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How Much Protein Is In eggs? 12.5g

eggs Per 100g
Energy (Calories) 627kJ (151kcal)
Protein 12.5g
Carbohydrate Trace
Sugars 11.2g
Fats -
Saturates -
Fibre -
Sodium 0.14g
Salt equivalent 0.35g
Vitamin B2 -
Vitamin B12 -
Calcium -
Phosphorus -
eggs

Eggs are quite amazing, they are one of the best sources of protein and it is the egg yolk that has it all! The yolk contains 90% of the calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, thiamin B6 and B12.

Eggs include ALL the essential fatty acids and vitamins A D E and K. It is healthier to eat quality eggs, even though more expensive, as chickens that are allowed to roam around and have a more nutritious diet than factory hens will lay more nutritious eggs.