The difference between white and red eggs

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Eggs are one of the most important foods that the human body needs, and eggs vary from one bird to another, as most poultry that lay eggs, we can eat their eggs such as ostrich eggs, pigeon eggs, geese, and ducks, but chicken eggs are the most commonly used.

There are different types and colors of chicken eggs, including eggs with two yolks, municipal eggs, agricultural eggs, organic eggs, and certainly what we see in the market.

There are several colors of common chicken eggs, including red (or light brown) and white. Merchants use the term “communal eggs” for the red egg, but the farmer who owns a coop of chickens notices that his municipal chickens do not lay eggs of this color.Both are produced by the same farm, but the color of the eggs varies depending on the hen.

In a clearer sense, the difference between white and red eggs lies in the chicken itself and not in the nutritional value, both of which give the person benefits in an equal amount, which is reducing the risk of heart disease, improving liver activity, maintaining the integrity of the bladder and kidneys, and helping to activate memory.

Many people think that brown eggs are better because they are more expensive than white, but this is not the case at all. This rise in the price of brown eggs is due to the size of the chicken that lays it, as the red hen is larger than the white and therefore consumes more food, and therefore the price of brown eggs is more expensive than the white.

There is no difference between the structure or shell of brown eggs and white eggs, and some believe that the shell of brown eggs is tougher than white, but the difference lies in that the young hen lays eggs with a somewhat harder structure.

As for the color of the yolk, the feed has an effect on the yolk being darker in color than others, and this difference is due especially to the fact that the hen eats a lot of corn, so the yolk of her egg is more yellow.

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