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Post Egg Hunt Workout Meal?

April 19th, 2014

163957_10151413855792887_188317299_nMany of us will have countless beautifully dyed (well, some), hard boiled eggs when Easter Sunday is all said and done. Although eggs have gotten a bad rap over the years, don’t be misled, that tiny oval shaped shell packs a dense array of vitamins and minerals. One hard boiled egg contains 6g of protein and only 72 calories. The egg white contains high quality low fat protein while the yolk yields vitamin A, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B-12, iron and vitamin B-6. All eggs are heart healthy, but if you’re looking for the highest quality eggs to hunt this year go for cage-free, these eggs are highest in vitamins and minerals. So reap the benefits of your hard egg hunting work this year and enjoy eating your eggs!

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