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PeptoPro is the first debitterized, hydrolyzed (pre-digested) protein powder made of mostly all di and tri peptides under 300 daltons. In addition, it is the best mixing protein powder in existence. So good that PeptoPro actually turns clear when mixed with water. PeptoPro is a casein hydrolysate produced from milk protein. Casein is enzymatically hydrolyzed peptides using a new and patented debitterizing process. This makes it the first hydrolyzed protein that can easily be used in a protein shake.
PeptoPro is unique because it contains over 80% peptides that are under 300 daltons. Normal food protein, like whey concentrate or whey isolate, is a polypeptide made up of thousands of units of amino acids. PeptoPro contains only short chain peptides (average length is less than 4 amino acids) which are water soluble. By being water soluble it not only makes the protein more digestible, but most importantly, makes it very user friendly. The small peptides from PeptoPro are directly and quickly taken up by the gut and released into the blood without digestion.
PeptoPro, as a casein hydrolysate, is a highly nutritious protein containing all essential amino acids in the correct ration for human health. PeptoPro is an easily absorbed protein hydrolysate, which has been treated with proprietary enzymes to cut the protein into di-peptides and tri-peptides, while the well balanced amino acid profile of casein is left intact. PeptoPro eliminates many of the technical problems and physiological side effects held by proteins, protein hydrolysates, and amino acids, while providing all of the advantages provided by these products.
How is PeptoPro Protein Manufactured?
Starting from milk, the milk fat is removed and the casein is separated by acidifying and filtering from the skimmed milk. Casein is dissolved in water, alkalized and then first hydrolyzed with an endoproteasic enzyme. This produces the typical, but extremely bitter casein hydrolysate with which we are...
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