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Since undenatured whey proteins are 70-90% pure protein, people on protein restricted diets should calculate it into their daily protein allowance. People with organ transplants or anyone on immunosuppressing medications should discuss supplementation with their doctor, as undenatured whey has been shown to improve immune function. Individuals with the autosomal‐recessive metabolic disorder cystinuria (excessive loss of cysteine in urine) are at higher risk of developing cysteine nephrolithiasis (kidney stones linked to this condition).
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