Egg Protein 1000g

Egg Protein 1000g

  • Protein powder from chicken eggs
  • Very easy to absorb
  • Protein from 260 chicken egg-whites per pack
  • Rich in essential amino acids
  • Does not contain cholesterol
  • Good alternative to milk protein (whey/casein)
  • Free from lactose
Quality tested annually by independent laboratory.
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Pasteurisation means it is easier to digest than raw egg


1000 grams



Mix 1 measuring scoop of Egg Protein (30 grams) with 200-300 ml of water, milk, fruit juice or use your own favourite recipe.


Take 1 to 1.5 scoop of Egg Protein before and/or after exercise or when your food does not contain sufficient protein. Protein contributes to maintaining or increasing muscle mass and maintaining normal bones. A varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important.


Natural flavour

  • Egg albumin
  • emulsifier; sunflower lecithin

Vanilla flavour

  • Egg albumin
  • vanilla aroma
  • emulsifier; sunflower lecithin
  • sweetener; sucralose

Chocolate flavour

  • Egg albumin
  • skimmed cocoa powder
  • natural aroma
  • emulsifier; sunflower lecithin
  • sweetener; sucralose

The primeval protein shake

Before the emergence of protein-powder shakes, there was the raw egg shake. Many old-school bodybuilders ‘enjoyed’ their daily protein drink made with a dozen eggs. A fast, protein-rich shake that works well!

But the taste and texture of raw eggs is not to everyone’s taste. Those who prefer tasty ways to reap the rewards of the restorative and muscle-building benefits of protein can now make their own delicious protein shakes with Egg Protein from Power Supplements.

By the way: the amino acids in Egg Protein powder are easier absorbed than the amino acids from raw egg protein, thanks to the pasteurisation of the protein powder. Heating the chicken egg protein can increase digestion from 50% to as much as 90%.

Taste and texture of chicken egg protein powders

For years there have been protein powders based on chicken egg protein alongside the more common milk protein powders. The taste and texture of these protein powders is often below par, just like the raw egg protein shake.

A clever production process means Egg Protein has a very mild taste and a much better texture. There is also very little foaming. This foaming is often an issue in chicken egg protein, because essentially, chicken egg is a different protein than whey protein and casein. The difference is in the taste. However, Vanilla and Chocolate flavour Egg Protein are without doubt the best chicken egg protein shake we have tasted in 30 years.

The natural version of Egg Protein can be easily flavoured - with fruit juice for instance.

Protein per shake

Each 30-gram measuring scoop of Egg Protein contains the same amount of protein* as almost 8 chicken eggs (on the basis of eggs weighing 60 grams). A 1000-gram pack contains the protein equivalent of no less than 260 egg whites.

*The ‘egg white’ synonym for ‘protein’ is a handy term to use when talking about chicken protein.

Storage instructions

Store in a dry place, in properly closed packaging at room temperature, protect from sunlight.

Allergen information

Contains chicken egg protein.

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Nutritional value

Per 100 g Per 30 g
Energy 1596 kJ / 380 kcal 478.8 kJ / 114 kcal
Protein 89.0 g 26.7 g
Carbohydrates 1.2 g 0.4 g
- of which sugars 0.1 g 0.0 g
- of which lactose 0.0 g 0.0 g
Fat 0.5 g 0.2 g
- of which Saturated 0.0 g 0.0 g
Fiber 0.3 g 0.1 g
Salt 3.1 g 0.9 g

* Depending on flavour, composition may vary slighlty

Quality tested annually by independent laboratory.
View the laboratory analysis (.pdf)

See also
Pea Protein Isolate 1000g
Pea Protein Isolate 1000g