Nutritional Value & Recipes

Our commitment to your nutrition

At Maxies, we care about the health of consumers and strive to provide the best - in quality, nutrients and in the choice of selecting from a range of products to suit your preferences. Over the years, we have remained true to this commitment with a number of resources to produce safe, wholesome and quality products for our customers. 

The Golden Yolk Egg

Our reputation is built on this meticulous food production technique, which has enabled us to produce an exclusive range of Maxies's Golden Yolk Egg. The Golden Yolk Egg is perhaps the one of first of its kind in the Sri Lankan industry, with a combination of supplementations for healthier results.

The Golden Yolk Egg is a value-added product, enhanced by organic selenium, carotene oil and natural pigments. The hens at each of our farms are fed a strictly-vegetarian diet with generous amounts of feed that never contain any animal by-products or synthetic york colour ingredients. As the feed is enriched with organic supplements, Golden Yolk Eggs is one of the most nutrient dense foods, containing proteins and amino acids essential to health. In addition, this product is anti-aging and helps to improve thyroid functions.

Selenium found in our Golden Yolk Eggs is a trace element that has been proven to fight cancer. Selenium is also thought to help other degenerative diseases, including inflammatory diseases, cardiovascular disease, neurological diseases and infections. Selenium is an antioxidant and has positive affect on the activity of vitamins C and E in their ability to fight cancer-promoting free radicals.

Chicken Nutrition

As most of us know, chicken is rich in proteins. A staple in almost everyone's diet, chicken is full of nutrients and carries fewer of the unhealthy qualities that other meats have. Essential to your body's needs, some of the other nutrients found in chicken are Phosphorous, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B3, Selenium and Potassium.

Vitamin B6 found in chicken helps the carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism in your body. In addition, it helps the production of red blood cells and strengthens the immune system. Chicken provides almost 36% of the total daily requirement of vitamin B6 and 72% of the total daily requirement of vitamin B3, which is required for metabolism of food, i.e, releasing energy from food and proper functioning of the digestive system, skin and nerves.

Selenium in chicken provides almost 40% of your daily requirement of this nutrient, and contains antioxidant property that can protect you from the damage caused by the harmful free radicals. It also boosts the immune system and ensures normal functioning of thyroid gland.

Chicken also provides a sufficient amount of Phosphorus, which is very essential for the formation as well as maintenance of teeth and bones, protein synthesis and growth as also, the repair and maintenance of muscle tissues. Phosphorus in chicken can meet almost 36% of daily requirement. Combined with vitamin B6, Phosphorus can facilitate the functions of kidney and nervous system.

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