Eggs give you a lots of benefits

Eggs are a good source of protein, and at the same time eggs contain a large part of the vitamins and minerals that the body needs. All that and much more you can learn more about here.

All in one shell

Which vitamins and minerals do eggs contain?

Eggs contain: Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Biotin, Vitamin D, Vitamin E,
Phosphorus, Iodine, Chloride, Niacin,  Vitamin B5, Selenium and Pantothenic Acid.

Eggs also contain: vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin B2, biotin, vitamin D, vitamin E, Pantothenic acid.

Eggs are a source of: Chloride, phosphorus, iodine, niacin and vitamin A.


High protein content

How much protein does the egg contain?

Eggs contain approx. 12.5 g protein per 100 g, corresponding to between 6-8 g of protein per eggs depending on size. Both the egg yolk and the egg white contribute with protein. The egg yolk contains 1.5 times as much protein per. 100 g as the egg white. The high amount of protein makes eggs saturate well.