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EGG WHITE PROTEIN POWDERS

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What are egg white protein powders?

The egg white is the clear liquid that surrounds the yellow yolk of an egg. It constitutes two thirds of the egg by weight, and is made up of 90% water and 10% protein. Egg white protein powders are made with dried egg whites. 

Spray drying is the most common way to dry egg whites, and involves blowing pasteurized egg whites into a chamber through which hot air is passing. This process removes almost all of the moisture, leaving behind a fine white powder that is roughly 80% protein. Egg white protein powders can be added to protein shakes, smoothies, oatmeal, and other recipes for an easy protein boost.

Egg white protein powder is the most natural protein powder on the planet as it requires less processing to make than any other type of protein powder. Unlike protein concentrates and isolates, egg white protein is not stripped of its non-protein components (fats, carbs, etc.), which means it looks like real food. 

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Are egg white protein powders good for you?

Egg whites are a highly bioavailable source of complete protein. This means they contain all of the essential amino acids, and are easy for the body to absorb and use. In fact, egg whites have a protein digestibility-corrected amino acid score of 100, which is as good as it gets. The only other dietary protein with a score that high is whey. 

Moreover, research has shown that despite equivalent amino acid scores and digestion-absorption rates, the net protein utilization (NPU) value of egg white protein is higher than that whey protein. This is why egg whites are considered by many to be the perfect source of protein, serving as the standard for comparison for other protein sources.

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What are the benefits of egg white protein powders?

Naturally high in protein – First of all, egg whites are naturally high in protein. A dried egg white is roughly 80% protein, which gives it more protein by weight than any other dietary protein source. Other dietary protein sources like peas and whey have to be mechanically and/or chemically stripped of everything but the protein before they can be used as protein powder. 

Easy to digest – The main reason why we use egg whites is that they are easy to digest. Unless you have a sensitivity or allergy to eggs, egg white protein powders are the best protein powders for people with gut issues and sensitive stomachs. They are low in fiber, low FODMAP, alkaline (maintaining healthy pH levels in your gut), and bioactive (promoting the growth of healthy gut bacteria). Our customers have reported fewer digestive issues with our egg white protein powders than with any other type of protein supplement.

Delicious – Egg white protein powders taste good, far better than any other type of protein powder. This is because other protein powders are made with protein concentrates and/or isolates, which have a chalky aftertaste. The eggs we use are particularly delicious because they are broken less than twenty four hours from when they were laid. Other eggs sit for days, sometimes weeks before being processed, causing them to release hydrogen sulfide, a chemical known for its potent sulfur (eggy) odor.

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Which of our egg white protein powders is best for you?

The best egg white protein powder for you will depend on your dietary restrictions (if any) and preferences. 

Vanilla egg white protein powderVanilla egg white protein powder is the most gut-friendly of our flavored egg white protein powders. It is made with real Madagascar vanilla beans, and is a great addition to smoothies. If you have gut issues or a sensitive stomach, we recommend starting with vanilla egg white protein powder. 

Chocolate egg white protein powderWhen blended with milk and ice, chocolate egg white protein powder makes a crave-worthy protein shake. That said, it is made with Ecuadorian cocoa, which can trigger heartburn for some people. If you have GERD or acid reflux, we recommend choosing another flavor. 

Mocha egg white protein powderAdding mocha egg white protein powder to your breakfast is a great way to jump-start your day. It is made with spray-dried Colombian coffee, and contains a small, but noticeable amount of caffeine. If you are sensitive to caffeine, we recommend choosing another flavor. 

Peanut butter egg white protein powderPeanut butter egg white protein powder is made with Georgia peanuts. It is perfect for adding to oatmeal, pancakes, and baked goods. 

Unflavored egg white protein powder Unflavored egg white protein powder is the most versatile of our egg white protein powders. That said, unlike our flavored egg white protein powders, unflavored egg white protein powder does not taste good when mixed with just milk or water. If you want to make protein shake, we recommend blending it with ingredients like banana and peanut butter. Unflavored egg white protein powders are also perfect for adding to savory dishes like soups and sauces.

Matcha egg white protein powderMatcha egg white protein powder is made with Japanese matcha (green tea). It is a great addition to fruit smoothies, and contains a small amount of caffeine. If you are sensitive to caffeine, we recommend trying samples or choosing another flavor.

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How to use our egg white protein powders?

Our egg white protein powders can be mixed with 1-2 cups of cold milk or water to make protein shakes. They can also be added to smoothies, oatmeal, and recipes for an easy protein boost. Check out our egg white protein powder recipes for more ideas. If you do choose to make a protein shake, use a blender or shaker bottle. Unlike other companies, we do not use food additives to help our egg white protein powders dissolve.

When to use our egg white protein powders?

The best time to add our egg white protein powders to your diet is in the morning. Eating lots of protein breakfast will keep you full until lunch, discourage overeating, and reduce snacking later in the day. Higher protein intake at breakfast is also associated with higher total daily protein intake. In other words, a high protein breakfast, despite its satiating effects, allows you to maximize the amount of protein that you consume over the course of the day.

Egg white protein vs whey?

Egg white protein is, from a nutritional standpoint, basically identical to whey protein, which has long been considered to be the gold standard for protein supplementation. Both egg white and whey protein are highly bioavailable complete proteins, meaning they are easily absorbed and used by the body, and both contain all of the essential amino acids that the body needs, but cannot produce on its own. 

One important difference between whey and egg white protein is digestibility. Egg white protein is easy to digest. Dairy-based proteins like whey, on the other hand, are not because they contain lactose, a sugar most adults cannot digest.

Another difference between whey and egg white protein is how it affects your skin. Whey protein indirectly stimulates insulin production, which regulates sebum production. Sebum, an oily, waxy substance produced by your body’s sebaceous glands, can clog your pores and cause pimples. It can also hinder your ability to process blood sugar efficiently, causing inflammation in your skin. Egg white protein, on the contrary, will not make you breakout. 

Finally, egg white protein has a considerably smaller environmental impact than whey protein. Dairy cows and their manure produce enormous amounts of greenhouse gas emissions, the poor handling of manure and fertilizers pollute local water resources, and dairy farming and feed production can lead to the loss of ecologically important areas such as prairies, wetlands, and forests

Do egg white protein powders cause side effects?

Unless you have a sensitivity or allergy to eggs, egg white protein powders cause fewer side effects than any other type of protein powder. They are safe for nearly everyone, including pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and children. If egg white protein powders do cause side effects, the other ingredients, not the egg whites, are probably the problem.

Where can you buy our egg white protein powders?

You can buy egg white protein powders here on our website. Just click a product to start shopping. All domestic orders come with free shipping, and you can save 15% everytime you order by subscribing. 

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