How Many Calories, Fat, Carbs & Protein in: an Egg

How Many Calories, Fat, Carbs & Protein in: an Egg

August 9, 2019 10 By William Morgan


How many calories, fat, carbs and protein
in an egg.
Eggs are one of the healthiest foods in the
world and contain all the building blocks
of life.
They are well known as a high source of protein,
but how much exactly does one egg contain?
Let’s take a look
1 Large Egg (50g) contains:
78 Calories
6g of Protein
5g of Fat
0.6g of Carbohydrate
It is important to purchase organic pasture
raised eggs.
This means that the hens which lay the eggs
are fed healthy foods and grown in a natural
environment.
These eggs are tastier, healthier and full
of nutrients such as Vitamin A, D, K2, B6
and B12.
We recommend replacing morning cereals with
boiled eggs for breakfast.
These keep you full throughout the day and
help to balance blood sugar levels.
Eggs are one the purest and most natural forms
of protein which help the body to construct
blood, bones, cartilage, skin and muscles.
They also contain a carotenoid called lutein
which helps to improve eyesight and prevent
macular degeneration with age.
One whole egg also has 22 percent of the recommended
daily intake of selenium.
This nutrient has anti-aging properties and
strengthens the immune system

Other Uses for Eggs
You can use whipped egg whites to make skin
tightening face mask.
Natural skin doctors use these to tighten
the pores and cleanse the skin.
We love making omelettes loaded with spring
onions, grass fed cheese and other vegetables
for a healthy protein packed meal.
You can boil them, fry them, poach them, cook
them in the microwave and use them in all
kinds of recipes.
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remedies, please see our other videos.
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