Frequent use of antibiotics will affect the quality of eggs to a certain extent. Antibiotics are not effectively degraded in animals, eventually resulting in frequent detection of antibiotic residues in eggs put on the market.
1. Eggs are rich in proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals needed by the human body such as iron, calcium, and potassium. Protein is a high-quality protein that can repair liver tissue damage;
2. Rich in DHA
, lecithin, and yolk, which is beneficial to the development of the nervous system and the body, can strengthen the brain, improve memory, and promote liver cell regeneration;
3. Eggs contain more vitamin B and other trace elements, which can decompose and oxidize carcinogens in the human body and have anti-cancer effects.