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Is protéine de sang vegan?

Protéine de sang is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéine de sang?

Protéine de sang, also known as blood protein, is a food ingredient derived from the blood of various animals such as cows and pigs. It is a rich source of high-quality protein, containing all the essential amino acids that are required for optimal health. The protein is extracted from the blood through a process called centrifugation, which separates the plasma and red blood cells. With its neutral taste and versatile texture, protéine de sang is commonly used in meat products and processed foods to improve their nutritional value and enhance their sensory properties. Its unique composition makes it an excellent addition to sports nutrition products and dietary supplements.

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