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Egg protein powder

  • high-quality French free-range eggs
  • 86% protein!
  • easy to digest
  • neutral taste or flavoured
Egg white protein powder containing 86% protein! Find out more
  • Appetite suppressant
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  • Muscle gain
  • Recovery
  • Powder
  • 500 g
  • 1,2 kg
  • 4 kg
  • 25 kg
  • 110 g (3 servings)
  • Unflavored
  • Chocolate
  • Vanilla
Optimal consumption date: 08/2025
Price unit label €53,90 / kg
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Dosage: Dilute 40 g (3 scoops) in 25 cl of milk or room-temperature mineral water, 3 times a day.
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Dilute 40 g (3 scoops) of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein in 25 cl of milk or room-temperature mineral water, 3 times a day.

Avoid diluting Nutrimuscle egg-white protein in chlorinated water such as tap water, as this would destroy some of the bacteria in GanedenBC30® Bacillus Coagulans.

What is egg Protein powder?

Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is an exceptional source of anabolic amino acids for your muscles. Egg-white protein is the benchmark in terms of protein quality, because its assimilation by your body is perfect.

What are the benefits of egg Protein powder?

Muscle mass gain
Egg protein is very effective for anabolism.

Effectiveness against excess weight
Medical research has long shown that eating eggs accelerates fat loss, especially when dieting. These benefits are mainly explained by the appetite-suppressant effect of eggs.

Flavoured egg white protein and Bacillus coagulans
Nutrimuscle egg-white protein contains GanedenBC30® Bacillus coagulans. This increases the assimilation of amino acids, optimises your health, and fights against digestive issues (such as bloating) that may arise as a result of a high calorie intake or a diet, both of which are particularly rich in protein.
For further details on the benefits of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein, visit the Find out more section.

Nutrimuscle's Egg Protein Powder

Slow assimilation protein obtained by low temperature filtration and pasteurization in a hot chamber of chicken egg whites, Nutrimuscle egg white protein has the aminogram closest to humans, and promotes of muscle growth without fat.
Without transgenic soya lecithin (GMO), aspartame, lactose free, low in carbohydrates and fat, it is a 100% pure egg white protein, which will be perfect for anyone who does not tolerate milk or milk. milk proteins.


Ingredients of Nutrimuscle's Egg Protein Powder

  • Plain powdered egg protein: pasteurised, non-instant (soy-lecithin-free), free-range egg white protein with a reduced salt content.
  • Flavoured egg protein powder: reduced-salt, pasteurised, non-instant (soy-lecithin-free) protein, flavour, Frutafit® HD inulin; sweetener: splenda sucralose, GBI-30 6086 Bacillus coagulans.

Nutritional values of Nutrimuscle's Egg Protein Powder

Nutritional values per 100 g

Egg protein powder:

  • protein : 88,3g
  • Carbohydrates : 4,2g
  • Fat: 0,6g
  • Calories : 375 kcal
  • BCAA : 18,1g

Flavoured egg protein:

  • protein : 83,2g
  • Carbohydrates : 8,7g
  • Fat: 0,6g
  • Calories : 373 kcal
  • BCAA : 17g

Nutritional composition of Nutrimuscle's Egg Protein Powder

NATURE100 g40 g120 g
Proteins88,3 g35,32 g
106 g
Carbohydrates4,2 g1,68 g
5 g
Fats0,6 g0,24 g
0,7 g
Calories373 kcal149,2 kcal
450,5 kcal
1559 kJ
623,6 kJ
1883 kJ
Sodium**500 mg200 mg
600 mg
Potassium**280 mg112 mg
336 mg
Magnesium**50 mg20 mg
60 mg
Phosphorus**95 mg38 mg114 mg
Proteins33,3 g83,2 g99,8 g
Carbohydrates3,5 g8,7 g10,4 g
Fats0,2 g0,6 g0,7 g
Calories149 kcal373 kcal448 kcal
Energy624 kj1559 kj1871 kj
Calcium** 28 mg70 mg84 mg
Potassium** 100 mg250 mg300 mg
Magnesium** 18 mg45 mg54 mg
Sodium** 200 mg500 mg600 mg
Phosphore**36 mg90 mg108 mg

** Minerals: Naturally contained

1 g (gram) = 1000 mg (milligram)

The protein contents indicated in the nutritional composition of Nutrimuscle egg white protein are for 40g, 100g or 120g of powder in the package, which is what you will actually consume.
The values on "dry extract" are therefore not displayed as we explain in our page on our transparency.

