Raw eggs in shakes

I would like to know if I could pour raw eggs in my protein shake. If yes , then what amount would be ideal
, for it be a anytime shake.
I generally eat boiled eggs ..as boiling kills the bacteria (may be there arn't any - that's basically my question is). Thanks

Raw eggs in shakes

Bacteria is on the shell, but usually (afaik) shells are now being bleached. I wouldnt be worried about it.

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Re: Raw eggs in shakes

gpgis wrote:
I would like to know if I could pour raw eggs in my protein shake. If yes , then what amount would be ideal
, for it be a anytime shake.
I generally eat boiled eggs ..as boiling kills the bacteria (may be there arn't any - that's basically my question is). Thanks

Just add another scoop of protein powder.

Raw eggs may have helped Rocky Balboa win a few big fights, but they're just a poor choice for the average athlete.

Raw eggs in shakes

Rocky!! Rocky!!! Rocky loved eggs so did Hulk Hogan. Did you know some people when they brush their teeth they put raw eggs on the brush instead of toothpaste..

Raw eggs in shakes

Ohh and how come in America this raw egg thing is so big. I know back in the days it was huge its still big with some people. Who started this?? Drago never hit raw eggs. Drago!! Drago!!! He was the man.

Re: Raw eggs in shakes

Todd Wilson wrote:
gpgis wrote:
I would like to know if I could pour raw eggs in my protein shake. If yes , then what amount would be ideal
, for it be a anytime shake.
I generally eat boiled eggs ..as boiling kills the bacteria (may be there arn't any - that's basically my question is). Thanks

Just add another scoop of protein powder.

Raw eggs may have helped Rocky Balboa win a few big fights, but they're just a poor choice for the average athlete.

Id agree with todd...

Re: Raw eggs in shakes

gpgis wrote:
I would like to know if I could pour raw eggs in my protein shake. If yes , then what amount would be ideal
, for it be a anytime shake.
I generally eat boiled eggs ..as boiling kills the bacteria (may be there arn't any - that's basically my question is). Thanks

Eggs are a good source of protein. But unfortunately the bioavailability of the protein decreases when you cook it. That's one of the reasons why one would think it's better to just drink it raw, besides the convenience factor. But then you have to worry about getting the disease salmonella.

You can get around these problems by buying powdered pasteurized eggs like what they use for cooking in restaurants. You can put them in your shakes raw.

Raw eggs in shakes

Thanks everyone. but what weightlifter, tell is new to me .. i always heard ladies applying it on their scalp to get rid of dandruff.

Raw eggs in shakes

25 years ago I tried putting raw eggs in my shakes for a while. I don't think it was very beneficial, & I got so sensitive to the taste of raw eggs, that even cooked eggs tasted raw to me, so I quit eating them for a while to let things get back to normal. You're not going to get any "magical" power from eating raw eggs, but you will be risking bacterial problems. Like Todd said, add another scoop of protein. Or throw a little peanut butter in your shake.

Raw eggs in shakes

Salmonella is the main problem. I would be carefull but I think you are safe. ANother problem is raw wggs depletes a b vitamin in the body. Boiled eggs don't have any problems but as someone above said, it is less bio-available.

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