Egg Nutrition Facts from the American Egg Board

In the past, sometimes eggs have gotten a bad rap.  Most often because of mis-information regarding the real nutritional value of eggs.  Check out the information below from the American Egg Board, and feel great about having an egg for breakfast, lunch, or dinner today!

“WHAT’S IN AN EGG?
For only 70 calories each, eggs are rich in nutrients. They contain, in varying amounts, almost every essential vitamin and mineral needed by humans as well as several other beneficial food components. Egg protein is the standard by which other protein sources are measured. A large egg contains over six grams of protein. A large egg has 4.5 grams of fat, only 7% of the daily value. Only one-third (1.5) grams is saturated fat and 2 grams are mono-unsaturated fat.”

The American Heart Association has amended its guidelines on eggs! There is “no longer a specific recommendation on the number of egg yolks a person may consume in a week.”

Source – American Egg Board
http://www.aeb.org/retailers/egg-nutrition-facts

NEW Welp Hatchery Blog Page

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