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    Egg Whites

    So I just recently read up on how drinking egg whites your body only gets half the protein. To get full nutritional value they must be cooked. I never knew.... In my prep im 2 1/2 weeks in and been drinking about 18-24 ounces. It depends how much room i can make i try to eat as much as possible. Its for my my breakfast and before bed meals so im home to play with it. Right now i cannot stomach eating that much egg whites. But now after reading up, im worried im not getting all my protein. Any tips? Besides milk and a blender lol i have someone who writes all this out and rather than whine and ask for changes im tryna figure it out on my own and learn something in the process. Thanks fellas.

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    If the egg whites are pasteurized then they are "cooked" and fully utilized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPM3TAL View Post
    If the egg whites are pasteurized then they are "cooked" and fully utilized.

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    With all due respect. I dont see how that could be true at all lol. Got a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBulk798 View Post
    With all due respect. I dont see how that could be true at all lol. Got a link?
    No link just going off memory. My understanding is that eggs contain a protein called avidin that binds the other proteins and makes them hard to digest. Heating the egg whites uncouples this protein making it ineffective and allowing the other prteins and amino acids to be utilized.

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    If there is info that says otherwise I would love to read it, as I get a lot of my protein from egg whites.

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    Egg whites have anti tripsin. Heating deantures the avidin bonds in anti tripsin

    Tripsin is the enzyme that helps digest protein. If it gets disarmed, digestion efficiency is reduced.

    So yes, egg whites have roughly 50% bioavailability.

    You can heat them up slightly in microwave before drinking them. Will solve the issue.

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    Last edited by Rajput; 12-06-2019 at 05:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    Egg whites have anti tripsin. Heating deantures the avidin bonds in anti tripsin

    Tripsin is the enzyme that helps digest protein. If it gets disarmed, digestion efficiency is reduced.

    So yes, egg whites have roughly 50% bioavailability.

    You can heat them up slightly in microwave before drinking them. Will solve the issue.

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    But is the heating process of pasteurization enough to denature these bonds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPM3TAL View Post
    But is the heating process of pasteurization enough to denature these bonds?

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    As far as I know, yes. Im not biochemist.

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    If you like egg whites, just drink more. Problem solved.

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    I would not go crazy with the egg whites, you can still get sick from them, cook them buddy youíll be happy you did

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBulk798 View Post
    With all due respect. I dont see how that could be true at all lol. Got a link?
    Pasteurization is the process of flash heating to sterilize a food product. Hence, it is technically cooked. That's why liquid egg whites are always hazy and have cloudy particulates in them as well, unlike fresh egg whites.

    Learn about what pasteurization is and you'll understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
    I would not go crazy with the egg whites, you can still get sick from them, cook them buddy youíll be happy you did
    Fresh ones yes, but not the boxed ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Fresh ones yes, but not the boxed ones
    I would agree with you buddy and I was under the same belief but I have gotten sick from them... it was terrible.


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    What proteins does the vagina contain? can be eaten raw?

    I always found it quite hot, but I wouldn't want me doing the wrong thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
    I would agree with you buddy and I was under the same belief but I have gotten sick from them... it was terrible.


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    Are you allergic to egg whites by chance? My fiancee is allergic and can eat fully cooked ones (to an extent) but the liquid ones bother her more.

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