Nutrimuscle's Egg Protein Powder aminograms

40 g100 g (1) 100 g (2)
Alanine2148 mg5371 mg 6083 mg
Arginine 2014 mg5036 mg 5703 mg
A. aspartic3561 mg8901 mg 10081 mg
Cystine940 mg 2350 mg 2661 mg
A. glutamic4566 mg 11414 mg 12926 mg
Glycine806 mg2014 mg3422 mg
Histidine806 mg2014 mg2281 mg
Isoleucine**1880 mg4700 mg5323 mg
Leucine**2954 mg7385 mg8364 mg
Lysine2218 mg5544 mg6279 mg
Methionine1308 mg3270 mg3704 mg
Phenylalanine2049 mg5122 mg5801 mg
Proline1343 mg3357 mg3802 mg
Serine2382 mg5956 mg6745 mg
Threonine1577 mg3942 mg
Tryptophan572 mg1429 mg1619 mg
Tyrosine1377 mg3444 mg3900 mg
Valine**2417 mg6043 mg6843 mg
TOTAL35,3 g88,3 g100 g
TOTAL BCAA** 7251 mg18128 mg20530 mg

The amino acid values indicated in the aminogram of Nutrimuscle egg white protein are per 100g of powder in the package (100-1), that is to say what you will actually consume, and for 100g of amino acids (100-2).

The values on "dry extract" are therefore not displayed as we explain in our page on our transparency.

Usage tips

Who is Nutrimuscle egg-white protein for?

Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is for people who want to vary their sources of protein and amino acids, and in particular:

  • Athletes, for muscle development
  • Less active people following a diet, for its appetite-suppressant qualities and fat-loss effect

When should I take Nutrimuscle egg-white protein?

Within 20 minutes of consuming Nutrimuscle egg-white protein, blood amino acid levels begin to rise gradually (much slower than with whey or PeptoPro®; 15). This increase continues for a total of 1.5 hours.
Your amino acid level then remains at its maximum for another hour. Two and a half hours after consumption, amino acid levels begin to decline. Amino acid levels return to normal approximately 5 hours later.
Unlike other proteins, liquid egg-white protein in the shell is best cooked. Protein assimilation from raw liquid egg whites is only 51 % compared to over 90 % for cooked egg whites (16).
Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is heat-treated when it is made, but you can even use it in cooking much to your advantage. In addition, raw liquid egg white remains in your stomach for a very long time, which greatly delays the speed of arrival of the first amino acids in your blood (16).

First thing in the morning
You'll need a high dose of protein to fill your empty stomach first thing in the morning, because at this time your digestive system takes a lot of the protein from that first meal. Upping your intake ensures that your muscles also receive all the protein they need. (1)

Between meals
To build muscle mass quickly, drink 40g of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein between your three main meals to boost your intake of anabolic amino acids.

In the evening
To limit overnight proteolysis, taking 30 g of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein just before bed makes it possible to block nocturnal catabolism and replace it with powerful anabolism.
Before a training session
Taking 20 g of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein one hour before exertion increases the level of anabolic amino acids in the blood and in the muscles, protecting them from catabolism, which is otherwise inevitable during a training session.

During a training session
Dilute 40 g of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein in water and drink every 15 to 20 minutes throughout your training session to prevent fatigue and to nourish congested muscles. This strategy helps maintain a high level of muscle anabolism during a training session. Without this constant supply of anabolic amino acids, muscle protein synthesis is reduced, thus giving way to catabolism.

After a training session
To increase the extent of your post-exercise anabolic response, take 40 g of Nutrimuscle egg-white protein within 30 minutes of training. To increase the anabolic efficiency of the amino acids of the egg-white protein, you can reinforce it with 40 to 100 g of dextrose.

How do I consume Nutrimuscle egg-white protein?

With a natural, slightly salty-sweet taste, Nutrimuscle egg-white protein can be eaten as is or sweetened with Nutrimuscle Sucralose. You can also alter the taste by adding cocoa, coffee, tea, syrup, a strawberry, or a mint leaf. You can also mix it in a fruity shaker: banana, apple, strawberry, etc. Nutrimuscle egg-white protein can also be used in cooking, baking, for delicious pancakes, or in a smooth chocolate cream.

Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is also available in a flavoured version.

How do I prepare and consume my proteins?
Gas generated by the consumption of protein powder does not come from the protein itself. It mainly comes from the temperature of the liquid in which it is diluted. Cold liquid, which is often too cold, consumed several times a day in high quantities (1.5 to 2 litres) creates a thermal shock in the digestive system, causing bloating, gas, or even a case of the runs if you're very sensitive.
Nutrimuscle recommends consuming its protein products in a room-temperature liquid: prepare your protein in the morning in a bottle and then consume throughout the day. This way, you have a smooth, even mixture, because the bubbles have evaporated. So, say goodbye to burps! What's more, the ambient temperature of the contents will not disturb your digestion, so gas is also a thing of the past.

