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Is beta-lactoglobulin vegan?

Beta-lactoglobulin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beta-lactoglobulin?

Beta-lactoglobulin is a whey protein commonly found in milk and dairy products. This heat-stable protein is known for its ability to form strong bonds with water and lipids, making it a popular ingredient in food processing and formulation. Beta-lactoglobulin is also a rich source of essential amino acids, which are important for building and repairing muscle tissue. Despite its many benefits, some individuals may experience allergies or intolerances to this protein, so it is important to check ingredient labels carefully. Overall, beta-lactoglobulin is a versatile and valuable food ingredient with a wide range of applications.

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