Hey girls, have you ever thought about freezing eggs to avoid wastage? I discovered this tip recently and it has changed my cooking! The other day, while baking a cake, I ended up with too many eggs.
Rather than let them go to waste, I tried freezing them. And what a surprise!
Calories: approximately 70 per egg
Protein: approximately 6g
Fats: 5g (including 1.6g saturated fat)< a i=3>
Vitamin D, B12, and AIron and ZincEgg whites:< /span>Rich in riboflavin and selenium
Protein: approximately 4g
Calories: approximately 17 per egg white
Egg yolks :
Calories: approximately 55 per egg yolk
Protein: approximately 2.7g
Fats: 4.5g (including 1.6g of fat saturated)
Rich in vitamins A, D, E, and B12, as well as iron and choline
Benefits: Vitamin D is crucial for healthy bones and the immune system. It helps the body absorbs calcium and plays a role in regulating mood.
Amounts in an egg: An average egg provides about 10% of the RDA of vitamin D.Vitamin B12 a> An egg contains approximately 5% of the RDA of vitamin A.Quantities in a egg:properly.also helps the heart, lungs, kidneys and other organs function Important for vision, the immune system and reproduction. It
Benefits:Vitamin A It is rare to have excess vitamin B12 because the body excretes the excess, but it can sometimes lead to allergic reactions or complications in people with certain illnesses.
Overconsumption: An egg provides approximately 9% of the RDA for vitamin B12.
Quantities in an egg: Essential for the production of DNA and red blood cells, B12 also plays a role in the functioning of the nervous system.
Overconsumption: Excess vitamin D can lead to hypercalcemia, causing health problems such as fatigue, bone pain, and kidney problems.