Egg Albumin Proteins
Egg protein is a food with a high biological value, it is easily absorbed by the organism and it provides all the essential amino acids.
Egg protein is efficiently used by the human body and it supplies all the essential amino acids, which are fundamental elements to build and maintain the muscle mass from the body.
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Egg white is the perfect food for anyone looking to take special care of their diet due to the good quality of its proteins and all its micronutrients, (complex B vitamins, specially niacin and folic acid, as well as potassium, sodium, selenium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus), and the fact that it has no fat nor cholesterol as well as a very low carbs supply.
Egg white is a really unique food which is mainly used when we want to gain muscle mass or lose weight, since it is pure protein, without any fats, carbs, nor cholesterol. Egg white protein powder has a high digestibility and it is efficiently used by the organism since it also has a high biological value (100).
- Egg protein is the albumin or egg white from the eggs.
- It is a translucent, whitish and viscous liquid that protects the egg yolk and provides additional nutrients for the growth of embryo.
- Albumin is made of an 88% of water and a 12% of protein. The main protein from egg white is ovalbumin, which makes up a 54% of the protein content. It is followed by conallbumin, also called ovotransferrin which makes up a 13%, a 11% of ovomucoid and a 3.5% of lysozyme.
- It has no lactose nor carbohydrates and its fat content is very low.
- The biological quality of egg protein may vary depending on the manufacturing method. In the case of lyophilized egg protein, its biological value is 88 on average.
- Egg protein can improve the value of other protein sources, which is why it is often used to make protein blends. You can purchase other types of protein here.
- Egg protein is rich in BCAA's, tyrosine, cysteine, arginine, methionine, and phenylalanine.
- It has all the essential amino acids and provides nitrogen and sulfur, which are important elements for the metabolism.
- Its sulfur amino acids also help to keep the immune system healthy.
- Egg protein can also be consumed by those who suffer lactose intolerance or allergy to milk protein.
- Egg protein not only stimulates muscle growth, but it also prevents the accumulation of water under the skin.
- For high-performance athletes
- For strength athletes
- As a protein source in a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet
- To define the muscles as much as possible before sport competitions
Egg protein is available in different formats at our online HSN store.
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Whole egg powder. Cage-free chicken eggs. Provides 13g of protein per serving. Suitable for vegetarians.In stock. Immediate delivery.