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Eggs, Chicken, Yolk, Raw

How many Calories in Eggs, chicken, yolk, raw?

339 Cals per 100g

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Eggs, chicken, yolk, raw also contains:

  • Tr g of carbohydrates,
  • 16.1 grams of protein,
  • 30.5 grams of fat and
  • 1120.0 mg of cholesterol

per 100g serving.

That represents 17.0% of typical adult GDA (2,000 Cals) for calorie intake, 0.0% of carbohydrate GDA, 32.2% of protein GDA and 43.6% of fat GDA.

Traffic Light Labelling *

Fat High
Saturated Fat High
Sugar Low
Salt Low

* See the NHS Livewell pages for more information on food traffic light labelling.

For additional nutritional data about Eggs, chicken, yolk, raw including fibre, sugars, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and more see the data table below.

Nutritional Data

All figures below are expressed per 100g edible portion.

Energy (Calories) 339 Kcals/Calories
Energy (Kilojoules) 1402 KJ
Water 51.0 g
Nitrogen 2.58 g
Protein 16.1 g
Fat 30.5 g
Carbohydrates Tr g
Starch 0.0 g
Sugar Tr g
Fibre 0.0 g
Alcohol 0.0 g/ml
Saturated fatty acids 8.70 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 3.40 g
Trans fatty acids N g
Cholesterol 1120.0 mg


Retinol - Vitamin A 535 mcg
Carotene - Vitamin A Tr mcg
Retinol Equivalent 535 mcg
Vitamin D 4.9 mcg
Vitamin E 3.11 mg
Vitamin K1 0.87 mcg
Thiamin 0.30 mg
Riboflavin 0.54 mg
Niacin 0.1 mg
Tryptophan 4.7 mg
Niacin Equivalent mg
Vitamin B6 0.30 mg
Vitamin B12 6.9 mcg
Folate 130 mcg
Pantothenate 4.60 mg
Biotin 50.0 mcg
Vitamin C 0 mg


Sodium 50 mg
Potassium 120 mg
Calcium 130 mg
Magnesium 15 mg
Phosphorus 500 mg
Iron 6.10 mg
Copper 0.15 mg
Zinc 3.9 mg
Chloride 140 mg
Manganese 0.10 mcg
Selenium 20 mcg
Iodine (140) mcg


Food composition according to product labelling.

Energy (Calories) 339 Kcals/Cals
Energy (KJoules) 1403 KJ
Carbohydrates Tr g
Protein 161.0 g
Sugars Tr g
Starch 0.0 g


34 eggs and literature sources

As MPE 12-805, Vitamin K1 Bolton-Smith et al, Br J Nutr, 83, 2000

If the hens have been fed a supplement, values may be considerably higher