Eggs & Fat
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Fat Is In Eggs?
Eggs contain on average 10.3 grams of total fat per serve (2 eggs).
What Are Dietary Fats?
Fat is classified into two main types – saturated and unsaturated fat.
What Are The Good Fats?
The term “good” fat you've no doubt heard is referring to unsaturated fats. Consumption of these fats is widely encouraged as the preferred types of fats in the diet as they are linked to lowering the risk of many diseases.
What Are The Bad Fats?
"Bad" fats are known as trans fats. They contain close to no nutritional value and are damaging to your health, even when eaten in small quantities.
Do Eggs Contain Good Fat Or Bad Fat?
Eggs contain an average of 10.3 grams of total fat per serve of eggs* making them a moderate source of dietary fat. The majority of the fat in eggs is unsaturated with 3.4 grams being saturated fat.