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    which has more protein duck eggs, or chicken eggs?

    i've looked up in googled, and they said that eggs contains 6g of protein, and duck eggs contains 15g is this true, i have no reach of supplement so im planning to use eggs instead but i need to run too, is duck eggs good for bodybuilding?

    i weigh around 140ish pounds and if i bought 90eggs it would cost me 240 Bhat and 12 eggs a day would mean 180-190g of protein. but eating too many eggs is bad for the heart so im gonna do running.
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    where do you find duck eggs?.....people have more weird ideas of food these days....
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    wdf lol does it not depend on the size of the actual egg?
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    but a duck egg wouldnt be 3X bigger then a normal egg....
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    Well i dont see the point in getting duck eggs, good luck if you do. I normally stick to the proven methods, iff duck eggs were much better im sure somebody would have found out before now...
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    Originally Posted by covladjord
    Well i dont see the point in getting duck eggs, good luck if you do. I normally stick to the proven methods, iff duck eggs were much better im sure somebody would have found out before now...
    yep thats right, but it might have alot of bad fats or taste disgusting.....i love normal eggs, raw or cooked
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    Page 10 of http://www.enc-online.org/pdf/Presen...20egg%20pdf%22 shows the nutrition per 100g. A large chicken egg is approx 50g but i don't know how much a duck egg weighs.
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    i jsut find out duck eggs are gigantic, my eggs are 13g of protein per 100g and the eggs are 58g per egg, my dad used to work on a small farm, and chicken eggs almost was as large as a duck, my dad described duck eggs 12-15cm high, and about 5-8cm wide, but it takes 1 or 2days per duck egg.....so duck eggs are pretty big
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    I found out one dug egg contains 9 g of protein, being 1.5 times as much as chicken eggs, but they weigh more... so the protein content is about the same.
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