Interactions with other Nutrimuscle products

Add 30 to 100 g of organic oat powder for a customised Weight Gainer.

Synergies between supplements
Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is rich in BCAAs, especially leucine. This amino acid is therefore not a limiting factor to the anabolic effect of egg-white protein. On the other hand, scientific analyses have shown that the first BCAA to limit egg-white protein was valine (13).
If you wish to use BCAAs with your egg-white protein, it's a good idea to opt for BCAA Resistance, which is richer in valine than BCAA Constructors. Nutrimuscle egg-white protein can be used in synergy with whey and improves the assimilation of biotics.

Adverse reactions between supplements
To avoid bloating, Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is not to be taken at the same time as potassium bicarbonate.

Scientific references

  • (1) Pennings B. Exercising before protein intake allows for greater use of dietary protein-derived amino acids for de novo muscle protein synthesis in both young and elderly men. Am J Clin Nutr. 2011 Feb;93(2):322-31.
  • (13) Riazi R. Valine is the first limiting branched-chain amino acid in egg protein. The FASEB Journal. 2002;16:A259.
  • (15) Evenepoel P. 13C-egg white breath test: a non-invasive test of pancreatic trypsin activity in the small intestine. Gut. 2000 Jan;46(1):52-7.
  • (16) Evenepoel P. Digestibility of cooked and raw egg protein in humans as assessed by stable isotope techniques. J Nutr. 1998 Oct;128(10):1716-22.

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Egg-white protein: guaranteed pure raw materials

At Nutrimuscle, we use only the highest quality proteins from the world's leading manufacturers. Nutrimuscle egg-white protein is derived from free-range French hens.
What matters most to us is the quality of the raw materials, your health, and the results you achieve using our nutritional supplements. This quality is essential for proteins such as Nutrimuscle egg-white protein, which is intended for frequent consumption (every day or even several times a day) in large quantities.

High-quality products

Nutrimuscle egg-white protein consists of approximately 250 egg whites per kilo of protein powder. To reconstitute the theoretical value of one kilo of liquid egg white, 125 g of Nutrimuscle egg white protein is added to 875 g of water.

No chemical or genetic manipulation

A simple chemical manipulation (known as "instantaneousisation") can transform poor quality proteins, completely insoluble, into proteins that melt in water. At Nutrimuscle, we prefer to use quality proteins to avoid chemical processes.

Nutrimuscle egg white protein is "non-instant". Therefore, it does not contain transgenic soy lecithin (GMO) or carboxymethylcellulose, and has not been treated with ionising radiation. 

Benefits of Nutrimuscle egg white protein in more detail

Muscle mass gain

A new study shows that compared to a resting situation, for the same amount of protein, the muscles receive 56% more amino acids when the subjects used protein supplements just after training. This better absorption partly explains why protein is 16% more anabolic after exercise (14). 

However, because of this more pronounced anabolism, which consumes protein, blood amino acid levels will fall much more rapidly after exercise than at rest. It is therefore necessary to eat within an hour of the post-exercise snack. Protein should be taken fairly quickly after training, even if you use a so-called slow protein (egg white or native casein), because exercise accelerates the speed of assimilation of the protein. This is not during the absorption phase, but at the level of its use by the muscles.

Sedentary men did 12 weeks of weight training. They received a protein powder supplement that combined egg protein + whey (11). The more protein these men consumed, the more dry muscle they gained. They increased their muscle mass by :
- 2.3% by taking 0.7 g of protein per kilo of body weight,
- 3.6% with 0.9 g of protein per kilo,
- 5.1% with 1.1 g of protein per kilo.

In fact, other medical research has shown that 40 g of egg protein was significantly more effective for anabolism than 5, 10 or 20 g after a weight training session (12).

Effectiveness for weight loss

Medical research has long shown that eating eggs accelerates fat loss, especially when dieting (1). These benefits are mainly due to the appetite suppressant effect of eggs (2).

In eggs, it is not the yolks that suppress the appetite, but the whites, thanks to their very high protein concentration. These egg white proteins are therefore excellent for the diet because of their low carbohydrate, fat and calorie content (3). As medical studies show, egg protein makes an excellent breakfast, being more appetite suppressing and less craving for food than conventional morning foods such as croissants, fruit juice, cereals or toast (4). 

