on October 28, 2013
at 04:21 PM
For most people, the answer is yes. Like @samc mentioned, there is a lot of nutrient density in eggs (especially the yolk), and if you can select eggs that come from pastured chickens who are not fed GMO or soy feed supplements, that is the ultimate win. That being said, some people do have an autoimmune response to eggs.
If in doubt, there's no harm in removing them for some time (21-30 days) and then reintroducing and taking notice to your body's reaction.
on October 25, 2013
at 04:17 AM
Eggs are filled with life giving substances. In the case of chickens, everything they need is inside that shell to give them life (almost everything to be accurate). And no they are not dairy as in milk although sold in the dairy section of a grocery. Nothing more delicious than a pastured egg fried in butter, I like curry powder infused into it as it is cooking.