Is there a difference between brown and white shell eggs?


12:00 PM

Monday 26 October 2020


There is no difference between eggs with white and dark shells, and the two types have the same characteristics, said nutritionist Aitor Sanchez, in an interview with the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia.

The specialist explained that the color of the egg shell is related to a chemical called pigmentum, which is transmitted from chicken to eggs, which in turn depends to a large extent on the breed of birds, according to Russia Today.

In any case, the expert emphasized that the color of the egg shell does not mention anything about its nutritional properties or the way of life of the chicken.

Earlier, a WeChat user talked about eggs, which can do more harm to the body than poison.

According to him, great care should be taken when eating uncooked eggs, which may contain bacteria that cause diarrhea.

In addition, raw eggs contain avidin and antitrypsin, which affect the body’s absorption of egg white. Therefore, eggs must be boiled at a high temperature before eating to kill bacteria.


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