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Calcium caseinate

Ingredient Type: Nutrient, Protein source

Calcium caseinate is a protein that is derived from milk. It is a slow-digesting protein that is often used in protein powders and other supplements due to its high amino acid content. Calcium caseinate is created by removing the fat and lactose from skim milk, which is then acidified to cause the proteins to precipitate out. The protein is then filtered, washed, and dried to produce calcium caseinate powder.

Calcium caseinate is a good source of protein for those looking to build and repair muscle, as well as maintain overall health. It is also commonly used as a food additive due to its emulsifying and binding properties. Calcium caseinate is generally considered safe for most people, although those with lactose intolerance or milk allergies should avoid it.

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