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Is wheat protéin isolate vegan?

Wheat protéin isolate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wheat protéin isolate?

Wheat protein isolate is a highly concentrated, powdered form of wheat protein that is extracted from wheat flour. It has a neutral taste and is an excellent source of plant-based protein, containing up to 90% protein by weight. Due to its high protein content and low carbohydrate and fat content, it is often used in sports nutrition products, meal replacements, and vegetarian and vegan diets as a supplement to boost protein intake. It is also used as a binding agent in food processing, acting as an emulsifier or thickener. Being gluten-free, it is well-suited for those with gluten sensitivities.

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