Jumbo eggs contain more selenium, riboflavin and choline than smaller-sized eggs. Jumbo eggs provide a rich source of choline. Getting enough choline supports brain function the nutrient makes up a component of acetylcholine, a brain chemical involved in learning and memory.
Eating jumbo eggs also boosts your vitamin B-2, or riboflavin, intake. Each egg contains 0.29 milligrams of riboflavin -- slightly more than the 0.23 milligrams found in a large egg.
Jumbo eggs can be a good deal when it comes to eggs for breakfast, but if you know you’re going to be dealing with a lot of eggs for baking (especially in egg-heavy recipes), it is often best just to buy the size of egg dictated in the recipe itself (large, if not directly specified).