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There is ample nutrition in one little egg. It is often said that eggs contain the perfect protein as they provide all the essential amino acids required for building and repairing body tissues. Avoiding the yolk has been a part of fad diets and low cholesterol diets for years. But skipping the yolks means you give up half the protein available in this little power pack. As with most foods, eggs can be enjoyed in moderation. Two eggs are considered a serving of Meat and Alternatives in Canada’s Food Guide.
Try this butternut squash, spinach and feta frittata featuring eggs:
Recipe: Butternut Squash, Spinach and Feta Frittata
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