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Your egg-stra source of protein
Pasteurised high protein egg whites
Source of protein:
Protein contributes to muscle growth
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.
For a protein-enriched diet
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. All bacteria are removed through advanced pasteurisation and filtration processes, leaving the egg white's nutrient profile intact.
Crack the egg
Take 1 serving per day.
To make 1 serving, add 2 scoops (30 g) of powder to 250 mL of water or any beverage you prefer.
Shake well for 5 seconds.
Your flavourful choice
Note: We recommend you consult a physician or nutritionist if you have any questions regarding the use of this product. Nutritional information may vary depending on flavour.* Images presented are merely for illustrative and promotional purposes only. The product's final image may be altered.
May contain milk, soya and gluten. This product contains eggs.
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