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Egg Protein Powder

Egg protein is a easily digested lactose-free protein source. May be preferred by those who do not tolerate dairy foods.

Egg protein is used to increase your intake of protein to prevent dietary deficiencies in order to promote the development of muscle mass and support recovery after workouts. A complete protein, egg protein gives your body a full supply of amino acids. Most egg protein supplements on the market today are made only from egg whites, making them low in fat and cholesterol. Lactose-intolerant men and women and ovo-lacto vegetarians are most likely to benefit from egg protein supplements.

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Egg Protein: More Information

Nutritional experts recommend protein supplements for anyone who is working out in order to build muscle, burn fat or improve athletic performance. As the primary fuel for muscle repair and development, protein helps to prevent muscle breakdown and is shown to improve the rate at which results from exercise become evident. Supplements help athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts ensure that their body's protein requirements are fully met on a daily basis.


Egg protein is a complete protein supplement option, which means that a serving provides some of all of the amino acids that the human body requires. Usually made from the whites of chicken's eggs, egg protein is suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarian diets and for those who are lactose intolerant. In addition, egg protein is a natural source of B complex vitamins needed to support the metabolism, antioxidant vitamin A and vitamin D, which are needed to support healthy bones.


Sportsfuel carries egg protein supplements in a wide range of flavours and package sizes. You can see all of the egg protein options available here on this page or contact us for assistance finding the right supplement for your diet.


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