Eggs contain large amounts of important nutrients, providing you with impressive health benefits.
Raw eggs have all the same benefits as cooked eggs and quite nutritious. Eating raw eggs or foods containing it raises concerns of salmonella food poisoning. Another factor is of your absorption of some of these nutrients, causing a decrease?
Rich in high-quality protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, eye-protecting antioxidants and various other nutrients.
One (1) whole, large raw egg (50 grams) contains:
- Calories: 72
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 13% of the RDI
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): 8% of the RDI
- Phosphorus: 10% of the RDI
- Folate: 6% of the RDI
Also, one (1) raw egg contains 147 mg of choline, an essential nutrient important for healthy brain function. Raw eggs are also high in lutein and zeaxanthin. These ARE ALL important antioxidants to protect your eyes, reducing the risks of age related eye diseases.
Related: The Egg Diet Plan
It’s important to note that almost all the nutrients are in the yolk. The white consists of protein.
Although protein concentrate quality is important, the amount you consume is crucial.
Replacing meals with a breakfast drink may help you reduce your daily calories. This helps you in loosing weight. Vegetables themselves DO NOT provide adequate amounts of amino acids. Combining other plant sources such as soy, grains and oats/oatmeal can make it complete.
One product I would be suggesting is IsoPure Protein Powder, 1lb (454g) unflavoured. No fat, carbs, sugars and lactose, no added colours, flavors or sweeteners.
The IsoPure Protein Powder also comes in a 3lb (1.36kg) bag. Also available in different flavours: Coffee/Espresso and Coffee/Colombian Coffee.
Related: Whey Protein Isolate vs Concentrate: What’s the difference?
Protein Smoothie Ingredients:
- Soy Milk
- IsoPure Protein Power
- Greek yogurt (being easy to digest)
- flavoured protein power (being very quick to digest)
IsoPure Protein Powder is that on its own, as a protein shake WILL NOT provide a feeling of fullness. Mixing it with a banana or soy milk will definitely give your body a gradual digestive breakfast drink.