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Is białko serwatkowe vegan?

Białko serwatkowe is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is białko serwatkowe?

Białko serwatkowe, also known as whey protein, is a popular dietary supplement among fitness enthusiasts and athletes. It is a high-quality protein source derived from milk, with a high concentration of essential amino acids that are easily absorbed by the body. Białko serwatkowe is commonly used to support muscle growth and recovery after exercise, as well as to improve overall protein intake. It is available in various forms, including powders, bars, and drinks, and is often incorporated into shakes and smoothies. Białko serwatkowe is also commonly used in the food industry as a functional ingredient to enhance the nutritional value of various products.

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