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whey

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(food engineering)
The watery part of milk separated from the curd in the process of making cheese.
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The way protein has been delivered has evolved from standard whey to include isolates and whey protein fractions.
Preheating whey proteins at neutral or slightly alkaline pH causes them to form soluble aggregates that are stable when they are heated again at neutral pH with salt.
PowerBar Clean Whey protein bars and drinks are on trend with the movement toward removing artificial sweeteners, colors and flavors from foods and utilizing high-quality proteins, like the whey protein we use in the Clean Whey product line.
Whey is produced in very large amount and its utilization has been a continuing challenge for dairy industry.
Teenage boys, especially, may use whey protein supplements in an effort to increase muscle mass or gain weight, Dr.
Whey salts contain more than 50% of potassium chloride and sodium chloride and salts of calcium (phosphates).
Whey protein is a substance found in the liquid that is formed when animal milk is made into cheese.
Gnarly Nutrition's Brand Manager, Eli Kerr, stated, “When we decided to build the brand Gnarly, we searched for the best whey protein source we could find.
If you want to stop at this point, you can scrape the cooked whey out and use it as a spread on toast or crackers.
Comparative effects of whey and casein proteins on satiety in overweight and obese individuals: a randomised controlled trial.
Searching for CR-mimetics, scientists recently investigated the life span effects of a balanced amino acid mixture high in the branched chain amino acids found in whey.
TOKYO, Aug 5 (KUNA) - Fonterra, the world's largest dairy exporter, apologized on Monday for its tainted milk powder scare and said the contaminated whey protein responsible for the botulism concerns will be under control within 48 hours, the state-run China Daily reported.