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Is lactalbumin vegan?

Lactalbumin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactalbumin?

Lactalbumin is a highly nutritious protein derived from whey, a byproduct of milk during cheese production. It is often used as an ingredient in various food products due to its excellent amino acid profile and abundant availability. Lactalbumin contains all the essential amino acids required for healthy body functions, making it a valuable addition to protein supplements and sports nutrition products. Additionally, it has low allergenic potential, making it a safe choice for those with dairy sensitivities. Its easy digestibility and versatility make lactalbumin a popular ingredient in baked goods, infant formulas, and meal replacement shakes.

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