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PauliE
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2003/10/16 16:14:58 (permalink)
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Shake

Kinda obvious, I think most people here probably already do this, or something similar.

5 egg whites
3/4 pint skimmed milk
nesquik (any flavour)

stick in a shaker, and umm shake!

I usually put 25g glucose & 15g glutamine in after work out, can't even taste it..
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    TheMasterPlan
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    RE: Shake 2003/10/19 11:37:44 (permalink)
    ive wanted to drink raw eggs, but have been disuaded by members here, have you ever had a bad experience with them, and how long have you been drinking them?
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    RE: Shake 2003/10/20 01:36:02 (permalink)
    if you have exzema or something then they are no good for you as they CAN make it worse
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    RE: Shake 2003/10/20 02:53:10 (permalink)
    i have used raw eggs for the past few years and haven't had a bad experience
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    RE: Shake 2003/10/20 04:10:47 (permalink)
    I use egg-beaters liquid eggs instead, as I believe it has already been pasteurized(is that the right word??). In a shake, it'd taste just the same =) My recipe is about the same except I throw in a scoop of whey and a banana and maybe a little honey...yum
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    PauliE
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    RE: Shake 2003/10/22 00:13:02 (permalink)
    I've been drinking raw eggs for around 2 years now, no probs.
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    RE: Shake 2003/11/16 02:35:19 (permalink)
    always add egg whites to my shakes no probs so far
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    RE: Shake 2004/07/14 15:08:49 (permalink)
    yes, there is a risk for salmonella if you drink raw eggs. Basically, it comes down to whether or not you feel lucky, or you can down the slimy substance at all. As a boxer, I have been downing an average of 12 raw eggs a day for a long time with no ill effects. Lucky, or a superb stomach lining? Who knows?

    As to why: Most people do it because Rocky (or some other "legend") did it. Some people do it because "old-fashioned" trainers with "old-fashioned" techniques tell them to. Some people, like myself, do it for psychological reasons. It's the whole "no pain, no gain" mentality. The more torture you put yourself though, the more beneficial the perceived outcome can be. Do I get more protein from eggs than tuna? not really. Plus I love tuna. But if I can suffer through a raw egg concoction, then mentally I feel that my personal goals are closer at hand.

    Also, don't always cut out the yolk... unless you're overweight or extremely out of shape, the extra bit of cholesterol isn't going to hurt... It'll help keep you fuller longer (unlike sugars and other carbs), not to mention that it's the good kind, anyway. Plus, if you get whole eggs, they are rich in Omega 3's, which will help facilitate maintainance of the level of good cholesterol in the body.

    You can take the egg beaters or whatever because they are pasteurized, but keep in mind that they are not as easily assimilated by the body as regular eggs. Men's Fitness actually just had an article comparing the different kinds of eggs and egg substitutes. The results were the same thing that trainers have known all along. Grade A Large are the best all around.

    Hope this helps, and if it doesn't, you can always go to the library and research in some medical journals, periodicals, or fitness books.
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    RE: Shake 2004/07/15 09:04:22 (permalink)
    i've researched some and the chances of geting salminala or whatever is 1/3000, and even then if it's refrigerated properly, it won't be able to multiply and will do you no harm.
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    RE: Shake 2004/07/19 17:29:37 (permalink)
    Has anyone got a shake without the raw eggs???
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/10 00:21:29 (permalink)
    i read and article in the paper of a 1/7000 chance of catching it, also heard about the fridge thing
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/10 12:27:36 (permalink)
    I'd rather not take the risk tbh. For arguments sake, lets say the risk is 1 in 5000. Sounds small but using the laws of probability this indicates that you should have a potential problem within 2 years if you consume around ½ dozen eggs every day.
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/13 09:08:33 (permalink)
    To much of a pain using eggs! Scoop of protein powder and sugar free choc syrup, and low fat milk, for me....easy.
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/16 17:11:42 (permalink)
    eggs are great because they're cheap, quick and easy, but that by no means makes them the best thing since sliced chicken
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/16 18:02:28 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by tipu

    i've researched some and the chances of geting salminala or whatever is 1/3000, and even then if it's refrigerated properly, it won't be able to multiply and will do you no harm.



    If that means you have a 1 in 3000 chance of getting salmonella from any egg then if you eat half a dozen eggs per day (which I do although I cook them) you will reach 3000 in about 18 months. In the UK you can reduce the chance of salmonella by eating lion marked eggs but I don't know if you have an equivalent scheme in the US. Anyway you can digest more of the protein in cooked eggs. Try an omelette with 6 egg whites, black pepper, salt and finely grated low fat cheese
    instead.
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/17 15:36:34 (permalink)
    I was told the human body can not digest raw eggs properly. Better cook them then guys
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    RE: Shake 2004/08/20 00:57:13 (permalink)
    Just thought i would share my protein shake with everyone.

    3 eggs
    500ml semi skimmed milk
    4tsp options belgian chocolate or banofee

    just blend everything together and hey presto.

    I calculated the nutritional values as follows:

    546 calories, 39.9g protein, 33.6g carbohydrates, 28g fat.

    I think the fat content might be a bit high i might change to 6 egg whites and cut out the yolks, what do you guys think???
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