Egg Whites (Albumen)
Egg Yolks


Good Source of Protein
Cholesterol Free
Fat Free
Source of Niacin and a good source of Riboflavin


NUTRITION INFORMATION
33.4 g Serving
(1 large egg white)
Percentage of
Recommended
Daily Intake
Nutritional Claim
Calories
25 -
Fat
0 g 0 % Fat Free
Saturates
0 g 0 % -

+ Trans 0 g
Cholesterol
0 mg Cholesterol Free
Sodium
80 mg 4 % -
Carbohydrates
0 g -
Fibre
0 g -
Sugars
0 g -
Protein
5 g Good Source
 
Percentage of Recommended Daily Intake Nutritional Claim
Vitamin A
0 % -
Vitamin C
0 % -
Calcium
0 % -
Iron
0 % -
Vitamin D
3 % -
Thiamin
0 % -
Riboflavin
9 % Source
Niacin
5 % Source
Vitamin B6
0 % -
Folacin
0 % -
Vitamin B12
0 % -
Pantothenic acid
2 % -
Phosphorus
0 % -
Magnesium
0 % -
Selenium
2 % -
Iodide
2 % -
* Sources: Canadian Nutrient File, 1991 - Guide for Food Manufacturers & Advertisers, 1988 - Internal Documents, Government of Canada, 1993
Good Source of Protein
Source of 5 Vitamins and Minerals
Excellent Source of 2 Vitamins and Minerals
Good Source of 4 Vitamins and Minerals
Source of Monounsaturates


NUTRITION INFORMATION
15.64 g Serving (1 large egg yolk)
Percentage of
Recommended
Daily Intake
Nutritional Claim
Calories
45 -
Fat
5 g 8 % -
Saturates
1.5 g -
+ Trans 0 g
Monounsaturates
2 g Source
Cholesterol
190 mg -
Sodium
15 mg 1 % -
Carbohydrates
0 g -
Fibre
0 g -
Sugars
0 g -
Protein
1 g -
 
Percentage of Recommended Daily Intake Nutritional Claim
Vitamin A
8 % Source
Vitamin C
0 % -
Calcium
2 % -
Iron
4 % -
Vitamin D
1 % -
Thiamin
2 % -
Riboflavin
6 % Source
Niacin
1 % -
Vitamin B6
2 % -
Folacin
15 % Good Source
Vitamin B12
30 % Excellent Source
Pantothenic acid
13 % Good Source
Phosphorus
6 % Source
Magnesium
2 % -
Zinc
4 % Source
Selenium
28 % Excellent Source
Iodide
14 % Source
* Sources: Canadian Nutrient File, 1991 - Guide for Food Manufacturers & Advertisers, 1988 - Internal Documents, Government of Canada, 1993