Calorie Counts for Eggs

All Foods > Eggs

  • 1.    Egg Whites

    Egg whites are a completely fat free source of high quality protein that will support your lean muscle tissue and keep your metabolism on high all day long.

  • 2.    Egg Yolks

    Egg yolks are the part of the egg that does contain the fat and cholesterol but also offer folate, vitamin B12, as well as selenium.

  • 3.    Eggs

    Eggs are a fast and cost-effective source of protein that will provide many health benefits to the body and assist with the production of lean muscle tissue.

  • 4.    Fried Eggs

    Fried eggs will provide some protein as well as cholesterol, but being that they are fried, will contain far too much fat and calories to be included as part of your regular diet, meaning you should eat these in moderation.

  • 5.    Hard Boiled Eggs

    Hard boiled eggs are an easy-to-transport source of protein for a quick snack on the go that will keep your hunger on low.

  • 6.    Omelets

    Omelets can be a healthy addition to your diet depending on how they are prepared and will provide you with protein, iron, as well as vitamin B12.

  • 7.    Poached Eggs

    Poached eggs are one of the lower fat varieties of eggs to eat as there will be no additional calories added during the cooking process.

  • 8.    Scrambled Eggs

    Scrambled eggs are a good source of protein in your diet plan and a great food to have for breakfast.