No added flavours, sweeteners or colourings Zealea EGG White powder is packaged in New Zealand..
Egg White protein powder is an excellent natural source of high quality protein, containing virtually no fat or carbohydrates.
- Resealable 1kg bag with scoop
- Over 80g of protein per 100g powder
- Great for drinks,cooking or baking
- Pasteurised (safe unlike raw egg white)
- Ratio for reconstitution is 1 part egg to 7 parts water.
1kg Egg powder, provides approx 260 eggs.
Please Note: Ingredients and Nutrition Information will vary for Unflavoured Egg White Protein.
Servings Size: 30g (2 scoops)
Servings Per Container: 33.3
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat 0.1g
Saturated Fat 0g
Ingrdients: Egg White Powder (99%), Vanilla Flavour, Sweetener (Sucralose).
Tried this in the past before. Nothing special in perticular to report about this product, your typical get white powder. Kudos for taking the hassle out of seperating eggs.
Mixibility is average, also like the reviewer below i found the flavour to be quite bland and lacking
Give it a go if you havent
Had my first ever serving of this morning and I was very impressed how easy it is to shake on my shaker. I thought the taste was good and it tasted like normal egg whites. I have seen this on my trips away when I have visited different supplement shops. Two things that came to mind is when I first came across this. One must save lots of time in the kitchen and the other is separating the egg whites from the yolk. Overall I would give this a sold ten out of ten.
Formula: 10/10 24.5g protein per serve with only 1.1g carb? Yes please. Perfect for low carb days!
Flavour 6/10: So the low carb translates to the flavour - it really doesnt taste of anything I can put my finger on. It's unflavoured but has kind of .. well.. guess you could say an egg white aftertaste? Not sure coz I don't eat egg normally in any way shape or form.
Not normally a bit clincher for a product for me, but in a standard shaker, this thing clumps like crazy. The clumps that stayed in the shaker were held suspended in an almost cobweb looking froth!
Overall: 7/10 If you were that way inclined that you wanted to explore an egg whey option you might need to consider a blender or magic bullet for mixing rather than a shaker. Hell, even a steel ball (which I dont use for reviews for consistency between products). The whey is a little more expensive per KG but again, I'm not sure what the benefits are, but know that some people have to opt for this over regular whey.