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Posted by: Gee | 2004/01/14

Whey vs Egg proteins

Hi,

Does it make a difference, is the one better than the other or are they similar.

Thanks

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Gee,

There is not much different unless you are allergic to eggs. In that case whey protein would be the best.

There is the perception that Whey is more "Advanced" and it does usually sell for a higher price. Whether this perception is accurate is up for debate,

Keep well,

Conrad Booysen-Biokineticist

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Posted by: Murray | 2004/01/19

Well Whey is a more simple protein to egg and soya and is therefore easyly broken down and absorbed faster. There are also reports going around that eating soya or soya products decrease the presents of testosterone in the body, but these are new alagations so watch the space. If i were u i would go out and buy a small quantity (500g->1kg) of protein from a brand like USN, Joe Wieder, Muscle Science etc... and find what works for u they are all pretty good products.

Just a hint: Take your protein with water it decreases your carbs intake and is also beter for you as we are not really designed to drink milk, at first it may taste bad but remember you aren't taking the protein for the taste you are taking it for the results ;)
Hope this helped
Any questions just contact me at murraybarlow@webmail.co.za and i will gladly help where i can
Cheers
Murray

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