unpasteurized whey?

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19 Feb, 2011 09:11 PM

Any chance of an unpasteurized / unheated whey isolate or concentrate? It is well known that whey protein fractions and peptides denature at temperatures customarily used in dairy processing (see e.g. http://books.google.com/books?id=1OhFPZ7tFz8C&pg=PA866#v=onepag...). If we're buying the stuff for the immunoglobulins, etc., we should be confident that they have not been destroyed by processing. A few manufacturers advertise unpasteurized whey protein products, but not in pure form for retail sale (they are inevitably contaminated with synthetic flavors and other additives). Thoughts?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by James Coffey on 21 Feb, 2011 04:46 AM

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    My thoughts are that whey protein is hard enough to source, let alone non-pasteurized whey protein. While it is an interesting finding that non-pasteurized whey protein is significantly better than pasteurized, I could also say the same thing about all milk products. Pasteurization of dairy products is one of the greatest health threats to the so-called civilized nations of the world and yet almost no government or health organization will admit as much. I only wish there was such a thing commercially available.

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  2. James Coffey closed this discussion on 21 Feb, 2011 04:46 AM.

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