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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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From its obscure beginnings as a simple by-product whey derivatives have come a long way, establishing themselves as an important part of the dairy products market.
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.
Comparative effects of whey and casein proteins on satiety in overweight and obese individuals: a randomised controlled trial.
A Tel Aviv University study published in Diabetologia suggested the consumption of whey protein concentrate before breakfast may suppress post-meal glucose spikes in diabetics.
The new approach provides time and cost effectiveness for evaluating norbixin concentrations in whey and whey products.
The New Zealand-based company said over the weekend it had discovered a strain of bacteria - Clostridium botulinum - in its whey protein that can cause botulism.
The group is in talks with potential partners and is finalising details of the investment needed to make so-called demineralised whey powder - a base ingredient in baby formula.
Use opinion from leading whey protein ingredient manufacturers to identify future opportunity.
The range includes three formulations - Mass Gainer, Ultra Rehydration & Recovery and Ultra Protein Whey - available from www.
Trading under The Good Whey Company brand, Volac will be expanding understanding of the role of dietary protein in the maintenance of a lean body mass, such as muscles and bones, and how this can help to maintain a life-long active lifestyle.
It turns out that whey protein has another benefit: it lowers elevated blood pressure.
COUNTRYSIDE: Whey has several good uses other than animal feed.