The boiled egg, easy to prepare and easy to eat, so how much protein is in a boiled egg?
Well before we get into the answer we should talk about eggs and why they are such a great addition to your nutrition plan.
Eggs can be prepared so many ways and cater to so many taste buds it’s hard to beat them (see what I did there!).
Although some of the ways of cooking may change the nutritional make up of an egg, they don’t really change too much.
Here are some of the ways you can cook or prepare eggs.
There are variations of the above of course depending if you like your eggs or egg yolks runny or not.
Also meals like omelettes and the like would come under a category above too.
You can eat either the whole egg or split the egg up into yolk and egg white.
The nutritional makeup of the egg yolk and egg white are quite different.
I should add here too that these nutritional values below are for a chicken egg.
Different eggs from different animals will have a slightly different make up of nutritional values.