I know that you can boost Omega 3 in eggs with special feed or adding flaxseed to their diet. I'm in need of a high protein diet. Details / background of my health challenges are in my profile. Does anyone know of a way to safely increase the protein in eggs? Avg. large egg has 6 grams of protein. Prior to cancer - I was 205 lbs of relatively in shape muscle. While sick, I dropped to 160 lbs. Following treatment and surgeries, and now remission - I'm back to 200 lbs. But I've lost a ton of muscle mass, and lets just say the weight is distributed a bit differently! I've started physical therapy and had a dietitian consult. They want me on a 3000 calorie/day diet, 40% protein, 35% carb and 25% fat - in combination with PT / training. At 4 calories per gram of protein, that mean 300 gram of protein daily, which is a huge struggle without protein shakes, which I would prefer not to use for more than 50 grams or so. I also cannot eat anything high in iron (red meat.) So I'm wondering if I can boost the protein content of the eggs my chickens lay. I haven't been able to find anything about it on google searches. Hoping someone in this community may have an answer or idea. Thanks all!