What's the healthiest part of an egg?
Correct Answer: Both Yolk and White
Eating the entire egg will deliver a significant number of nutrients. One large egg contains: 6 grams of protein 70 calories 13 vitamins and minerals - including vitamins A, D, E, B2, B12, and biotin along with iron, potassium, calcium, and selenium 5 grams of healthy fats The white of the egg contains: 17 calories 3 grams of protein only two minerals, potassium, and sodium Eggs also contain choline and folate, two essential nutrients for supporting brain health, cell growth, and healthy pregnancies. Eggs are a complete protein.