Dietary vegans do not eat eggs or dairy. Lacto-ovo vegetarians (or ovo-vegetarians) do eat eggs. In fact, eggs are a major source of protein for vegetarians! Thus, it’s important to know some facts about eggs. Below is a collection of articles that provide information for you.

We have also included a section on substitutes for eggs for those of you who are vegans. If you are eating low-carb vegan, be sure to check for carb content of any given recipes.

There is a short list of other articles about eggs. And, finally, a meme showing what Ellen White said about eggs.

About Eggs

3 Benefits to Eating Fresh Farm Eggs

5 Amazing Health Benefits of Eggs

An egg a day might reduce your risk of heart disease, study says

Article explains difference between pasture-raised and free-range eggs

Eating one egg a day may lower risk of stroke

Egg-Rich Diet Not Harmful in Type 2 Diabetes

Eggs Don’t Cause Heart Attacks — Sugar Does
By Mark Hyman, MD

Eggs: Friend or Foe?

Facts and Myths about Fertile Eggs

Get the Facts on Organic and Free-Range Eggs

Organic egg production

Organic Egg Scorecard

Research reveals: What happens to your body if you eat two eggs a day

Should You Eat Whole Eggs or Only Whites?


Vegan Substitutes for Eggs

7 Vegan Egg Substitutes for Baking
Good information for dietary vegans. But I would not use applesauce, banana, or arrowroot on a low-carb regime.


Aquafaba, the Most Magical Egg Replacement (and How to Use It)

Eggless Egg Salad

The Mysteries of Chickpea Water, a Magical Substitute for Eggs (No, Really)

This is a high-carb recipe using potatoes

Other Egg Topics

Egg Fast Diet Menu Plan (Low Carb & Keto) and FAQs

How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally With Everyday Ingredients

What Does Ellen White Say About Eggs?

From The Haystack

There are three ways you can react when you realize Ellen said both of these things:

  1. Declare her to be a false prophet and reject all of her counsel.
  2. Ignore one of these statements and keep using the other to support your preferred argument.
  3. Realize that she wrote different counsels to different people at different times for different purposes and under different circumstances. Lifting Ellen’s quotes and using them as universal truths just seems irresponsible in this light.

“Many men take the testimonies the Lord has given, and apply them as they suppose they should be applied, picking out a sentence here and there, taking it from its proper connection, and applying it according to their idea.” —Selected Messages, Book 1, p 44

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