Article At A Glance:
What Is Egg White Protein?
Egg white protein is Designer Physique’s protein powder made from freeze dried egg whites and made into a convenient and versatile protein supplement. For everything you could want to know about egg whites, their benefits and their nutritional value, have a read of our previous blog .
Why choose egg white protein over the others?
With so many amazing and different protein supplements available, you might be wondering why choose egg white protein? Designer Physique has many great quality protein supplements available, it’s certainly not a case of which one is better but rather which one is best suited to the individual person. As everybody’s body is individual and has different needs, there are certain ingredients you either thrive off or should avoid, which ultimately helps to decide which protein is best suited to the individual person. Here is a comparison highlighting the main functionalities of each supplement to give a better understanding of what is best suited.
How does the protein content compare?
Here is how the different types of protein compare when it comes to protein content in a 30g serving size:
- Carob protein contains 2g of protein
- Soy protein contains 4g of protein
- Egg white contains 24g of protein
- Sprouted brown rice contains 15g of protein
- Pea contains 8g of protein
- Whey contains 6g of protein
Which type of protein is best for who..
All our protein powders are functional in different ways, however our egg white protein is most suited to someone who has intolerances(such as people on FODMAP diets, or who have legume sensitivities) to the other protein types (Brown Rice, Pea, Whey). Given its low calories, carbohydrates and no sugar, it is suited to someone who is trying to lose body fat, has to watch their sugar intake due to a metabolic disease such as diabetes, or someone who is trying to up their protein intake without the added calories. For someone who wants added protein to their everyday cooking for themselves and their family, egg white protein is a great option as it mixes easily into cooking, you can even make scrambled egg whites from it! It is also a great option for someone looking to bulk up their diet with extra nutrients, whether that’s to gain weight, build muscle or both. Lastly, the nutritional benefits that egg whites have to offer, which we touched on in the previous blog are a great reason to consider this as the most appropriate protein supplement for them.
What are some ways I can add more protein in my day to day?
Mixing up a protein shake as a snack is the obvious and easy option here, but for some people this just doesn’t cut it. Some other great ways to add more protein into your daily eating are by getting creative in the kitchen with some delicious snacks! Check out our recipes to give you some inspiration for some delicious and healthy treats. Another thing you can do is add protein powder into the things you already eat and cook, for example, mixing protein powder into your morning yoghurt and granola or mixing it into your smashed avocado on toast.
The “white” choice for you
Nomatter which protein powder you choose to fuel your body with, the main thing to remember is that you are adding it to an already nutritious and balanced diet. Remember they are called supplements not replacements for a reason! If after reading this, you think that egg white protein is the “white” choice for you (what a cracking pun), try our egg white protein today!