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Nutritional Information

Nutrition Facts of Eggs - Hard Boiled

According to the caloric ratio pyramid, a hard boiled egg has 3% carbohydrates, 35% proteins and 62% fats. Let's find out about the nutritional value of eggs. A quick note: The %DV in the table stands for % Daily Value. It is the daily value required for a child above 4 years or adults, based on 2000 calories required in a day. The values given here pertain to the amount of nutrition that is required per day per individual and not the whole percentage of nutrients present in 1 large hard boiled egg.

Nutrient Name %DV Nutrient Name %DV
Calories 4% Proteins 13%
Fat 8% Cholesterol 70%
Vitamin A 5% Vitamin D 4%
Vitamin E 2% Thiamin 2%
Riboflavin 14% Folate 6%
Vitamin B6 4% Vitamin B12 11%
Pantothenic Acid 7% Manganese 1%
Calcium 3% Iron 5%
Magnesium 2% Phosphorus 10%
Potassium 2% Sodium 3%
Zinc 4% Copper 3%
Selenium 23% Fiber 0%


Eggs Nutritional Benefits - Raw

Now that we have seen the nutrition fact for eggs that are hard boiled, let's move over to the nutrition facts of raw eggs. Before that a quick look at the caloric ratio pyramid. In a raw egg, the carbohydrates amount to 2%, proteins - 35% and fats - 63%. Like I have mentioned in previously the %DV in the table stands for % Daily Value. It is daily value required for a child above 4 years or adults based on 2000 calories required in a day. They are as follows:

Nutrient Name %DV Nutrient Name %DV
Calories 4% Proteins 13%
Fat 8% Cholesterol 71%
Vitamin A 6% Vitamin E 3%
Thiamin 2% Riboflavin 15%
Folate 5% Pantothenic Acid 7%
Vitamin B6 3% Vitamin B12 9%
Manganese 1% Zinc 4%
Calcium 2% Iron 3%
Magnesium 1% Phosphorus 9%
Potassium 2% Sodium 3%
Selenium 22% Fiber 0%