Nutrient composition of fresh chicken egg


Nutrient composition of fresh chicken egg

Table
Nutrient composition of fresh chicken egg (per 100 g)*
energy (kcal) water
(g) protein (g) fat
(g) cholesterol (mg) carbohy-
drate (g) vitamin A
(IU) riboflavin (mg) calcium (mg) phosphorus
(mg)
whole egg 149 75.33 12.49 10.02 425 1.22 635 0.508 49 178
yolk 358 48.81 16.76 30.87 1,281 1.78 1,945 0.639 137 488
white 50 87.81 10.52 0 — 1.03 — 0.452 6 13
*100 g is approximately equal to two large whole eggs.
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Composition of Foods, Agriculture Handbook no. 8-1.
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