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Peptides and Proteins in Whey and Their Benefits for Human Health

@inproceedings{Tsutsumi2014PeptidesAP,
  title={Peptides and Proteins in Whey and Their Benefits for Human Health},
  author={Rie Tsutsumi and Yasuo M Tsutsumi},
  year={2014}
}
Whey protein is derived from milk or the watery by-product of cheese production and is rapidly digested and absorbed. In addition to vitamin-binding proteins and several enzymes, whey protein contains a number of bioactive components including beta-lactoglobulin, alpha-lactalbumin, serum albumin, immunoglobulin, and lactoferrin. These components demonstrate a range of immune enhancing and antioxidant properties that result in effects on hypertension, cancer, hyperlipidemia, and virus infections… CONTINUE READING

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