Universal - Milk & Egg Protein
- 01-14-2003, 02:23 AM
- 01-14-2003, 04:26 PM
Egg Protein - Once deemed the "golden standard" of proteins, while this reputation has faded a bit, never count out this old school protein. Derived from...you guessed it...eggs
*Illustrious amino acid profile
*Provides a complete protein source
*Conveinet and can be used in the making of baked goods, etc.
*Egg/Casein blend is decent to say the least, if its cheap, its a good "feeding protein" but Id just drink a couple large glasses of milk and save my money
01-14-2003, 04:39 PM
Most of the good, big online discount supp stores will carry it, or you could just buy it from Universal's site. They sell up to 30lbs I think (though priced at a few hundred dollars). I like the product tho... You should mebbe look at their Whegg as well, possibly a better choice depending on yer goals. I like Optimum's 100% Egg myself. Tastes very, very good if you're looking for other prot sources. Of course... you could always eat eggs and cottage cheeseOriginally posted by Nelson
Anyone used it?
How is it?
Where can I get some?
01-14-2003, 11:16 PM
Any other recommendations
I`m looking for the most cost effective way to make a MRP.
I plan to use egg and mix it with milk.
I`m trying to decide between the following:
*ISS Research Complete Egg Albumen Power - 1fast sells 20lbs of it for $150;
*ProteinCustomizers Egg protein which is $4 per lb; &
*Univeral`s Egg & Milk protein.
But as YJ pointed out, I`d be better off just using some milk with the egg.
I think I`ll end up ordering 5-10 lbs of ProteinCustomizer`s Egg protein.
Unless someone else has a better idea.
01-15-2003, 09:41 PM
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