Eggs are definitely one of the most nutritious food that can help you improve your overall health. They are packed with proteins, minerals, 18 vitamins, and other nutrients. Eggs provide great health benefits and you can consume it from hens, ducks, geese, and quails. You can find it in different size and flavors.
Most of the people consume eggs for breakfast and they can be prepared in different ways. In fact they can be easily prepared and they are very healthy and rich with nutrients.
Because of their great nutritional value people tend to buy larger amounts of this remedy and store it in the fridge. Others decide to store the eggs at room temperature.
These habits have raised debate whether eggs should be stored in the fridge or not. People have different opinions in regards to this debate even though the majority keeps the eggs in the fridge. The number of people that store them at room temperature is very low compared to the others.
People that decide to store the eggs at room temperature risk to be infected by bacteria called salmonella. The Journal of Food Protection has found that salmonella can be successfully and easily inserted in eggs by using in-vitro, compared to eggs that have been stored in fridge. According to the National Public Radio eggs shouldn’t be kept in fridge because in the US the eggs have been protected and regulated by laws and regulations which guarantee that they are free of bacteria.
For instance, in Europe most of the chickens are vaccinated against this bacterium which guarantees that it cannot develop in the egg. The FDA vaccines are definitely efficient component of the program for prevention of Salmonella. Marianne Gravely from the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspiration Services report that eggs shouldn’t be kept at room temperature longer than two hours because you cannot know whether the shell is pathogen or not.
The bacteria that can develop in the egg doesn’t change the smell or the taste of the egg, which makes it hard to determine whether it has developed or not. The same goes for the chicken because no one can tell whether it is infected or not. The decision is definitely on you in regards to the storing of eggs. Our suggestion is always to try and prevent the health problem rather than deal with it.