Whole Egg Powder
Whole egg protein powder is a wholesome - versatile supplement that can be used for health or performance goals
Whole egg powder is an extremely nutrient dense nutritional aid. It is high in protein, contains natural healthy fats, essential amino acids and is rich in vitamins and minerals. Egg protein has a high biological value and is easily digested and absorbed by the body, egg protein is the standard by which all other protein sources are measured. Whole egg powder can be used for a range of performance or health related goals. Particularly people looking to increase muscle mass and improve strength.
Why choose Whole Egg Powder?
Eggs as a whole food are highly nutritious and can be used in a variety of ways. However, fresh eggs can be difficult to consume in many situations due to lack of cooking facilities. Egg based protein powder supplements can be a practical solution for people looking to increase their intake of quality high protein and essential nutrients.
Other uses: Whole egg protein powder is not only excellent as a performance aid for people who regularly exercise; it can also be used for baking, cooking and making various recipes. It is a highly versatile product that can be used for a multiple of nutritional purposes.
Protein: The consumption of adequate quality protein following resistance exercise is critical to facilitating recovery and maximising the anabolic effects of exercise. Using a high quality protein supplement directly before and after your training will help to maximise protein synthesis, and facilitate the recovery of damaged muscle fibres.
Inadequate intake of quality protein during periods of intense training may lead to muscle loss and limit your training and competition performance potential. Adequate high quality protein is a prerequisite for pre and post resistance exercise nutrition.
Protein requirements: The requirement for protein while participating in regular exercise is between 1.4−2.2 g per kg body mass per day, depending on performance goals. Body proteins are constantly being made and broken down, this is further influenced by when we fast, eat or exercise. By consuming protein at regular intervals during the day and before and after your training, you will help to maintain circulating amino acid levels above normal, this may promote muscle protein synthesis which will help to optimise adaptation and recovery.
|Nutrition Profile||Per 30 g||Per 100 g|
|Protein (on dried basis)||14.5 g||48 g|
|Carbohydrates||1.8 g||6 g|
|- of which sugar||0.6 g||2 g|
|Fat||11.8 g||39 g|
|- of which Saturated||4.1 g||13.5 g|
Ingredients: Whole egg powder
No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
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For best results take 2 servings daily; (1 serving = 30 g or 1 scoop in 100 ml of water).