Calcium Caseinate is one of several milk proteins derived from casein in skim and 1% milk. Calcium Caseinate is primarily used in meal preparation and fat breakdown. Caseinates are produced by adding an alkali to another derivative of casein, acid casein. Other cations used to form caseinates besides calcium include ammonium, potassium, and sodium. Calcium caseinate contains about 17% glutamic acid and is soluble.
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