# Egg vs Butter: All Nutritional Differences

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## Fact 1: There is Less Calories in Egg

At first glance, you can see that in egg is much less calories than in butter.

Egg has 143 kcal per 100g and butter 717 kcal per 100g so it is pretty easy to calculate that the difference is about 401%.

In egg and in butter most calories came from fat.

See tables below to compare egg with butter in details.

## Butter vs Egg: Vitamins and Minerals Comparison

per 100gEggButter
Calories143 717
Carbohydrates0.72 g0.06 g
Fat9.51 g81.11 g
Protein12.56 g0.85 g
Water76.15 g16.17 g
Calcium56 mg24 mg
Iron1.75 mg0.02 mg
Magnessium12 mg2 mg
Phosphorus0.3 mg7 mg
Potassium138 mg24 mg
Sodium142 mg11 mg
Zink0.3 mg7 mg
Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine)0.04 mg0.005 mg
Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin)0.457 mg0.034 mg
Vitaminium B3 (Niacin)0.075 mg0.042 mg
Vitaminium B60.17 mg0.003 mg
Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid)0.047 mg0.003 mg
Vitaminium E1.05 mg2.32 mg

## More protein in egg

It is aslo easy to see see that in egg is more protein than in butter.

There is 0.85g per 100g of butter and 12.56g per 100g of egg so using simple math we can see that difference is about 1378%.

## More carbohydrates in egg

In egg is more carbohydrates than in butter.

There is 0.06g/100g of carbohydrates in butter and 0.72g/100g in egg so let me do the math for you again - difference is about 1100%.

## Less fat in egg

In egg is less fats than in butter.

The tables above show us that there is 81.11g/100g of fats in butter and 9.51g/100g in egg. In this case difference is about 753%.

## Egg

143kcal
• Calories143
• Carbohydrates0.72 g
• Fat9.51 g
• Protein12.56 g
• Water76.15 g
Egg calories per:
100g | ounce | single piece

• 2% CARBS.
• 36% PROTEIN
• 62% FAT

## Butter

717kcal
• Calories717
• Carbohydrates0.06 g
• Fat81.11 g
• Protein0.85 g
• Water16.17 g
Butter calories per:
100g | ounce | tablespoon | slice | cup | half cup

## Calories source

• 0% CARBS
• 0% PROTEIN
• 100% FAT

### Vitamins: butter vs egg

• Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine): egg 700% more than butter
• Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin): egg 1244% more than butter
• Vitaminium B3 (Niacin): egg 79% more than butter
• Vitaminium B6: egg 5567% more than butter
• Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid): egg 1467% more than butter
• Vitaminium E: butter 121% more than egg

### Minerals: egg vs butter

All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.