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Are proteines de soja hydrolysees vegan?

Proteines de soja hydrolysees is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is proteines de soja hydrolysees?

"Proteines de soja hydrolysees" is a versatile food ingredient derived from soybeans that has undergone a process of hydrolysis, breaking down its protein molecules into smaller, more easily digestible components. As a result, it is a popular plant-based protein source for those seeking a meat alternative or those with dietary restrictions. It is commonly used in vegan and vegetarian products, such as meat substitutes, protein bars, and shakes. Due to its high protein content and low-fat content, it is also commonly used as a dietary supplement for athletes and bodybuilders.

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