Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Protein

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    Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Protein


    Just got this today! Good price. Mixed really well. Filling. No bloat. 26 grams per scoop. AND TASTED REALLY GOOD. I have the Cookies & Cream flavor.



    Slow Protein Digestion, Anti Catabolic Miceller Protein With Glutamine!
    Sometimes slower is better-especially when it comes to the rate of protein digestion. While rapid protein absorption is desirable immediately before or after exercise, delayed release is probably more beneficial throughout the remainder of the day. Casein proteins are pH sensitive and gel in the acidic environment of the stomach. As a result, it can take more than twice as long for caseins to be broken-down into their amino acid subcomponents than whey and other proteins. Casein is the most abundant protein present in milk. It is considered a high quality protein because it is easily assimilated and it supplies sufficient quantities of amino acids that cannot be synthesized by the body.

    Another benefit is increased satiety (feeling of fullness or satisfaction). Casein exerts a slight pressure on the stomach walls. In effect, this pressure signals to the brain to stop eating because the stomach is full. Casein is the most slowly digested and absorbed type of protein. This helps create a "timed-release" effect, providing a steady stream of amino acids to your muscles over a long period of time. The net result is a greatly enhanced anti-catabolic environment which is much more friendly to growth and recovery.

    Bodybuilders and athletes looking to build lean muscle, prevent muscle breakdown, and reduce recovery times, and individuals interested in improving the quality of their sleep can greatly benefit from casein.
    Casein Research
    Perhaps the most interesting kernel on casein to come from the scientific community is the Boirie study, which found that casein managed about a 31% increase in protein synthesis (to whey's 68%)... but also reduced whole-body protein degradation (catabolism) by 34%. More importantly, researchers found that casein contributed to a positive nitrogen balance an average of 7 hours after ingestion.

    The Biorie study has since spurred further research of casein. Another study looked at the effect casein might have on body composition when used as part of a 12-week weight-training program. Participants were separated into two groups, each of which maintained a balanced diet including 75 grams of protein per day. The difference was in the sources of protein used: while the first group relied on whey-based drinks to reach their daily protein requirements, the second group made use of milk protein isolates (80% casein, 20% whey). At the end of the study, the milk protein isolate group had lost more fat (15.4 lbs. vs. 9.2 lbs.), gained more lean mass (9 lbs. vs. 4.4 lbs.), and gained more upper and lower body strength than the whey group.

    Additional studies, though not as influential, have indicated casein may lower "bad" LDL cholesterol levels and increase "good" HDL cholesterol levels at the same time. In people whose immune systems were weakened by illness or disease, casein appears to demonstrate anti-viral and immune system-enhancing properties. Casein has even been linked to decreases in inflammatory factors in cardiovascular disease.

    Supplement Facts:

    Container Size: 4 Lbs.
    Serving Size: 1 Heaping Scoop
    Servings Per Container: 58

    Amount Per Serving:

    Calories 120
    Calories from Fat 10
    Total Fat 1 g
    Saturated Fat 0.5 g
    Cholesterol 10 mg
    Total Carbohydrate 4 g
    Dietary Fiber 1 g
    Sugars 1 g
    Protein 23 g
    Calcium 450 mg
    Sodium 250 mg

    Aminogen 23 mg

    Other Ingredients:
    Protein Blend (Micellar Casein, Calcium Caseinate), Cocoa (processed with alkali), Natural & Artificial Flavors, Salt, Gum Blend (Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Carrageenan), Sucralose.

    Typical Amino Acid Profile Per Serving(mg):
    Alanine 636
    Arginine 830
    Methionine 617
    Aspartic Acid 1523
    Phenylalanine 1096
    Cystine 76
    Proline 2320
    Glutamine 4744
    Serine 1338
    Glycine 489
    Threonine 996
    Histidine 659
    Tryptophan 280
    Isoleucine 1257
    Tyrosine 811
    Leucine 2040
    Valine 1542

    Directions: Use ON 100% Casein Protein first thing in the morning, immediately before bed, in place of small meals, and/or any other time when delayed protein absorption is desired. To encourage a positive nitrogen balance, consume approximately 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight per day from a combination of high protein foods and supplements. For even better results, consume your daily protein allotment over several small meals spread evenly throughout the day.

    These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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    the stuff is real good...ON protein shakes are the only ones I use.....regualr whey and the casein both very good.......I mix mine with just milk and they have an awesome taste.
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    FLEX always says at a scoop with post workout shake. Would this matter if you eat 30-1hr after your basic whey post-w shake?
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    i prefer ON Nitrocore because it has slow, medium and fast absorbing proteins, not just slow
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    Vanilla and chocolate flavors taste like beaver sweat to me. Cookies n cream and chocolate peanut butter I can tolerate.
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    ON bloats me. Especially the casein. I'm glad it works for you.

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    i love the ON casein protein powders. i have a vanilla, chocolate, and cookies and cream. all taste great to me.
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    ON Casein is my favorite casein. I always do a pre-bed shake of the 100% casein to help minimize catabolism.
  

  
 

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