When adding a protein powder to your nutrition regimen, you have the choice of a plant-based or animal-based protein. Egg protein and pea protein can both give you about 16-25 grams of protein per approximately 100-calorie serving. Whole eggs contain 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of fat. Pea protein and egg protein are low in fat and cholesterol, good sources of potassium and calcium; and gluten, dairy, and soy-free. Egg white protein fits keto and paleo diets. Both types fit a vegetarian diet, while only pea protein is vegan. These both give a quality source of protein even if you’re not on a specialty diet. For more information, see the following article: Pea Protein vs Egg Protein: Which Protein is Right for You?
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