Pure Egg White Protein Powder w/Digestive Enzymes
Eggs are referred to as the "gold standard" for protein quality because they're very easily digested and contain all the essential amino acids. Eggs are much more forgiving to active adults who have sluggish digestion or have trouble with dairy foods or milk-based protein powders. LynFit Egg White Protein is 100 percent egg, and we took the benefits a step further by removing the yolks to significantly lower the fat and cholesterol found in whole eggs. Each scoop of LynFit Egg White Protein packs almost as much protein as six large egg whites, with just three grams of carbs and zero sugars!
Egg White Protein Powder provides every diet from Paleo® to Keto®, including diabetic-friendly egg protein to use in recipes and shakes to keep your body nourished and healthy.
Don’t let labels and fancy marketing fool you; additives (including adding vitamins to protein powders) are for their bottom line, not your health. Our egg white protein contains no additives such as sweeteners, flavors, or colors. LynFit Nutrition is committed to shortening the steps between the farms and your body.
WHAT MAKES LYNFIT EGG WHITE PROTEIN DIFFERENT?
LynFit Egg White Protein is an all-natural whole food powdered egg white that comes from Non-GMO eggs sourced exclusively from U.S. farms. The fresh eggs are processed into a powder in under one day to retain the highest nutritional value. All vital nutrients are retained in their purest form along with a complete amino acid profile.
- 100% bio-available (usable by the body)
- 23 grams of pure protein per serving
- Only 100 calories per serving
- A minimum of 317mg of potassium per serving
- Only four ingredients: Non-GMO egg whites, Papain, Protease (digestive enzymes), Stevia
- Sourced exclusively from U.S. farms
- Eggs processed in under one day to maintain the highest nutritional value
- No added flavors or colors
- Contains all nine essential amino acids plus four non-essential
- A most excellent protein source
LynFit specializes in making products with as few ingredients as possible and ensures there's no filler or anything we need to hide because we know that’s the best way to boost your metabolism!
This is the perfect addition to your plan if you're struggling to lose weight or require a dairy-free source of protein.
With so many protein choices, it can be very confusing. You may have looked at whey, casein, or even vegetarian protein supplements, like pea, soy, or hemp. One that is often overlooked is egg-white protein powder. At LynFit, we specialize in weight loss, so that’s what you’ll find here—proteins that accelerate your weight loss. We don’t carry proteins that slow it the way pea, soy, or vegan sources can.
Adding egg white protein powder to your diet has many benefits and is superior to dairy or plant-based proteins when it comes to weight loss. Whey and casein are both dairy, meaning they're not suitable for those with a dairy allergy. Egg-based protein powders are lactose-free, meaning they're a good replacement for dairy proteins. With around 25 grams of protein in a 30-gram serving, the protein content is very similar to that of whey and casein.
The proteins in egg whites digest at a moderate speed. Whey is a fast-digesting protein, while casein is considered slow-digesting. Because egg-white protein powder falls somewhere in the middle, it keeps muscle protein synthesis going for longer than if you consumed just whey on its own. Many people add one scoop of egg white to one scoop of whey to balance out these speeds.
LynFit Egg White Protein contains all 10 of the amino acids our bodies need to prevent metabolic shutdown. The most important factors when picking a protein supplement is the amino acid content. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Your body can make 10 amino acids, but there are also 10 essential amino acids that must be obtained from food. Any food that contains all 10 of these is known as a complete protein. Egg white powder is a complete protein, whereas plant-based protein powders like rice, soy and pea are incomplete.
While eating whole eggs may be a good way to bump up your protein intake, eggs also come with added fat and calories, which may not be in line with your goals. One large egg contains around five grams of fat and six grams of protein. You'd need four whole eggs to get the same amount of protein as you do in a serving of egg-white powder, which would mean an extra 20 grams of fat. This is not good for weight loss or your health, and that’s why using egg white protein powder is a better option.
Egg whites contain everything you need to build an entire working animal from scratch—all the vitamins, minerals, protein, and fatty acids that make us healthy. Think of egg whites as “supercharged-protein” with extra choline, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin K2, omega-3 fats, vitamin D, and beta-carotene from all the greens and healthy things the chickens ate.
Egg whites have a reputation for:
- Helping to reduce body fat
- Tightening and toning loose, saggy skin
- Preserving and protecting lean muscle tissue
- Killing hunger and cravings
- Improving digestion
- Reducing acidic conditions in the body
- Balancing blood sugar levels
- Being diabetic, Keto®, and Paleo®-friendly and suitable for all diets
- Having the highest PER and lowest carb, sugar, and fat content than any other protein
That's simple... all-natural whole food powdered egg white that comes from Non-GMO eggs sourced exclusively from U.S. farms. That means there are virtually no carbs, no fat, and no cholesterol. The carbs, fats, and cholesterol you save help boost your metabolism and jump-start your weight loss. It is simply the most complete form of protein, standing head and shoulders above the rest.
