Alternavita Daily August 2018©

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Alternavita Daily August 25, 2018© Recap: Milk Proteins And Sugars Milk serum proteins are defined as substances that remain soluble in milk serum. These proteins are naturally formed during the production of cheese and account for 20% of the all protein in milk, such as: β-lactoglobulins α-lactalbumin immunoglobulins lactoferrin lactoperoxidase glycomacropeptide bovine serum albumin and other proteins Milk serum proteins are rapidly digested, and raise plasma amino acid concentrations. Therefore, milk serum proteins perform several functions, such as mineral absorption, improvement of protein synthesis, sensitivity to hormones, and decreased blood glucose and lipid levels. Sweet whey is a byproduct produced during the manufacture of rennet types of hard cheese, like Cheddar or Swiss cheese. Acid whey […]