1 Dozen Colored Soy Free – GMO Free Eggs in Pulp Carton
- 1 Dozen Eggs
- Case Only (15 Doz. / Case)
- GMO Free
- Soy Free
- Colored Eggs
- Pastured Hens
- Grass – Fed Hens
- Hand – packed Eggs
- Small Local Farms
- Swiss Villa
Why buy soy free eggs? Do eggs have soy in them? Actually, the fact that studies show that when hens are fed soy, the estrogen is carried through the eggs that we consume. The soy health concerns rise rapidly. One studys conclusion states: Isoflavone concentrations in egg yolks, liver and kidneys of laying hens can be successfully increased by supplementing the diet with an isoflavone rich source. . . A soy free diet can result in hen eggs and tissues without any quantifiable levels of isoflavones.
Egg allergies — yes, some folks choose to try eggs from soy-free-fed hens for this reason. Soy proteins transfer into the eggs from the feed. So if you face egg allergies, consider the possibility of soy free eggs from pasture raised hens via Swiss Villa.
Soy lecithin often produces the soy allergies. We find it in many of the processed foods in America today. Surprisingly to many, a good lecithin naturally occurs in egg yolks where no soy has be fed to the chickens. And this lecithin naturally found in egg yolks without soy feeding holds health benefits versus the soy lecithin!
… Read more about the benefits of Soy Free eggs!