Albumin is a simple form of protein that is soluble in water and coagulable by heat, such as that found in egg white, milk and ( in particular) blood serum.
Human albumin functions as the most significant modulator of plasma oncotic pressure and functions to transport a variety of substances called ligands. Those ligands transported by serum albumin include endogenous ligands such as bilirubin, ions, fatty acids, and exogenous ligands as
drugs. Good quality protein comes from meat: beef, turkey, lamb, pork, fish, chicken and most especially eggs; eggwhite in particular.
The wonder egg can be eaten everyday as an omelette and spruce and garnish with tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, cheese and whatever veggies you want for breakfast or dinner.
“ There are a number of egg labels such as “cage-free” that have minimum standards through USDA. Cage-free and eggs “ from free-roaming hens” are from hens that have access to food and water at all times and roam freely in a house. Free-range or pasture-fed hens must additionally have access to the outdoors. Like with organic labeling, USDA has minimum standards for each, but different certifying agencies such as Animal Welfare Approved may require additional standards.”