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Whey Definition
What Is Whey?

The fluid portion of milk that separates from curd. The liquid that remains after milk has coagulated. Whey is the residue from milk after the removal of the casein and most of the fat (as in cheese making); also known as lacto-serum. It is also known as milk plasma. It Contains about 1% protein (lactalbumin and lactoglobulin) together with all the lactose and water-soluble vitamins and minerals, and therefore has some food value, although it is 92% water. It is a byproduct of cheese production. It is one of the components which separates from milk after rennet (a byproduct of veal production, which are in turn fed often on whey) is added. Whey proteins are very much essential in the sport of body building. Liquid whey contains lactose, vitamins, and minerals along with traces of fat.

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