I've heard a bunch of conflicting info about the benefits of drinking raw eggs.
It is attractive to me for the following reasons:
Eggs are cheap , drinking eggs is an easy protein+ fat meal, it tastes pretty good to me.
I have heard two things regarding to absorbtion.
school of though #1 drinking raw eggs is a superior way to get their protein because the proteins do not get denatured from the cooking process (e.g. fried eggs supposedly get denatured somewhat)
#2 eating cooking eggs makes their protein more absorbable by your body
I have also read some **** about albumen binding to biotin and excessive drinking of eggwhites gives you a biotin deficiency. but also egg yolks are high in biotin, so if you drink yolk+white is the biotin concern voided?
I don't have reps to give, but i think it would be awesome to see some science put this myth to bed.