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casein protein and sleep

Casein Protein and Sleep

Casein protein has long been known as the "slow" or"nighttime" protein because of its relatively slower travel time compared to other options. While whey protein is digested very quickly and typically used after a workout, casein takes longer to digest. This makes it, at least hypothetically, a great option...

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What is casein protein?

Casein is commonly referred to as the slow or nighttime protein because of its relatively slow digestion time compared to other options. It's perhaps the second most popular protein after the king: whey. If whey protein is the most popular, is casein good for anything?

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Way too Many Types of Whey Protein

Whey protein is a byproduct of cheese production. Milk is made up of two proteins: whey and casein. To make cheese, the proteins are separated. The protein powder we take after a workout starts its journey as a thin, watery liquid. This liquid is processed, and eventually turns into...

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Protein Supplements Part 2

In Part 1 of Protein Supplements, we discussed the role of protein in the body, the difference between complete and incomplete proteins and how different types of protein supplements can affect you and your workout routine. Here we'll go over when you should use supplements for gaining versus losing...

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Protein Supplements

Protein is used by the body to rebuild damaged muscle tissue after an intense (or even moderate) workout. Without protein, you would never get stronger, bigger or faster. Aside from a balanced diet, there are various protein supplements you can use to ensure you're getting an adequate amount to...

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