Hy-vee Grade A Eggs Nutritional Analysis and Facts

80Calories

Per Serving

Number of Calories: Based on 1 egg serving

  • Calories: 80
  • Fat: 5g
  • Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 7g

Nutritional Value and Information

  • How many calories are in 1 serving?

    80 calories are in 1 egg - it is equivalent to 6.86 oz peeled baby-cut carrots, 3.08 oz cowpeas, and 1.07 cups of onions (uncooked, diced).

    Overall Score

    Low

  • How many carbs are in 1 serving?

    Having a inconsiderable amount of carbs with 1.25 g per 100 calories, it is around the same degree as fish oil, swiss cheese and hard boiled eggs. This food has less carbs than nearly 92 percent of all foods in our entire database. In the same way, compared to foods in the same food group (eggs), this item has a modest degree of carbs. Here, roughly 22 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of carbs to calories. 0.33% of your daily recommended consumption of carbs will be achieved by this food/serving size.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Nature'S Promise Extra Large Eggs (Stop & Shop), Extra Large Grade AA Eggs (Olympia Valley), Scrambled Eggs (Hometown Buffet)

  • How much cholesterol are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has a high amount of cholesterol compared to foods in the same food group (eggs). Here, approximately 83 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of cholesterol to calories. Similarly, around 95 percent of all foods in our entire system have a lower ratio of cholesterol to calories. Having a very high degree of cholesterol with a cholesterol/calorie ratio of 300%, it contains the same amount as colby cheese, flounder and seafood. 240 mg is 80% of your daily recommended intake for a healthy individual.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Break Free Egg Substitute (Kroger), 100% Liquid Egg Whites, Egg Beaters - Original (Egg Beaters)

  • How much protein are in 1 serving?

    This item has the same amt of protein as foods like miso soup, turkey and pasta with a protein/calorie ratio of 35%, which is a massive amount. 14% of your daily recommended value of protein will be achieved by this food/serving size. Compared to foods in the same food group (eggs), this specific food has a fine amt of protein. Here, nearly 66% of other foods in this food group have a lower protein percentage. Likewise, roughly 12% of all foods in our database have a greater protein percentage.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Extra Large Eggs (Market Pantry), Extra Large Eggs (Spartan), Border Grilled Chicken Omelette (Perkins Restaurant)

  • How much saturated fat are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has a average quantity of saturated fat compared to foods in its food group. In this case, about 37 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of saturated fat to calories. Likewise, almost 75 percent of all foods in our entire database have a lower ratio of saturated fat to calories. Having a moderate-high quantity of saturated fat with a saturated fat/calorie ratio of 16.88%, it contains the same amt as donuts, turkey bacon and milk.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Egg Substitute (Nulaid), 100% Liquid Egg Whites, Smart Eggs (Member's Mark)

  • How much sodium are in 1 serving?

    70 mg is 2.92% of your recommended limit per day of sodium for most men and women. This food has the same degree of sodium as foods like organic milk, snapper and custard at 87.5 milligrams per 100 calories, which is a moderate amount. Compared to foods in the same food group (eggs), this food has a limited degree of sodium. Here, within its own food group, this food has less sodium than nearly 91 percent of other foods. In the same way, nearly 66 percent of all foods among all food groups have a greater sodium ratio.

    Overall Score

    Moderate

    Alternatives: Omelette (La Madeleine), California Omelette (Silver Diner), Garden Scramble (IHOP)