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Is molkenprotein vegan?

Molkenprotein is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is molkenprotein?

Molkenprotein, also known as whey protein, is a highly nutritious ingredient that has been gaining popularity in the food industry. It is obtained from milk during the cheese-making process and is rich in essential amino acids, which are important for muscle growth and repair. Molkenprotein is commonly used as a dietary supplement and can be found in various forms such as powders, bars, and shakes. It also has a low lactose content, making it suitable for individuals with lactose intolerance. Due to its versatility and health benefits, molkenprotein has become a staple ingredient in many sports nutrition products and health foods.

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