100% Egg Protein Reviews
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100% Egg Protein is an Egg Protein Powder manufactured by Optimum. It is a highly effective and bio-available protein that is great for helping build muscle which can speed metabolism and also lead to fat loss.
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I have at home now over 6 tubs to cover me protein needs.
Ingredient profile 9/10 :
Egg protein is has a very high biological value (BV),is non-Dairy, lactose free.
This means it is very easy to digest and the body can use most of it with no waste.
Each serving(32.5g) contains 24 g of pure protein, high in BCAAs.
It is medium a digesting protein, but i personally also take it after workout mixed with instantized BCAAs.
It has became my favorite source of protein, thanks to 0 sideffects. Even when i had no problems with milk, whey gave me almost everytime some gas and BAD farts.
Value 7/10 :
27 servings (2lbs) for 35 USD. Unfortunately it is quite expensive ....
Mixes very easily, no clumps. perfect.
Taste 5/10 :
Sorry, but taste is bad. Both Vanilla and Chocolate have a very acid taste. Hope they are going to improve in near future
Excellent source of protein, with no bloating at all or stomach discomfort. Best choice for people who have trouble with Whey/milk derived products.
Downside : bad taste and quite expensive.
I bought the Rich Chocolate flavor and think the taste is as good as it can probably get. Although it has a bit of a foul smell and if you leave your shaker bottle unwashed for a day it smells like an animal died in your cup... so wash it! However, the taste is not awful and is definitively drinkable.
I use a blender ball shaker and I never have any clumps or protein after shaking vigorously for 30 seconds.
I have to say, compared to my work out partner that uses whey protein, I feel his gains are probably better than mine, but that can be contributed to a huge number of factors, so it's hard to tell if taking egg vs whey is the reason. However, I drink 48 grams 3 times a day and I believe it does add lean muscle.
In addition to 24 grams of protein per serving, it has EAAs, CAAs and NAAs to aid in your covery. Some say egg protein is more bio-available than whey, but I'm not sure I believe either way. No lactose, obviously, and no sugar. It does seem to have a high amount of sodium per serving... about 420mg (18% DV) per 24 grams of protein. So if you take 2 scoops, 3 times a day like me then you met your DV of sodium intake in just protein.
At about $37 shipped and each tub (2 pounds) lasts me about 2 weeks, its a bit pricey. You definitely get a better deal with whey protein.
For someone that cannot drink whey, I think this is the best alternative and I trust ON's product line. If it was a bit cheaper I think I would be happier.