Egg Proteins
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    100% powdered albumins (egg whites). An excellent fat-low protein source.
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    Dehydrated Egg White powder. It provides 26g of proteins per serving.
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Buy Egg Proteins - All you need to know!

Egg protein is a food that has a high biological value, it is easily absorbed by the body and provides all the essential amino acids.

Egg protein is efficiently used by the human body and supplies all the essential amino acids, which are essential to build and maintain muscle mass in the body.

Due to the good quality of its proteins and all the micronutrients that it offers (complex B vitamins, specially niacin and folic acid, as well as potassium, sodium, selenium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus), egg white is an ideal food for anyone looking to take especial care of their diet due to the fact that it has no fat nor cholesterol and a very low carbohydrate content. 

Egg protein is particularly suitable for sportspeople who want to increase and maintain their muscles in a specific way. Egg protein is suitable even for those who suffer from lactose intolerance or who have an allergy to milk. It is an important source of protein that can complement several types of diets.

Table of contents

    1. What is egg protein?
    2. Properties of egg protein 
    3. Egg protein is recommended for:
    4. What does egg protein contain?
    5. What are the symptoms of an egg protein deficiency?
    6. Egg protein, intake and mode of administration
    7. Side effects of consuming egg white powder
    8. Egg protein is recommended:
    9. The experts' opinion on egg protein

What is egg protein?

  • It is called egg albumin protein, albumin to the egg whites that are contained in chicken eggs.
  • It is a translucent, whitish, and viscous solution whose primary natural feature is to protect the egg yolk and provide additional nutrients for the embryo's development, due to its highly nutritional content.
  • Albumin is made of an 88% water and a 12% protein. The main protein in egg whites is ovalbumin, which makes up a 54% of the protein content. This is followed by conallbumin, also called ovotransferrin, which represents a 13%, ovomucoid which is a 11% and a 3.5% of lysozyme.
  • It has no lactose nor carbohydrates, and the fat content is very low.
  • The biological quality of egg protein may vary depending on the manufacturing method. In the case of lyophilised egg protein, its biological value is generally 88.
  • Egg protein can improve the value of other sources of protein, so it is often used to make protein combinations.
  • Egg protein is rich in BCAAs, tyrosine, cysteine, arginine, methionine, and phenylalanine.
  • It has all the essential amino acids and provides nitrogen and sulphur, important elements for human metabolism.
  • Its sulphurous amino acids also help to keep the immune system in good working order.
  • Egg protein can also be consumed by those who have a lactose intolerance or an allergy to milk proteins.
  • Egg protein not only promotes muscle growth, but also prevents water accumulation under the skin.

Properties of egg protein 

Egg protein is efficiently absorbed by the organism due to its high biological value. It is a vital product in order to keep the body in a good state of health, due to its sulphur content and its special amino acids.

Essential amino acids are those that our organism cannot synthesise on its own and that must be obtained through food. Once the egg is consumed, it is easily hydrolysed by the body to be broken down into amino acids that will serve as building units to repair tissues and muscles, apart from its many other functions.

Its BCAA's or branched chain amino acids content also stimulate the body to generate and promote muscle development.

Egg is one of the foods that is most closely linked to the world of fitness, perhaps because its excellent nutritional value is ideal for the athlete. Following a diet rich in high biological value proteins is essential in order to enjoy an optimal state of health. This food is one of the vital macronutrients for people that practice sports.

Egg proteins are very low in fat and prevent fluid retention under the skin and promote muscle definition, which is very important for sportspeople and athletes that participate in competitions.

It is also a food that should be kept in mind when following a weight control diet. Apart from all the previous properties, it should also be added that it only provides 49 Kcal per 100 grams, despite being very versatile and satisfying.

Egg protein is recommended for:

  • High-performance athletes
  • Strength athletes
  • As a protein source in a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet
  • To define muscles as much as possible before sports competitions

What does egg protein contain?

Egg proteins have a 100% natural egg. However, eggs also have saturated fat and cholesterol, which is why it is advisable to consume the egg protein instead.

What are the symptoms of an egg protein deficiency?

Egg protein can be replaced by other protein sources, so any deficiency will not be of egg protein exclusively. The most common protein deficiency symptoms are the following ones:

  • Muscle breakdown
  • Growth disorders
  • Hair loss
  • Organ damage 
  • Increased susceptibility to illness

Egg protein, intake and mode of administration

Athletes need to consume a higher amount of protein than the rest of the population. They may need to consume 2 grams per kilo of body weight.

This product should be taken just before or after the training session. Egg protein is easily digested and actively stimulates the formation and further development of muscle.

Moreover, egg protein does not have lactose nor milk proteins, so it can be consumed by those who suffer from milk allergies or who have a lactose intolerance. Egg protein is favoured by athletes because it increases their strength before a competition since it reduces water retention in subcutaneous tissues.

Side effects of consuming egg white powder

Egg white powder is considered a safe food. However, some people who have egg allergies may experience unwanted symptoms after its consumption, such as digestive discomfort, rashes, angioedemas, and even anaphylactic shock in the most serious cases.

Keep in mind that egg albumin is a protein-rich food, therefore, it should always be consumed according to the recommended daily amounts.

Egg protein is recommended:

  • For athletes
  • For sportspeople
  • To shape your body 
  • For people who are lactose or milk protein intolerant

The experts' opinion on egg protein

1. Egg protein enhances the immune system

Research in the field of orthomolecular medicine shows that abundant sulphurous amino acids, for example the methionine and cysteine amino acids contained in egg protein, play an important role in the human immune system.

2. Egg protein promotes optimal muscle building and development.

A Canadian study has shown that 20 grams of egg protein promotes optimal muscle development after training. At the same time, it reduces muscle mass loss and accelerates regeneration.

3. Egg protein has no side effects or interactions with medications.

Using an egg protein according to the recommended intake is completely safe and has no side effects or contraindications. However, if you have kidney or liver damage, or are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your doctor before consuming egg protein.

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