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Other Whey Products

Other Whey Products

Hydrolyzed Whey Protein

Hydrolyzed Whey Protein is whey protein that is processed by treating it with acid conditions and high heat to isolate the protein. This process creates small peptides, or bonds that link the amino acids. This, in turn, makes hydrolyzed whey protein easy for the body to absorb. Typical applications include post-exercise drinks.

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Concentrated Whey

Concentrated Whey is the liquid product obtained by the partial removal of water from fresh whey (derived during the manufacture of cheese), which has been pasteurized.

Lactose Hydrolyzed Whey

Lactose hydrolyzed whey is produced by hydrolyzing a portion of the lactose to glucose and galactose by addition of lactase enzyme.
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Lactalbumin is produced by precipitating whey proteins. Heat and changes in pH may be used to denature the whey proteins so that they aggregate and separate from the other whey constituents.
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Lactoperoxidase & Glycomacropeptide

Lactoperoxidase is an enzyme with antimicrobial ability.
Glycomacropeptide (GMP) is a peptide that is also known as casein macropeptide.
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