I ran across a website selling 5lbs of dried egg whites for 32 dollars. Thats around 81 servings (2 tablespoons) each with 24 grams of protein for 32 bucks which sounds like a great deal to me. Each serving is cholesterol, fat, and carbohydrate free.
If egg protein is the reference to which all other proteins are compared and has a Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score of 1.0 as well as a Biological Value (the amount of protein retained from the absorbed protein by the body) of 100 both of which are on par with whey.
It would seem to me to be a great whey (<-- pun XD ) to increase your daily intake of protein while leaving room for more vitamin enriched fruit to take the place of all the carbs in some other protein powders available or even an eggscellent whey (yeh I just cant stop) to decrease fat and carb intake while cutting. So why isnt it used more often? or rather, what am I missing?