fats, Protein, Riboflavin, Zinc, and Vitamins A, B-12, D, and E.
  10. Eggs are easy to keep fresh.
  11. Eggs give you choices – raw, scrambled, poached, over easy, boiled, . . . .