milk whey

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Noun1.milk whey - the serum or watery part of milk that is separated from the curd in making cheesemilk whey - the serum or watery part of milk that is separated from the curd in making cheese
blood serum, serum - an amber, watery fluid, rich in proteins, that separates out when blood coagulates
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Almeida KE, Tamime AY, Oliveira MN (2009) Influence of total solids contents of milk whey on the acidifying profile and viability of various lactic acid bacteria.
Asparagine and serine was found high in buffalo milk whey proteins as compared to other species under observation (Figure 4).
It is the most prevalent protein in milk whey of ruminants, comprising 10% of the total milk protein or about 58% of the whey protein (Walstra and Jeness, 1984).
Bryndzove Haluky is traditionally washed down with incica - a drink made of sheep milk whey.
High milk intake has long been associated with lower risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and milk whey protein increases the production of a gut hormone called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) that stimulates insulin secretion.
The developers of Ateronon discovered that combining lycopene with proteins from milk whey can break down the larte lycopene crystals into a bio-available form that can readily be absorbed.
Scientists and others in the food and health industries describe some of the ways that milk whey protein, considered a waste product of cheese production a few decades ago, is being used to enhance the nutrition and health benefit of complex foods.
A MIX a teaspoon of concentrated milk whey (molkosan) with a glass of lukewarm water and have with meals.
The studies investigated the effect of a component of milk whey protein (known as milk basic protein) on bone mineral density, which is used to determine the risk of osteoporosis.