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Egg whites or protein powder? - 12-27-2014, 01:30 AM

Recently stopped drinking protein powered and started drinking egg whites with kefir and I honestly feel better, may be the kefir but I don't have as bad of prot farts anymore what's your guys take on the egg whites as far as a replacement for protein powder?
   
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They both have their place. I get bad gas from some PP. Especially concentrates.

But I've also gotten them from over consumption of EW's too.
   
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12-27-2014, 11:26 AM

My shakes (thanks to the advice from guys on this board) are pretty broad-based, so no one ingredient pre***inates. I have been using whole milk, natural peanut butter, bananas, raw eggwhites, protein powder (Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass) and cottage cheese...no gas, good results.
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12-27-2014, 12:43 PM

Thanks for the feedback guys, I'll throw in some pb and bananas and see how that works out.
   
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Anytime you use food then it is always better for you.
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12-27-2014, 02:57 PM

Use both. Find a protein powder that doesn't bother your gut. Try a high quality hydrolyzed isolate. Those are usually bullet proof. Use liquid egg whites as the liquid for mixing it in. U can even throw in a few raw whole eggs, if you're not worried about food borne illnesses; personally I'm not. The whole eggs add good quality fats and make it creamier. U can't taste them, and once their mixed in the shake tastes better anyway.

The research shows that multiple types of protein together actually make the optimal shake. U could even add some powdered beef protein to it. The more different sources of protein in your shake, the better.
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