As patients with RA typically have issues with maintaining their nutrition levels, it's important to promote a balanced diet with moderate sources of protein. Eggs, regardless of whether they are scrambled, boiled, poached, or cooked in a different way, are a wonderful source of protein. However, Angelone suggests that eggs may be too difficult for someone with active RA symptoms to crack open. If this is the case, you should consider buying eggs that have been prepared in a carton. Likewise, you can ask someone else to crack open a few eggs for you and then store them in the fridge in an airtight, easy-pour container. If you would like to increase your nutrition level in the form of a veggie omelet, you may also be able to find veggies that have been already cut and then frozen. You may also want to check the egg section of your local grocery store for eggs that have been enhanced with omega-3.