Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey Protein Concentrate

Soluble milk proteins, also known as native proteins, have excellent functional and nutritional qualities and can be used in multiple food and nutrition applications. They can be obtained from whey (WPC) or directly from milk, after which they are concentrated and dried to between 35% and 89% protein content.

Different manufacturing processes for whey protein concentrate

Whey, or serum, proteins, are soluble and make up about 20% of milk proteins. Depending on the raw material and process used, and the concentration rate, a variety of products with different nutritional qualities and functionalities can be created.

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Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey protein concentrate
EuriNutri™ 80 WPC is a whey protein concentrate specially designed for the nutritional needs of sportsmen and women.
Whey Protein Concentrate
80% whey protein concentrate, from high-quality PDO cheese production.
Whey Protein Concentrate
Eurimilk 60.1 is a functional solution based on milk proteins.

Protein derived from whey

Whey proteins (or serum proteins) come from the cheese and / or casein production process. Depending on the cheese technologies used, different qualities of whey are obtained (acidity, composition, etc.).

Protein directly derived from milk

Serum proteins can also be directly derived from milk through processes that combine different membrane operations. Proteins derived through this way are called native proteins. This process does not require a milk coagulation phase and allows extraction and concentration of proteins through purely physical processes, at low temperature. This innovative process, used by Eurial I&N to produce WPC80, protects proteins against denaturation and allows the nutritional and functional qualities of proteins to be preserved.

A composition that delivers high nutritional and functional value

Used in clinical nutrition for seniors or in sports nutrition, serum proteins are perfectly indicated in the constructionand maintenance of muscle mass, thanks to their high contents of essential amino acids and branched amino acids (BCAA’s). Consumed following physical exertion, these proteins promote muscle protein synthesis thanks to their high leucine content.