Teo Seng: why so many people eat eggs?

Teo Seng’s last 4 quarterly EPS 7.37, 5.76. 2.34 & -0/18 sen. Total for 4 quarters is 15.29sen. Last closing price Rm 1.21, P/E 7.9. Moreover, the company is the biggest egg producer in Malaysia.

Lay Hong’s last 4 quarterly EPS 1.81, 0.57, – 1.70 & 0.34. Total for 4 quarters is 1.08 sen. Last closing price 43.5 sen, P/E 40

Based on my golden rule for share selection, I bought quite a lot of Teo Seng shares because the company has reported 3 consecutive quarters of increasing profit.  So, I wanted to know why so many people eat eggs. From my Google search, I found the following article which I would like to share with you.  

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At 116, the world’s oldest living person loves eating eggs every day

By A. Pawlowski

One year after a New York supercentenarian revealed she ate bacon every day, the Italian woman who succeeded her as the world’s oldest living person is opening up about her love of eggs — a daily part of her diet for Born in 1899, Emma Morano will turn 117 next month.

“I eat two eggs a day, and that’s it. And cookies. But I do not eat much because I have no teeth,” she told AFP news agency.

Emma Morano is the oldest living person in the world, and the only one left who has lived in three centuries.

The egg routine started with a health crisis when Morano was 20. Suffering from anaemia, she consulted a doctor who told her to eat three eggs a day: two raw and one cooked, the agency reported. She’s kept that diet for more than 90 years, which would amount to consuming more than 100,000 eggs.

“Emma has always eaten very few vegetables, very little fruit. When I met her, she ate three eggs per day, two raw in the morning and then an omelette at noon, and chicken at dinner,” her current doctor, Carlo Bava, told AFP.


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