The average person requires one (1) gram of protein per pound of lean body weight per day. Example: If you weigh 150 pounds, but you have 25 pounds of fat to lose (thin goal weight), your lean body weight would be 125 pounds. That means you require 125 grams of protein per day. If you're trying to lose weight, the leaner, the better.
When it comes to weight loss and boosting metabolism, it's better to spread this protein throughout the day, so your body uses it vs. storing it. For example, if you eat five meals per day, you would aim to have 25 grams of protein at each meal to nail your 125 grams per day of protein.
What if you're doing the metabolic boosting plan to encourage your body to shed fat? No worries. Simply use the egg white protein for 1-2 of your meals each day, so your body gets a variety of protein sources. This will help to boost your metabolism, and if you feel your body needs more protein, add a shake.
Unlike foods like chicken breast, LynFit shakes won't slow weight loss the way overeating other sources can due to the higher calories and fats they contain. *NOTE: Using different types of metabolic boosting proteins is best for boosting a sluggish metabolism and helps break up the monotony.
Rapid weight loss and daily exercise place demand on the body. It's better to have too much of this type of protein vs. not enough so your skin stays tight and your body stays nourished. Protein is the building block of muscle, preventing body fat formation, stopping weight gain, and encouraging weight loss.
Consuming the right amount of protein is the best way to nourish hair, skin, and nails. Egg white protein (all LynFit proteins) are perfect sources of protein for all types of diets, including gastric bypass. From chemotherapy patients to kids, world-class athletes to bodybuilders, and everyone in between.
Drink it in a smoothie. No matter what you mix it with you won't taste the egg whites. They have a deliciously smooth texture that is very different from whey so you may have to experiment with your usual recipes to master egg whites.
Bake with it. You can also cook and bake with the egg white protein. In fact, for any recipe that calls for egg whites, you can use the egg white powder by reconstituting it. Cooking and baking burn off part of the protein, but as long as you're not consuming the egg whites cooked for every meal, you shouldn’t have to worry about it.
Reconstituting your egg white protein powder makes it just like the liquid egg whites we all cook and bake with. You could even make an omelet with it if you'd like. Reconstituting egg whites is as simple as adding some warm water to you your egg white powder. Most of the time 2-3 tablespoons per scoop of powder is all it takes.
Here's another idea: Add it to your coffee for a protein-packed, on-the-go, metabolic boosting breakfast!
Can't get enough protein into your kids? Mix one (1) scoop into their milk, pour over cereal or make them a smoothie. Kids also love egg white protein made into scrambled chocolate egg whites with strawberries on top.
Use your imagination. Wherever you see whey, you can substitute egg whites instead. The texture may be different, but the protein is still great.
Nutritional Label: Download the Egg White Protein labels by clicking on the name below
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Servings Per Container: About 31
How much to take and when: Consistency and frequency matter! Suggested Usage: In a shaker cup or blender, add one (1) heaping scoop of Egg White Protein and one (1) cup of cold water. Mix until desired consistency.
For weight loss, have an Egg White Protein Shake for breakfast and again as an afternoon snack.
Rapid Weight Loss: Replace two (2) meals per day with an Egg White Protein Shake.
Moderate Weight Loss: Replace one (1) meal per day with an Egg White Protein Shake.
Maintenance: Enjoy at least one (1) Egg White Protein Shake daily whenever you feel like as a dessert, replace a meal, or as desired throughout your day.
Fit and Active Lifestyles: You can add an additional shake after you exercise to replace lost nutrients and encourage healing and repair. It can also be taken before workouts or meals for additional protein when needed.
Muscle Growth (men, kids, teens): LynFit Egg White Protein can also be taken before and after workouts or with meals for additional protein when needed for muscle synthesis.
Injury, Recovery, and High Stress: Consume your protein shake within 60 minutes of waking to reduce cortisol levels and add an additional shake as your night time snack to help you sleep, if needed, to help control cortisol and prevent eating the wrong foods.
Teens: LynFit Egg White Protein is a great way to make sure your teen gets the nutrition he or she needs. It's a great grab-and-go healthy meal, and unlike inferior sources of protein, it won't make your teen's face or back break out. *Teens that wrestle or lift weights may have more than one shake per day safely.
Seniors: Enjoy two (2) shakes daily mixed in water or juice. *If weight loss is needed, mix in water instead. Drink more if you exercise or are under a lot of stress physically or emotionally.
Cancer Recovery and Cancer Patients: Enjoy two (2) shakes daily in addition to meals or as needed for recovery, mixed in water if weight loss is needed, or in almond milk or juice if extra calories are required to maintain weight.
Diabetic: Use daily to replace high carb meals or 30 minutes before a meal to blunt blood sugar spikes.
High Blood Pressure: Use daily as a meal replacement to help promote weight loss and reduce blood pressure.