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Is Egg veg or non-veg? – Facts about eggs you must know!



Eggs, Child growth, Children, Young Children, Nutrition, Health News

Scientists have finally given an answer to the long-standing question of whether eggs are vegetarian or non-vegetarian, which might put an end to the debate once and for all.

Well, the answer according to scientists is that eggs are very much vegetarian.

Many people have reasoned that eggs are non-vegetarian since they come from a hen – a living thing.

Egg is popularly considered a non-vegetarian food, but there are several facts that do not entirely support this statement. If we go by the definition that those who eat flesh are non-vegetarians, egg is indeed vegetarian as it has no flesh or life.

Eggs come from chicken, but they are not obtained by killing chicken, like caviar or fish eggs are obtained. Not every product that comes out of animal is non-vegetarian, the best example being milk.

Scientists explain that there are three parts of the egg – eggshell, egg yolk, and egg white. The eggwhites (albumen) only contains protein and the egg yolk is mostly made up of proteins, cholesterol, and fat.

The eggs that we consume on almost a daily basis do not have embryos. This means that the eggs probably have not developed enough to be at the stage where one would be eating an actual animal/bird.



To fight with corona epidimic India sent corona vaccines to Guyana Jamaica and Nicaragua



The second phase of the corona vaccination campaign is underway in India. In order to fight the epidemic, it is helping to send vaccines to other countries. According to the latest information, India has delivered the Corona vaccine in the South American country of Guyana, Jamaica and Nicaragua, located in Center America.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava has given this information. Even before this, Corona vaccines have been sent by India to other countries.  Powerful countries of the world including India are also facing this epidemic. America is among the most infected countries in the world in the grip of this deadly infection.

On the previous day, the Supreme Court questioned the Delhi High Court, questioning the vaccination classification by the central government, that the vaccine is being donated abroad, the sale is being done in other countries but its people are not being vaccinated at full capacity? During this time, the court issued notice to the central government, giving an affidavit till March 9 and directed to explain the reasoning behind the classification in the vaccination campaign. Also, the vaccine companies Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech have been asked to submit their separate affidavits and show their vaccine manufacturing capacity. The court will hold the next hearing in the case on 10 March.

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