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How do you like your eggs in the morning? Nutritionist, Eve Kalinik, cracks open the golden, feel-good benefits of the humble hen’s egg

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There’s nothing like buttery toast soldiers dipped into a runny yolk, savoured with lip-smacking pleasure. Indeed, eggs – boiled, fried, scrambled, poached or baked – are one of those universally ‘happylooking’ foods, and this is no mistake. In fact, eggs provide many cofactors and amino acids that support our positive, buoyant chemicals – so that cheerful yellow appearance actually does help us feel jolly, too. Aside from that, they also include minerals such as zinc, iron and copper and are one of the few food sources of vitamin D. Plus, they provide an egg-cellent (sorry, I couldn’t resist) source of protein.

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