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Post  FinchG on Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:29 am

Some say kale is better than feeding eggs and I just wanted to compare the two for my finches. I feed collard greens and eggs but a lot of people feed kale more than other greens. FinchG

Macronutrients


kale, raw scores best for
macronutrients between these two foods. Here's how kale, raw does on some key
aspects of macronutrients:






  • It contains 84.46 grams of water.
    Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose reduced at 1.87 grams.


  • It contains 0.05 grams of
    monounsaturated fat. Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose
    reduced at 17.56 grams.


  • It contains 0.33 grams of
    polyunsaturated fat. Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose
    reduced at 5.71 grams.


  • It contains 0 milligrams of
    cholesterol. Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose reduced at
    2,017 milligrams.


  • It contains 3.30 grams of protein.
    Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose reduced at 48.17 grams.




Minerals


egg, whole, dried,
stabilized, glucose reduced
scores best for minerals between these two foods. Along
with vitamins, minerals keep the human body humming along by aiding growth and
development. Here's how egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose reduced does on
some key aspects of minerals:






  • It contains 3.63 grams of ash.
    Compare kale, raw at 1.53 grams.


  • It contains 548 milligrams of
    sodium. Compare kale, raw at 43 milligrams.


  • It contains 715 milligrams of
    phosphorus. Compare kale, raw at 56 milligrams.


  • It contains 121 micrograms of
    selenium. Compare kale, raw at 0.90 micrograms.


  • It contains 49 milligrams of
    magnesium. Compare kale, raw at 34 milligrams




Vitamins


kale, raw scores best for
vitamins between these two foods. Along with minerals, vitamins keep the human
body humming along by aiding growth and development. Here's how kale, raw does
on some key aspects of vitamins:






  • It contains 817 micrograms of
    vitamin K. Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose reduced at 0
    micrograms.


  • Each of these foods contains 0
    micrograms of alpha carotene.


  • Each of these foods contains 0
    micrograms of beta cryptoxanthin.


  • It contains 39,550 micrograms of
    lutein and zeazanthin. Compare egg, whole, dried, stabilized, glucose
    reduced at 0 micrograms.


  • Each of these foods contains 0
    milligrams of choline.






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