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Is whey isolate vegan?

Whey isolate is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whey isolate?

Whey isolate is a protein-rich ingredient derived from whey, the liquid that separates from milk during cheese production. It undergoes a filtration process to remove most of the lactose, fat, and other impurities, resulting in a highly concentrated protein powder with up to 90% protein content. Whey isolate is low in carbs and fat and has a high bioavailability, making it an ideal choice for athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to build muscle mass and support recovery after intense physical activity. It also provides amino acids that aid in maintaining healthy immune function and promoting overall wellness.

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