Health & Fitness: Have an “EGG-cellantly” Fit Easter
- Have an “EGG-cellantly” Fit Easter
- Contains Vitamin D- Found in the glorious sun that we are all missing in WV lately, the humble egg is one of the few dietary sources that contain vitamin D in their yolks.
- Your average WHOLE egg contains only 75 calories and 6 grams of protein with only 5 grams of fat, 2 of which are saturated. On the “bad egg” side of the fence? Cut out the yolks. One egg white has only 17 calories and it’s all protein at 4 grams. The downside to this, you’re gonna lose most of the nutrients that the yolks provide including vitamins A, B6, B12, and E, as well as iron and zinc.
- They are adaptable. Eggs are in SO many things we eat. We really don’t give them credit. Scramble them, poach them, use them as a binding agent, or bake with them. You can’t say the egg isn’t pretty amazing. What’s even more amazing, they are considered to be the most complete and balanced protein source for humans other than mother’s milk
- Channel Your Inner Rabbit
- The “Eggly” Truth About Your Favorite Easter Candy
Ugh.. Is that 100 Calories? Better savor those ears.
RUSSEL STOVERS MARSHMALLOW EASTER BUNNY:
That’s a little better..but 3 of these little cuties contain 25 grams of carbs, which is not cute.
The highlight of this 100 calories isn’t the colors, but the fact that 6 of these little babies have 13.5 grams of sugar which is the lowest of all the Cadbury Egg family.