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    Nutrition Facts for One Whole Egg?

    Anyone know the nutrition facts for one hard-boiled whole egg?

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    7G Protein
    5G Fat
    1G Carb

    7x4=28
    5x9=45
    1x4=4

    28+45+4=77



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    Before I thought that it was 7g like you said, then I saw 4g in various websites. I am Vieopefied.

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    I'm pretty sure just the egg white is 4g protein. A whole egg is 6 or 7 depending on size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulu
    I'm pretty sure just the egg white is 4g protein. A whole egg is 6 or 7 depending on size.
    I guess that is it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi
    7G Protein
    5G Fat
    1G Carb

    7x4=28
    5x9=45
    1x4=4

    28+45+4=77
    I don't get the multiplications and then the addition of those numbers...

    I understand the 7g protein, 5g fat, 1g carb, obviously, lol, thank you for those

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    the numbers are what you multiply the various components to figure out the calories associated with each. For instance 7g protein multipled by 4 gives you the amount of calories that amount of protein provides.

    The addition at the end would then provide you the total calories for the egg

    I maybe wrong here but this is how I figure things out also. Correct me if I am wrong please Jodi.

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