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Are milk protein isolates vegan?

Milk protein isolates is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is milk protein isolates?

Milk protein isolates are a highly refined form of protein extracted from milk. They are made by removing most of the fat and lactose from milk, leaving behind a concentrated source of protein that is over 90% pure. This ingredient is commonly used in food products as a supplement to boost protein content or as a fat replacer. Milk protein isolates provide all of the essential amino acids needed for muscle growth and repair and are easily digestible. They also have a long shelf life and can be used in a variety of applications, including sports drinks, protein bars, and meal replacement shakes.

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