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In these labs scientists genetically modify yeast or bacteria and feed them sugars to produce a protein that’s molecularly identical to collagen (in the case of gelatin) or casein and whey (for cheese).
Prior research has demonstrated that consuming casein, a slow-digesting protein, versus a whey protein, is more effective relative to overnight muscle repair and regeneration.
According to a press release, this book shows that cheese ``is loaded with casein, a protein that breaks up during digestion to produce morphine-like opiate compounds called casomorphins.''
In the process, milk solids get strained out, making ghee lactose- and casein-free.
ETB’s proteins, caseins and other supplements can also be found around Charlotte at Crossfit gyms and other athletic facilities, as well as supplement stores like Nutrishop.
There’s a gene called beta casein that’s one of the milk proteins.
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