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Is isolat de protéines de petit-lait vegan?

Isolat de protéines de petit-lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is isolat de protéines de petit-lait?

Isolat de protéines de petit-lait, also known as whey protein isolate, is a highly concentrated form of protein derived from cow's milk. It undergoes a filtration process that removes most of the lactose, fat, and carbohydrates, resulting in a powder that is up to 90% pure protein. This ingredient is prized by athletes and fitness enthusiasts for its ability to promote muscle growth and repair, aid in weight loss, and boost overall health. It can be easily added to shakes, smoothies, and other foods to increase protein content without adding unwanted calories or sugars.

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