Optimum Nutrition 100% Egg Protein
Early civilizations considered the egg to be sacred because it represented the miracle of life. Unfortunately, the egg hasn't always been seen in such a favorable light. Over the past two decades, the egg has come under increased scrutiny and some health professionals have caused the egg to become a symbol of high cholesterol. As a direct result the consumption of eggs has decreased, and many consumers have avoided this dietary staple altogether. Well, the tides of the dietary ocean are turning once again and from the looks of it, the egg is primed to make a strong comeback and restore its once solid reputation.
What are the Major Benefits of the Egg?
The egg is a nutrient-dense food. First of all, it is a complete protein source meaning that the egg contains all of the eight essential amino acids necessary for muscle growth and maintenance. In addition to providing high-
: 2 Pounds
: Egg Protein
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One scoop supplies the following ingredients:
Calories - 100
Total Carbohydrate - 4 g, 1%
Dietary Fiber - 1 g, 4%
Sugars - 0 g
Protein - 22 g, 44%
Calcium - 20 mg, 2%
Iron - 0.6 mg, 4%
Phosphorus - 50 mg, 6%
Magnesium - 23 mg, 6%
Sodium - 340 mg, 15%
Potassium - 390 mg, 10%
Ingredients: Pasteurized Egg Albumen (including the following protein fractions: Ovalbumin, Ovotransferrin, Ovomucoid, Ovomucin and Lysozyme), Cocoa, Artificial Flavor, Aspartame.
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