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Is protéinés de lait vegan?

Protéinés de lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéinés de lait?

Protéinés de lait, also known as milk protein, refers to the collection of proteins derived from milk. These proteins include casein and whey protein, both of which are highly valued for their nutritional content and muscle-building properties. Milk protein is commonly used in a variety of food products, including sports supplements, meal replacements, and baked goods, due to its ability to enhance protein quality and provide essential amino acids. Additionally, milk protein has been found to offer potential health benefits such as improved bone health, weight management, and reduced risk of certain diseases.

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