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Powered by Eggs

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Powered by Eggs

Powered by Eggs

An egg is raw potential, ready to be cracked open.
Ready to be transformed. Ready to transform you.
13 different vitamins and nutrients*, including 12.7g of proteins,
and hundreds of recipe ideas that can help power you, to a happier, healthier life.

Eggs can help power thousands of different ambitions;
from running marathons to maintaining mental health.
An egg can be eggsactly what you need it to be.
Be humble, like the egg, but be proud of your achievements. 

As you scramble through life, let every meal make a difference.
The only limit with an egg is your imagination and your ambition.

So unlock your full potential,
Live your life POWERED BY eggs.

*in an average serve of two eggs

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Health Benefits

From head to toe, Australian Eggs are embarking on a journey to show you how to live your best life #PoweredByEggs. We'll be drawing from research and expert knowledge to demonstrate how holistic health outcomes are positively impacted by the inclusion of eggs in your diet.

From providing vitamin D for immunity and bone health, to having a post-workout meal that fuels muscle recovery - we want Australians to know that eating eggs is an important part of living a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Current Focus: Vitamin D

What is it and why is it important?

Almost a quarter (23%) of Australian adults have a mild or moderate vitamin D deficiency. In the cooler months, these deficiency levels rise to as high as 40%. Studies have clearly shown that adequate intake of vitamin D is essential for bone development, skeletal health, healthy muscles and teeth and regulating the immune system. With an average serving of two eggs providing 82% of your daily recommended intake of vitamin D, eggs contain some of the highest quantities of vitamin D of any food.

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Recipes High in Vitamin D

We've put together a selection of recipes high in vitamin D which you can enjoy for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Explore a 7-Day High Vitamin D Meal Plan

Download Vitamin D Recipe Book

Unlock exclusive content to better understand the benefits of vitamin D and cook delicious meals high in this essential vitamin.

Dr. Joanna McMillan Vitamin D Food Sources and Impacts

Dr. Joanna McMillan is a PhD qualified Nutrition Scientist, Accredited Practicing Dietitian and one of Australia’s favourite and most trusted health & wellbeing experts. She hosted Gut Revolution on ABC’s Catalyst and appears regularly on TV, radio, online and print publications. She is the founder of Get Lean – an online lifestyle change program and she is an accomplished author of 8 books including her very popular “Brain Food”, the feel good family food plan.

Want to see what an egg farm looks like? Take this interactive 360 degree tour to see how eggs are produced in Australia.

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