Cage-free barn eggs
In cage-free systems, hens live inside large barns where they can walk limitlessly, perch where they please, and lay their eggs in nests for an improved quality of life.
The holy grail
of your diet
Tired of cracking eggs and separating whites from yolks? We listened to your prayers and developed a first-line fitness food that's perfect for your culinary recipes and protein shakes: 100% Liquid Egg White.
Nutritionally speaking, egg white, also known as albumin, is a nutrient-dense food loaded with protein and free of fat. Quite a few impressive health credentials, don't you think? But the list goes on!
Egg white contains the majority of the protein found inside the whole egg. It's the gold standard to which all other protein sources are compared, due to its bioavailability. And for that reason, it is a must-have food for anyone who wants to increase their protein intake to further the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
As clean as it gets
Egg white is a perfect option for those allergic to soy or dairy, and suitable for ovo-lacto-vegetarian and paleo diets. Derived exclusively from albumin, no extra ingredients or thickeners are added. Through advanced pasteurisation and filtration processes, all the bacteria as well as the slimy texture are removed, leaving the egg white’s nutrient profile intact.
Whipping the peaks from soft to stiff
The ultra-convenient liquid form of Prozis Egg White provides you with a quick and easy way to increase and improve your daily protein intake, helping you meet your diet and fitness goals. So go ahead and scramble away... the possibilities are plentiful!
Egg White Omelet
- 105g of Prozis Egg White
- ½ cup of chopped spinach
- ½ of chopped onion
- 5 chopped cherry tomatoes
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Preheat the oven to 200°C.
- Grease a frying pan with olive oil, add the onion and let stand for four minutes.
- Add the spinach and stir until wilted. Remove from heat and set aside.
- Beat the egg whites to soft peaks, season with salt and pepper, then add the spinach and tomatoes.
- Put in a form and bake for 15 minutes.
- 175g of Prozis Egg White
- 250g of grated coconut
- 30g of granulated sweetener
- A pinch of salt
- Beat the egg whites to stiff peaks.
- Continue beating and add the sweetener, grated coconut, and finally a pinch of salt.
- After all is added, beat for another minute.
- Line a baking tray with butter paper, shape the batter into balls and place them on the paper.
- Preheat the oven to 180°C and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Nota: recomendamos que consulte um médico ou nutricionista se tiver algumas questões relacionadas com a utilização deste produto. A informação nutricional pode variar, dependendo do sabor.
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