Milk protein (protein) is a combination of casein protein (approx. 80%) and whey protein (approx. 20%), derived from cow's milk by micro filtration. They are characterized by a high nutritional value because it contains more BCAA and lysine from the reference FAO protein, however, they are more digestible. Used quite often in the sports diet of due to lower prices in relation to supplements based on WPI, WPC, micellar casein and calcium caseinate. Concentrates and isolates of milk proteins are components of carbohydrate-protein and high-protein supplements and as well as of meal substitutes (MRP).
Dosage: according to individual needs for protein, usually from 30-90 grams per day.