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Jay Robb Egg White Protein Unflavored -- 24 oz


Jay Robb Egg White Protein Unflavored
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Jay Robb Egg White Protein Unflavored -- 24 oz

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Jay Robb Egg White Protein Unflavored Description

  • The Best Tasting Protein on the Planet
  • Soy, Sugar, Gluten, and Lactose Free!
  • Easy to Mix!
  • Nothing Artificial
  • Derived From Chickens Not Treated with Hormones!
  • Non-GMO

Offering Only The Best!

Since 1988, the Jay Robb Corporation has been producing what we feel are the best-tasting protein powders on the planet. To the best of our knowledge, we were the first company in the world to create a whey protein powder made with stevia and raw materials derived from cows not treated with rBGH (a synthetic growth hormone).

 

We have taken a strong stance against the use of artificial sweeteners and flavors. You will find neither in our high-quality formulas–nor will you find preservatives, MSG, or artificial colors.

 

Jay Robb Egg White Protein powder is unique and famous for its natural flavor systems. The egg white protein raw material is derived from chickens not given growth hormones. The protein is flash pasteurized for safety, with no additional heating used during the final processing. One taste of our easy-to-mix delicious Egg White Protein, and you'll be a fan for life!


Directions

Take one scoop daily to supplement your diet with additional protein. Mixes easily with 12 oz. water, milk, juice, or yogurt.
Free Of
MSG, acesulfame-K, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, artificial colors, aspartame, sucralose, lactose and GMOs

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (33 g)
Servings per Container: Approx. 21
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories115
Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g0%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium371 mg15%
Potassium335 mg10%
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Sugars less than0
Protein25 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium3%
Iron<1%
AMINO ACID PROFILE PER SERVING
Isoleucine (Branched Chain Amino Acid)1756 mg*
Leucine (Branched Chain Amino Acid)2760 mg*
Valine (Branched Chain Amino Acid)2258 mg*
Alanine2007 mg*
Arginine1882 mg*
Aspartic Acid3327 mg*
Cystine878 mg*
Glutamine4266 mg*
Glycine1129 mg*
Histidine753 mg*
Lysine2072 mg*
Methionine1222 mg*
Phenylalanine1914 mg*
Proline1255 mg*
Serine2226 mg*
Threonine1473 mg*
Tryptophan534 mg*
Tyrosine1287 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Pure extracted egg white albumin and non-GMO sunflower lecithin.

(Allergen Information) Contains: Eggs This product is manufactured in a facility that processes other products which may contain soy, dairy, wheat, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, peanuts, and eggs and may contain traces of all of the above.
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Top 5 Alternatives to Whey Protein

It's safe to say that protein powder isn't just for bodybuilders anymore. The health benefits of a high-protein diet have become more and more apparent for all body types and fitness levels. But with all the options out there, deciding which type of protein powder to take can be quite confusing – especially since many modern diets strive to avoid dairy products or prefer to steer clear of animal products altogether. Why is this an issue? Because for a while, protein powders were almost exclusively made with whey protein, which is derived from cow’s milk. 

But the rise of specialty diets created a high demand for new breeds of protein – from gluten-free formulas to purely plant-based protein sources. Now, the possibilities are nearly endless – but which one is right for you?

Alternatives to Whey Protein Displayed in Protein Powder Scoops | Vitacost.com/Blog

 

What are the health benefits of protein?

"Protein" isn't just a line on a nutrition labels or something only meatheads obsess over. It’s actually part of our DNA and plays a role in nearly every bodily function. Proteins are whole molecules, which are comprised of several different amino acids. Each amino acid plays a different role – we literally cannot live without them. Adequate amino acid levels are necessary to keep our bodies’ systems healthy. In addition to this, there are nine amino acids (known as the essential amino acids), which we don’t produce and can only be obtained through our diets. You’ll often hear the term “complete” protein. Complete proteins contain all nine essential amino acids.

Is a protein powder really necessary?

While your diet doesn’t need to be particularly high in protein, it’s very important that you consume an adequate amount. For restrictive or allergen-friendly diets, this might be difficult. While various nuts, legumes and grains contain decent amounts of protein, diets calling for little to no meat can certainly benefit from supplementing with a flavorful powder. Keep in mind that a protein powder is not used as a replacement for real food (nothing trumps whole food!). But powders can certainly help balance our nutrition, especially when we’re pinched for time.

High-quality protein powders are isolated from their food sources and are generally low in fat and carbohydrates. For those of us who are in the gym and looking to build muscle or create definition, a little extra protein goes a long way!

So what types of protein are there?

Scroll through the list below for the top five non-GMO, gluten- and lactose-free alternatives to whey protein.

1. Hemp protein

The king of all plant sources, hemp is a complete protein, containing adequate amounts of all nine essential amino acids. It also has an impressive amount of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), making it ideal for lean muscle growth and recovery. Hemp is an excellent source of both omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial to heart and joint health. To top it all off, hemp protein doesn’t need any additives or preservatives thanks to its naturally delicious, nutty flavor.*

2. Pea protein

Pea protein is the second best plant source. With 20-25 grams of protein per scoop, pea protein rivals whey in potency. It has also gained recent popularity for its weight-management benefits. Popular TV doctors have suggested that pea protein helps us stay full between meals. It also mixes easily and has an excellent BCAA content, making it a perfect choice for a post-workout protein shake.

3. Egg white protein powder

Egg white protein powder is known for being incredibly bioavailable. This means that it’s extremely easy for our bodies to absorb and there is often little to no waste. Furthermore, egg whites are naturally free of fat and cholesterol and are very low in calories. They are also a complete protein, and contain a very high BCAA content (even higher than whey!). Jay Robb’s egg white protein is non-GMO and derived from chickens not treated with growth hormones.

4. Brown rice protein

With nearly 25 grams of protein per scoop (or 12 grams per tablespoon), rice protein is another great option that gives whey a run for its money. Like egg and hemp, rice protein is also a complete protein. It’s well known for its excellent iron content, containing over 10% Daily Value per one tablespoon. There are often concerns that rice protein will contain many carbohydrates due to its source. The protein is entirely isolated, however, and contains only 2 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon – and zero fat, to boot!

5. Plant protein blends

Can’t decide which one is right for you? Perhaps a blend of proteins is the perfect match. Sunwarrior offers a unique mix of protein from peas, hemp seeds and even cranberries. This protein has become quite popular among vegan and non-vegan dieters alike. Users love this blend, because it provides only 100 calories per scoop, is easily digestible and packed with nutrients… plus, it has a great taste.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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