So we have previously spoken about eggs, but we feel we need to go deeper into explaining what the difference between eggs and eggs white.
An egg is one of the most versatile foods available and is valuable role in providing a healthy diet for all and especially bodybuilders, gym goers and those taking part in activity.
A whole egg contains about 6 grams of high quality protein.
Before you go on to say what about the egg fat they contain?
The white part of the egg contains no fat what so ever, on the other hand, the yolk of an egg (yellow) contains about 5 grams of fat BUT only a small proportion of this is saturated fat (Bad Fat) – about 1.6 grams.
So bodybuilders who are seeking to bulk up muscle, are in particular need for fat in foods at a time when they have high-energy requirements for growth but limited appetites.
Eggs however, do contain cholesterol but it is generally accepted that dietary cholesterol does not raise blood cholesterol levels. Eggs are easily digested and are useful in ensuring a balanced diet!
Liquid egg white can be found in carterns and can be easily bought online, in supermarkets.
They are also very high in vitamins, such as A, E, K and a a few B too! Eggs contain amino acids which are the building blocks of protein and are need in muscle recovery.
You can have eggs in various ways, to help you spice up your diet. Boiled, steamed, fired, baked, scrambled and microwaved are just a few way you can eat this versatile protein bomb!
This Post was written by Dane @Fitn3ssF4n