On a side note, egss are really a healthy and nutritious food in a diet. They are like seeds. The whole complete substance that will grow into a towering tree or mejastic animal. They have everything that we need as an organism in the most pure form. You can’t get that from anything else.
There’s no female hormones in the eggs. That’s so stupid. IF there’s, the hens should have more of the hormones than the eggs. The hormones are used by the hens to ensure its body systems create healthy eggs in a perfect and suitable environment, not to dissolve in the eggs for no reason, and l don’t think it enters dissolve in the eggs. I’m just a medical grad not a zoologist. Also most of these disintegrate in our digestive tract before they get into the circulation. That’s why we are not what we eat. We consume the chicken so what’s in the chicken to be us.
The discussion is mainly about outside influences on the eggs. Either the handlings after the hatching, or the food and the health of the hens in the farm, the environment of the farm etc.
I myself don’t see difference between organic and non organic in eggs, if any, it maybe not as much unless if somebody can really make a reliable research and show the concrete differences.
But, a rule of thumb, natural food is always more complex, whole and nutritious with less tampering than synthetic or processed ones. As we like to make a really enticing delicacy, sometimes we change the colour, the texture, the smell the taste etc for different reasons. So healthy or not healthy is quite not easy to answer esp with pompous websites exaggerating facts. We need to check the reality of the industry in our time, the company that’s selling it to the public, the agenda behind different researches, it seems a lot of work, while there’s nothing we can exactly point to say it’s not healthy, except all of it looks natural, clean and there’s no toxicity.