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Is protéine delait vegan?

Protéine delait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéine delait?

Protein de lait, also known as milk protein, is a high-quality source of protein derived from cow's milk. This ingredient is a combination of two types of proteins: casein and whey. Casein protein is slow-digesting and provides a sustained release of amino acids, making it ideal for overnight muscle recovery. Whey protein, on the other hand, is quickly absorbed by the body and is often used for post-workout recovery. Milk protein is a popular ingredient in protein powders, bars, and other fitness supplements, as well as in a variety of food products, such as baked goods and beverages.

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