How many calories in an Egg? 

The calories in an egg average at around 63 calories, but  will vary depending on the size and how it is prepared,  

  • Small egg (38 grams): 54 calories
  • Medium egg (44 grams): 63 calories
  • Large egg (50 grams): 72 calories

Eggs are incredibly nutritious and provide a wide range of essential nutrients. They are an excellent source of high-quality protein, which is important for building and repairing tissues in the body. In addition to protein, eggs contain a host of vitamins and minerals that contribute to overall health.

The nutrient found in eggs is vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin. This vitamin plays a vital role in energy metabolism and supports the normal functioning of the nervous system. Another important vitamin found in eggs is vitamin B12, which helps with the production of red blood cells and the maintenance of nerve cells. Eggs are also one of the few natural sources of vitamin D, which is crucial for bone health and immune function.

In addition to vitamins, eggs provide various minerals that support bodily functions. Selenium is an essential trace element present in eggs that acts as an antioxidant and supports thyroid function. Iodine is another mineral found in eggs, important for proper thyroid function and ensuring healthy growth and development. Furthermore, eggs contain phosphorus, a mineral that plays a key role in bone health as well as supporting kidney function.

If you need help tracking your calories you have to download our app (included in all aftercare packages). If you need to work out how many calories to consume each day, view our calorie calculator here.

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