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wheyThe watery fluid separated from a clot of casein and fat in making curds from milk. Whey contains most of the lactose and water-soluble minerals found in milk. In cow’s milk, the casein:whey ratio may have an effect on one’s cholesterol level as an adult.
wheythe fluid component of MILK that separates from the CURD.
Patient discussion about whey
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