After Seeing Why She Bakes Just Her Eggshells In The Oven, Iíll Never Throw Mine Away Ever Again!

When you are thinking of tips for healthy living, you might not think about eggshells. Usually, when people use eggs for recipes they crack the shells open and then throw away or compost the egg shells. But you will want to take a look at this short video tutorial and photo tutorial on some tips for healthy living and useful tips for life. Did you know that egg shells are about 90 percent calcium? That means that they are good for your bones, teeth and muscles. Eggs are a great source of protein, iron, calcium and vitamin A. They can be used in a wide variety of food recipes and are a popular ingredient used in breakfast recipes. Because of the high protein content in eggs, the United States Department of Agriculture categorizes eggs as Meats within the Food Guide Pyramid. You can prepare eggs in a wide variety of breakfast recipes ideas, recipes, poached egg recipes, sunny side up eggs, omelet recipes and more. This simple life hack will teach you how to use the whole egg including the shells for a useful tip for healthy living.

This simple life hack and tips for healthy living will have you using up the egg shells to be used as a source of calcium. Before using the eggshells for the calcium, you will have to properly clean them which will require you to boil the shells in water for at least ten minutes. Instead of boiling the egg shells you can choose to bake them in the oven for at least ten to 15 minutes. You will want to take a look at the short video tutorial that will teach you the step by step process for using the eggshells.

When it comes to purchasing your eggs for recipes and to use in this simple life hack tip for healthy living, it is always a good idea to try and purchase eggs that come from happy chickens. What this essentially means is that when possible it is a good idea to buy free range or cage free eggs. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) requires that when eggs are labeled as free range that the producers of the eggs be able to demonstrate that the chickens have access to the outdoors. This does not always mean that the hen has a lot of time outdoors, but it is a step in the right direction. Many egg producers that label their eggs as cage-free in addition to, or instead of, free-range have better quality of life. Whenever you are buying eggs, you will have several options to choose from to include cage-free eggs, organic free range, eggs from caged hens and more. When it comes to the chickens being certified organic, the farms in which the chickens are raised must follow a strict set of guidelines and be inspected annually by a third-party certification body to ensure that those standards are met. The standards that these organic farms must follow include that the birds and chickens are organically raised no later than two days after they hatch. The chicken must be fed certified organic feed for their whole lives. The organic feed fed to the chickens cannot contain any antibiotics or animal by-products, or genetically engineered grains. The chickens that are being raised organically also cannot be grown using any chemical fertilizers or persistent pesticides.

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