Our Egg White Powder is a spray-dried dispersible, egg protein, manufactured directly from egg whites and has a high protein content with over 80% protein per serving.
The high protein content will contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. Every 3.1 grams of Egg White Powder is the equivalent to eating approximately 1 medium egg. The low fat (0.1g) and carbohydrate content (1.3g) also make this product an ideal choice for anyone looking to reduce body fat.
Egg White Powder is suitable for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake or for anyone looking for a source of protein before or after their training.
Add 150-250ml of water or milk into our shaker (the less liquid the thicker the shake will be). Then add just under 1 MP large scoop (30g), shake and consume. Use 2-3 times daily or as required.
1 x level MP Plastic Scoop (large) weighs 33g. (not included)
This product is 100% Egg White Powder with nothing added or taken away.
Protein (dry basis): 25.8g
Protein (as-is): 24.3g
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To stop froth put ice or crushed ice in a blender..it cuts down the froth a great deal. Best consumed with fruit for example banana, honey, cocoa powder for example.
I've bought 2.5kg of this product. The taste is AWFUL... it really tastes like sea water. You can mask with some flavdrops, but it will still be really really bad. Of course we are speaking about albumines, so the effectiveness is top!Goes Well With:Discipline and hunger for power
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I've been using whey for over 10 years and wanted to try something different. Not sure buying 4.5kg of something 'different' is the smartest decision of my life. The reviews were a little off putting, mixability is below average compared to a good whey isolate. Taste and smell was fine, I've had far worse whey powders over the years. The foam is probably the worst part, you must shake it to mix it, but in so doing you create a huge amount of foam relative to how much powder you've used, I've eaten the foam with a spoon, my wife ran away making retching noises, bless her. I'll persevere with the foam, suggestions of Nutella and nesquick sound worth a try, anything to reduce foaming is worth trying as I've got no idea how much protein ends up as foam. Overall I'm happy and I will buy again, eggs have even better bio availability than whey and if you're vege' or intolerant of dairy or lactose this is a great choice. Another choice for the lactose intolerant out there is ISO PRO 97, not as cheap as this but a fantastic product.Goes Well With:A strong desire to make gains.
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Mixability could be better but overall it's a good source of protein. Overall v.happy and definitely recommend adding a tspoon of strawberry nesquik.
I don't see how egg white powder could ever taste nice, so I wasn't expecting the taste to be up to much. I am slowly building up with this. I stared with a small scoop last week and this week have upped it to two small scoops. I have it just before my oats in the morning, mixed with a little water. Probably not the best way of experiencing this, but it's over with quickly that way. Tried mixing it with my oats, but it made the oats not nice. However, it is a convenient way to get some high quality protein in, without consuming egg yolks. Have recently lost some weight and wanted to make sure I did not lose all my hard earned muscle.Goes Well With:Before a mouthful of food.
I have IBS and struggle with whey products (even isolate). Tried this as an alternative and great so far. Mixibility could be better but once mixed it isn't grainy like some of the other proteins. I found adding a teaspoon of nutella(not ideal) sorts the taste out and massively reduces the amount of foam produced (think whisking egg whites). Overall v.happy and definitely recommend adding a tspoon of nutella.
Mixability could be better but overall it's a great source of protein and like the taste as well. I ordered egg whites a lot of times and am pleased with the consistent quality. Goes Well With:Brown rice protein
It took me a few goes to get it right, but it makes a great combined omelette... What you'll need: 10" Frying Pan Flat Bottomed Mixing Bowl Hand Blender (A must - it won't mix properly by hand) 2x Medium Whole Eggs 15g Egg White Powder 40g Water 1x Medium Onion (Diced) 1x Medium Tomato (De-seeded & diced) 1x Small Chilli (De-seeded & diced) 1/2 Tsp Olive Oil 1) Put the pan on a medium low heat with the Olive Oil. 2) Dice the Onions and add to the pan to sweat and soften (not brown). 3) Weigh the Egg White Powder & Water into the mixing bowl and blend until it is a pale liquid. Making sure there are no lumps. 4) Crack the two eggs into the mixing bowl, and by HAND mix them in gently. You just want to break the yolks and combine together. It should be a streaky mixture. Add a good dose of Salt & Pepper. 5) When the onions are soft, sprinkle in the tomato and chilli and spread out evenly over the pan. 6) Turn the heat up to medium high, and gently pour in the Egg mix into the centre of the pan. Tilt the pan to spread it out. 7) The base and edges will begin to set immediately. 8) Tilt the pan away from you and scrap in the far edge to the centre of the pan, allowing more Egg mix to run onto the pan base. 9) Do the same tilting the the pan towards you. 10) Keep doing this until the Egg mix is no longer runny, but still wet on top. 11) Don't cook it until the top is cooked firm otherwise it will be over-done. 12) Take it off the heat and tilt the pan to fold the omelette in half & serve. The heat will keep it cooking on the plate. Goes Well With:Breakfast!
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I ordered this, because it maybe lactose free. Taste is not so good, but I have an "unflavoured version". No flavour, but it is a little salty. It yeast when I shaking. Overall it is a good product with good price, but never order unflavoured again.
Yes, this is an egg product. Surprisingly enough, yes, it smells like eggs. Does it taste like eggs? No, not if incorporated into another flavourful food. Remember that if you are offended by the smell, any flavourings, sugar and other additives added to the product may decease the value of what is a naturally nutritious product. The protein content per gram is fantastic for the ratio of calories and sugar. I have mine at breakfast 20g powder with 35g oats and 150g frozen mixed berries, cooked in water. I just mix it in after cooking. Ideally put through a sieve to remove any lumps and improving mix-ability (there aren't many lumps though). I also have 20g powder with 80g blended berries and 125ml almond milk. I am not very active currently due to injury which is why I have a reduced portion size. It's an easy way to boost protein consumption with fewer of the scary ingredients in other protein powders.Goes Well With:Oats and berries