How Much Iodine is in an Egg?
One of the most common questions is how much Iodine is in an egg? While other sources of Iodine are more concentrated, eggs are a good source of Iodine because they provide a single serving of Iodine, which is around 16 percent of your daily recommended dietary allowance. Chicken eggs contain the most Iodine, duck eggs are slightly larger and oranger than chicken eggs, and Quail eggs are the smallest.
A study used an ICP Mass Spectrometer to examine the iodine level in chicken eggs.