The most notable nutrients in eggs include immune-enhancing Vitamin A and bone-building Vitamin D, plus the well-absorbed form of iron (heme, compared to non-heme which is less well-absorbed). Eggs now contain 41 IU of vitamin D, which is an increase of 64 percent from 2002. Eggs are one of the few foods that are naturally a good source (or greater than 10 percent of your daily recommended goal) of vitamin D.
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