Quail Eggs offer a number of health benefits but also come with a good number of calories. The fat content in quail eggs is also quite high and those who are trying to maintain or reduce their weight should watch out on the intake of these eggs.
One quail egg contains a total of 14 calories. The total fat content in an equal quantity of quail egg is 1 grams consisting of 0.32 grams of saturated fat content, 0.119 gram of polyunsaturated fat content and 0.389 gram of monounsaturated fat content. Cholesterol content in it is 76 mg, carbohydrate content in it is 0.04 gram, protein content is 1.17 grams, sodium content is 13 mg and potassium content 12 mg.
100 grams of quail eggs contain a total of 158 calories out of which 63% of the calories come from fat, 36% calories come from proteins and the remaining 1% comes from carbohydrate. The total fat content in an equal quantity of quail eggs is 11.09 grams consisting of 3.557 grams of saturated fat content, 1.32 grams of polyunsaturated fat content and 4.32 grams of monounsaturated fat content. The total cholesterol content it offers is 844 mg, potassium content in it is 132 mg, sodium content is 141 mg, carbohydrate content is 0.41 gram and protein content 13.05 grams.
Canned quail eggs are also available in the market and the number of calories in these is also similar to the fresh quail eggs; one canned quail egg contains a total of 14 calories.
Different brands provide Quail eggs and the calorie content in these may vary to some extent based on the brand. 6 quail eggs available from Roland contain a total of 80 calories. Out of these 80 calories 66% of the calories come from fat, 29% calories come from proteins and the remaining 5% come from carbohydrates.