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(Chicken Egg / Eggs Whole raw)

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Dairy Products / Eggs

Egg Calories and Quick Look At Nutrition Facts

Calories in Egg151Cal 100g
91 Cal 60g(1 large egg)
Diet Friendliness
Appetite Satisfaction
Nutritional Value
Noteworthy NutrientsSelenium,Biotin
Eggs are one food that you can never miss on any dining that just in the Japanese diet. The calories in one chicken egg is said to be around 91 calories, which is relatively high.

They are a good source of protein and high in fat, but because of the amount of saturated fatty acid contains in eggs eating too much may cause an increase in cholesterol levels. So if you are on a diet or just want to eat right, eating too much eggs is not the way to go.

To avoid unnecessary food poisoning it is important to pay attention to the expiration date of chicken eggs. It is not a good idea to eat chicken eggs out of expiration date raw. However, that doesn't mean that you can't eat expired eggs. Cook eggs before eating is the safest way to prevent food poisoning.

On method that is use when eggs are close to expiration is beating eggs in a bowl and storing away in for freezing. This may seem like the way to go but unfortunately this won't stop bacteria growth from ruining your eggs.

Cooked meals that use eggs:

Omelet / Eggs on rice / Egg drop soup / Sandwich



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Additional Facts for Egg

Diet Friendliness
Appetite Satisfaction
Nutritional Value
Water Content75 (%)
Refuse0 (%)
Weight Change Rate100 (%)

Nutrition facts for Egg (1 large egg 60g)

Nutrition info displayed such as percent meal value and PFC balance scales are based on a 1800 calorie diet for women between ages 18 and 29 years old weighing around 112 pounds and daily nutritional requirements.

【Calories and Macronutrient Composition】

(Percent Meal Value)

Energy91 Cal536~751Cal
Protein7.74g (30.96 Cal)15~34g
Fat6g (54 Cal)13~20g
Carbohydrate0.18g (0.72 Cal)75~105g

【PFC Balance】

The calories in Egg per 60g(1 large egg) is 91 calories. Egg is calculated to be 151Cal per 100 grams making 80Cal equivalent to 52.98g with 7.74g of mostly protein、6g of fat、0.18g of carbohydrates in 60g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Selenium and Biotin.

Vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and sodium content for 60g (1 large egg) of Egg


(Percent Meal Value)

Vitamin A Retinol Equivalent84μg221μgRE
Vitamin D1.08μg1.8μg
Vitamin E Alpha Tocopherol0.6mg2.2mg
Vitamin K7.2μg17μg
Vitamin B10.04mg0.32mg
Vitamin B20.24mg0.36mg
Vitamin B60.04mg0.35mg
Vitamin B120.54μg0.8μg
Pantothenic Acid0.81mg1.5mg


(Percent Meal Value)



(Percent Meal Value)

Sodium Chloride Equivalent0.18g~2.5g

Fatty acid composition in 60g (1 large egg) of Egg

【Fatty Acids】

(Percent Meal Value)

Saturated Fatty Acids1.62g3g~4.7g
Monounsaturated Fatty Acids2.13g~6.2g
Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids0.98g3g~8.3g
Total Fatty Acids4.73g
N3 Polyunsaturated0.1g
N6 Polyunsaturated0.88g
Oleic Acid2040mg
Linoleic Acid780mg

(Percent Meal Value)

Alpha Linolenic Acid25.2mg
Icosadienoic Acid9.6mg
DGLA (Dihomo-γ-linolenic acid)9mg
Arachidonic Acid84mg
Docosatetraenoic Acid4.8mg
Docosapentaenoic Acid N34.8mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid72mg

Amino acid composition in 60g (1 large egg) of Egg

Amino acids found in Egg are either to low to display a value or unknown

*Note that do to rounding some nutrient values are shown as not contained in some cases.

*Calculated assuming a 1800 calorie diet of a normal women age 18 to 29 around 112 pounds weight.

*The exact vitamin and mineral content may depend on the method of cooking preparation, transportation method, and processed used for long term storage, collectively.

*Calculated calorie results may vary within a margin of several calories.

12 ways to Burn 91Cal

Egg:Aerobic exercise duration required to burn 91 calories per 60g (1 large egg)

  • Walking34min
  • Jogging21min
  • Cycling / Biking / Spinning13min
  • Jumping Rope11min
  • Stretching41min
  • Climbing Steps12min
  • Vacuuming30min
  • Cleaning Bath Tub27min
  • Water Walking26min
  • Swimming13min
  • Aerobics16min
  • Boxercising17min

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