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Is proteína de lactosuero vegan?

Proteína de lactosuero is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is proteína de lactosuero?

Proteína de lactosuero, also known as whey protein, is a high-quality protein powder derived from milk. It is a complete protein source, containing all the essential amino acids that the human body needs for growth and repair. Whey protein is often used by athletes and fitness enthusiasts to build muscle mass and improve athletic performance. It is also commonly used in weight loss diets due to its ability to promote satiety and support healthy metabolism. Additionally, proteína de lactosuero has been shown to have potential health benefits such as improving immune function and reducing inflammation.

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