15. Milk proteins
Milk is a very important source of protein having 3.4 grams which equals 6 % of your daily recommendations it is a great source of calcium , phosphorus and vitamin d . When it is transformed into cheese it produces two types of protein casein and whey which are the mot popular ingredients of protein powder that are used by athletes for making protein shakes they are both very nutritious the main difference between them is that casein has a slower absorption rate so it’s great around bed time to get full benefit from it while whey is absorbed faster so it’s better around workout times and it contains slightly more amino acids.
There are other forms of protein powders that contain mixed plant proteins like pea and rice and hemp that could be used as an alternative to milk protiens.