Egg White Protein
MRMs Egg White Protein has the highest biological value because of essential amino acids and sulfur-containing proteins naturally occurring all of which can be used by the body for healthy muscle maintenance. In addition to being extremely high in protein, egg whites contain no cholesterol, fats, or carbohydrates. This helps you reach your daily protein requirements without worrying about unwanted macronutrient additions.
Egg White Protein is perfect for all age groups and active lifestyles. It offers a source of protein that is 100% derived from egg albumen, and is produced from a superior extraction process allowing for easy mixability and digestion, while providing a foundation of essential amino acids. It easily mixes with any liquid, and tastes better than traditional egg white proteins.
One unique use of egg white protein is that it is lactose free. Lactose intolerance is one of the most common problems people face and depending on your level of sensitivity, you may or may not be able to tolerate a whey protein powder.
Protein is made up of amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of your muscles and body. Your stomach begins to digest the proteins with Hydrochloric Acid that breaks them down into simpler forms (Di and Tri-Peptides) making them easier to be absorbed. When proteins get absorbed into the bloodstream, they are sent to various parts of your body to perform various functions, including repairing and building muscle tissues, supporting your immune system, and transporting oxygen in your red blood cells.*
Having a sufficient amount of protein will put you in a positive nitrogen balance, or an anabolic state. Being in an anabolic state will allow you to build muscle, burn body fat and stay energized.* On the contrast, if you have a negative nitrogen balance because of inadequate and inconsistent protein intake you risk being in a catabolic state (muscle breakdown). Consuming protein each meal throughout the day will ensure you have an adequate supply of amino acids without consuming a surplus of calories.
Protein needs differ from person to person. Individuals that exercise need more daily protein intake than those that do not exercise. The intensity of the exercise also dictates how much protein one needs to build lean muscle.
Egg white protein offers a complete protein, which means it provides all of the essential amino acids your body needs, but cannot make on its own. The amino acids are used to build and repair body tissue like lean muscle.