Yeah, hubby LOATHES nog (too thick, he says). I spent the first 8 years of our marriage trying to get him to LIKE it. Not happening. Fortunately, he's still a sport about most of my other concoctions.
If I'm going to have some nog, there better be some alcohol with it.
One scoop of your basic protein powder has about 25-30 grams of protein and about two hundred calories give or take. HWC is very calorie dense probably more towards the rare treat-desert end of the spectrum rather than a snack or post workout drink.
Raw eggs - pastured farm eggs - most likely ok. Conventional chickenssqueezedintoabox - higher risk.
MTA: because it is rare I dont have more to say
"When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - my daughter Age 7
You're only getting half of the calories from the eggs that they nominally contain. When you cook eggs, you can get 90% of the nominal calories. Take it into your calculations if it's important. Also, raw egg whites can be difficult to digest. I only use the raw yolks in my nog, and add the leftover whites to my omelettes.
I thought cooking took out the nutrients?
Daisy, we can't afford a lot of organic. We just get what we can at the grocery store. We can get 5 dozen eggs for $3-$5 depending on who's having a sale, and a half pint of HWC usually runs 50c - $1 (it's for Meadow Gold).
Post workout is usually my first meal of the day (which is why I mentioned super nog as post workout fuel)