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Re: [IP] How many carbs in an egg?


I never eat anywhere without it!  :-D

(look for the hardboiled egg, not scrambled, cuz those are 
assumed to have milk added.)

On 6 Nov 2000, at 23:08, Darrin Parker wrote:

> Hi!
> My materials indicate that there is 1 g of CHO in an average chicken egg.
> This makes sense as eggs are almost 100% protien.  HOWEVER:  HIstorically I
> need to bolus for eggs as if they had 15 g CHO per egg.  No special perep
> in cooking - just fried w/o oil.  None of my carb tables list teh g of
> protein in an egg.  Based on the required amt of insulin I need per egg; it
> must be about 28 g of protien per egg.
> Any thoughts on this one?
> Darrin Parker
> email @ redacted   Nova Scotia, Canada!
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