Similar studies show the same appetite-suppressing superiority at breakfast compared to chicken and potatoes (5). Compared to cheese proteins, the appetite-suppressant effect of egg white proteins is by far more pronounced and longer lasting, while increasing insulin levels significantly less (6). 

Egg white and blood sugar
Compared to other protein sources, egg white protein increases insulin secretion very little, which is a big advantage in dieting, as insulin is the main hormone that prevents fat loss (7-8-9).

As a result, egg white protein has little effect on blood sugar levels, which is good for people who are prone to hypoglycaemia, especially during periods of calorie restriction. Women are particularly affected by these low blood sugar crashes. These untimely hypoglycaemias cause fatigue and inevitably lead to eating. Egg white protein also inhibits the secretion of ghrelin, a hormone that makes you hungry (9).

The amino acids in Nutrimuscle egg white protein are hardly catabolised as carbohydrates, even during fasting. Thus, egg protein will not contribute to the increase of blood sugar levels. It will therefore not interfere with a ketogenic or very low carbohydrate diet (10).

Digestive health with Bacillus coagulens

The aim of taking Bacillus coagulans GanedenBC30® is to

Increase the assimilation of amino acids, especially for key amino acids for anabolism such as leucine and especially glutamine, which are very difficult to assimilate correctly.
Optimising health: the proliferation of pathogenic bacteria in the digestive system generates a large number of toxic substances. By combating these bad bacteria, Bacillus coagulans GanedenBC30® has a surprising effect on joint pain, poor sleep, etc.
Fight against digestive disorders such as bloating that can be experienced with a high-calorie diet or dieting, particularly rich in proteins. At least 100 million Bacillus coagulans spores must be used per day for effects to occur (2). 

Scientific references

  • (1) Vinod Dhurandhar N. Egg breakfast enhances weight loss. FASEB J April 18, 2007 21:A326-A327
  • (2) Vander Wal JS. Short-term effect of eggs on satiety in overweight and obese subjects. J Am Coll Nutr. 2005 Dec;24(6):510-5.
  • (3) Reimers K. A Lower Calorie Egg Whites Breakfast is as Satiating as a Higher Calorie Whole Eggs Breakfast FASEB J April 9, 2013 27:853.4
  • (4) Fallaize R. Variation in the effects of three different breakfast meals on subjective satiety and subsequent intake of energy at lunch and evening meal. Eur J Nutr. 2013 Jun;52(4):1353-9.
  • (5) Pombo-Rodrigues S. The effects of consuming eggs for lunch on satiety and subsequent food intake. Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2011 Sep;62(6):593-9.
  • (6) MARSSET-BAGLIERIA. The satiating effect of egg is higher than fresh cheese when given as isocaloric "solid" preloads in humans. The FASEB Journal. 2011;25:588.6
  • (7) Pal S. The acute effects of four protein meals on insulin, glucose, appetite and energy intake in lean men. Br J Nutr. 2010 Oct;104(8):1241-8.
  • (8) Housová J. Comparaison of low energy breakfast based on special egg white spread product with a standard breakfast. Prague Med Rep. 2008;109(2-3):127-33.
  • (9) Ratliff J. Consuming eggs for breakfast influences plasma glucose and ghrelin, while reducing energy intake during the next 24 hours in adult men. Nutr Res. 2010 Feb;30(2):96-103.
  • (10) Fromentin C. Dietary proteins poorly contribute to the endogenous production of glucose in humans after egg ingestion.The FASEB Journal. 2011;25:983.13
  • (11) Teak VL. Does Post Exercise Protein Reduce Total Protein Needs for Optimal Skeletal Muscle Responses to Resistance Training in Older Adults? The FASEB Journal. 2008;22:753.23
  • (12) Moore DR. Dose-responses of whole body protein turnover with increasing protein intake after an acute bout of resistance exercise in young men. The FASEB Journal. 2007;21:540.5
  • (13) Riazi R. Valine is the first limiting branched-chain amino acid in egg protein. The FASEB Journal. 2002;16:A259.
  • (14) Pennings B. Exercising before protein intake allows for greater use of dietary protein-derived amino acids for de novo muscle protein synthesis in both young and elderly men. Am J Clin Nutr. 2011 Feb;93(2):322-31
  • (15) Evenepoel P. 13C-egg white breath test: a non-invasive test of pancreatic trypsin activity in the small intestine. Gut. 2000 Jan;46(1):52-7.
  • (16) Evenepoel P. Digestibility of cooked and raw egg protein in humans as assessed by stable isotope techniques. J Nutr. 1998 Oct;128(10):1716-22.

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