Number of Calories an Egg | Scrambled, Hard-boiled, Fried, Omelette etc

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Egg has been enjoyed by humans for many centuries. There is an archaeological evidence for the consumption of egg during back to the Neolithic age. From the records of India the fowl domesticated were in 3200 B.C. while in China and Egypt laying egg hens were in human computation around 1400 B.C. The Roman found egg laying hen in England, Gyle and Germans. After the second voyage of Columbus in 1493, North Americans found the first domesticated fowl.

How Many Calories are in an Egg

Egg are commonly used diet and food around the world. Its using as a main dish or as an ingredient of many other dishes. It’s a main dish of Austrian and Croatian cuisines. It is regarded as a symbol of fertility and accompany yam in many dishes in Africa. Checkout the Egg Recipes.

Egg has been called as nature’s best food because it’s designed to support a life like to bring a chicken into the world. It takes 24 to 26 hours to a hen to produce an egg.

Egg is a fantastic food because high quality of nutrients and proteins are packed in it. It’s enriched with many important vitamins like Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin D and iron.

Egg is an easy affordable way of attaining high quality of Nutrients. It is especially a good source of nutrition for young, sick and old people. About forty years back the coronary heart disease and cholesterol in blood relationship was came into everybody’s knowledge. It’s because of high amount of cholesterol levels in it. The assumption was that eating of high amount of cholesterol content food leads directly to heart disease. The elevated blood cholesterol leads to heart diseases but it’s not directly linked with the dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol. Many others aspects of diet which influence to blood cholesterol to a diet cholesterol principal among them are the amount saturated fat in diet and the type and the fiber in diet.

IMPORTANCE OF CHOLESTEROL IN HUMAN BODY:

As we already heard a lot on cholesterol that its effect on human body but how much important is it will definitely increase your knowledge.

  • Cholesterol throughout provide aid to body for its growth and maintenance of brain and nerve and cells of membrane.
  • Cholesterol strengthen and strong repairs and help to maintain their fluidity.
  • Cholesterol is essential for the formation of the bile salt (A dark green to yellowish fluid that produced by the liver of the vertebrates that aids the digestion of lipids in the small intestine) crucial for the fat digestion.
  • Cholesterol helps in manufacturing of several hormones including the reproductive and adrenal.
  • Cholesterol is a raw material for the production of vitamin D.

CALORIES IN AN EGG:

People who are always concerned about diet nutrition in food, are also very conscious about calories in them. The studies shows that the dietary cholesterol found in egg yolk has a very little effect on people blood’s cholesterol levels saturated need to be concerned about. Egg also include an element which is known as LECITHIN, it helps to dissolve cholesterol and other fats.

Calories in egg vary upon the size of the egg and how an egg is prepared.

A WHOLE FRESH AND RAW EGG CALORIES CHART ACCORDING TO DIFFERENT SIZES:

 
Size Oz. Calories
 Small  5  54
 Medium  6  63
 Large  8  72
Extra large  2  41

IN 1 oz.  There are 41 calories while in In 10 grams there are 14 calories.

A WHOLE COOKED AND SCRAMBLED EGG:

One of the most favorite way to eat egg is scrambled egg lets see how many calories it contains. A Whole serving of scrambled egg contains 80 calories. A Whole 1.8 oz.  Egg cooked with one cooked tablespoon nonfat milk.

A WHOLE COOKED AND HARD BOILED EGG:

Cooked and Hard Boiled Egg
Egg Oz. Calories
 Cooked Hard Boil Egg  1.8  78
 Hard Boiled Egg  1  44
 Whole Hard Boiled Egg  10 Gram  16

A WHOLE COOKED AND FRIED EGG:

WHOLE COOKED AND FRIED EGG

Egg Oz. Calories
 Cooked and Fried Egg  1.6  92
 Fried Egg  Contains  1 57
Fried Egg Contains  10 Gram 20

A WHOLE COOKED AND POACHED EGG:

COOKED AND POACHED EGG

Egg Oz. Calories
Cooked and Poached Egg  1.8  74
Cooked and Poached Egg  1 42
Cooked and Poached Egg  10 Gram 15

CALORIES IN CHEESE OMELETTE:

Now let’s see how many calories in an egg omelet with cheese which is another favorite way of eating form of egg:

CALORIES IN CHEESE OMELETTE

Egg Oz. Calories
Serving Cheese Omelet  13  460
Serving Cheese Omelet  1 35
Serving Cheese Omelet  10 Gram 12

HOW MANY CALORIES IN AN EGG WHITE:

People mostly don’t like to eat whole egg and that’s why most of them prefer to eat only egg white. This part of egg mostly cooked separately in various dishes. It also contains an amount of calories in it. Let’s see different calories in an egg white.

Raw Egg White Calories:

RAW EGG WHITE

Egg Oz. Calories
Large Egg White  1.8  17
Raw Egg White  1 15
Raw Egg White  10 Gram 5

Large serving of raw and fresh egg white of 33 grams contains 17 calories.

HOW MANY CALORIES IN AN EGG YOLK:

Now let’s see how many calories an egg yolk have according to the different sizes and serving:

Fresh and Raw Egg Yolk:

CALORIES IN EGG YOLK

Egg Oz. Calories
Large Egg Yolk  0.06 55
Raw Egg Yolk  1 91
Raw Egg Yolk  10 Gram 32

You have seen that the calories in egg different the way they are serve or the way the cooked. The way you will prepare your egg will affect its nutritional value. As u saw if fry an egg instead of boiling it this will increase the overall calories in it. It is also important to eat egg with other natural nutrients foods like vegetables, salad and whole grains. Enjoy a healthy life with healthy diet!

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