Egg White Crystals
Go ahead, pick up a typical container of protein powder. Now take a good look at the label. If it’s like many of the protein powders on the market, you’re getting at least 100 calories per serving, and very likely, you are getting far too much sugar. Why should you settle for sugar in your protein powder? Sure, maybe a gram or two, but more than that? No way. Also, did you check the fat grams and total carbs content? Perhaps you are curious about just how many of these popular powders also contain artificial ingredients. Some may even be guilty of amino spiking. These are a few of the reasons Rich was against using a typical protein powder.
Egg White Crystals – 20g protein per serving
One serving contains zero sugar, zero fats, and only 1g of total carbohydrates. Even better, one serving or five mini-scoops are only 90 calories! 5% Egg White Crystals are made from actual egg whites. All the water has been gently evaporated from the egg whites during the manufacturing process.
This approach means they taste better than other types of egg protein, such as dried egg white powder. What about regular flavored egg protein? Now you’re ta