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Is mliečne bielkoviny vegan?

Mliečne bielkoviny is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mliečne bielkoviny?

Mliečne bielkoviny, or milk proteins in English, are a group of high-quality proteins found in milk and dairy products. These proteins consist of two main types: casein and whey protein. Casein is slow-digesting and provides a sustained release of amino acids, while whey is quickly absorbed and ideal for post-workout recovery. Mliečne bielkoviny are known for their excellent nutritional profile, rich source of essential amino acids, and ability to support muscle growth and repair. They are commonly used in sports nutrition products and protein supplements as a convenient way to increase daily protein intake.

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