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    mettleman is offline Banned
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    Question Can you recommend a good source for casein?

    I've been searching the web and this forum but am having a hard time finding a good source for casein protein powder. There are so many options to choose from that I don't know which way is up. I'm looking for something that is American made and good quality for slow release of protein in the morning or before bed.

    Thank you for your help!
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    I've been buying from True Protein for a while as have others here. I've always been happy with their quality personally.

    They have a number of different proteins and you can pick your flavoring or any other additions you might like.

    The Milk Dairy Isolate might interest you. It's 80% casein and 20% whey protein isolate.

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    Thank You KJ43,
    That does look like a good option. It's American made, it can be purchased without sweetener or flavorings, and it seems pretty inexpensive. I'll have to give it a shot.

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    Default Go old school

    Have you considered good old-fashioned milk powder?

    Full of casein!

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    Do you know if the protein in milk powder is non-denatured and good quality? I have read that not all casein is equal and that the protein has to be handled/processed carefully for it to be of good quality.

    Otherwise I am all about going old school! I eat a lot of cottage cheese which is primarily casein - but sometimes I'd like another option. But thanks for the advice I actually hadn't thought of that - I'd also imagine that it still has quite a few carbs too.

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    Default Mix that shake TONIGHT!

    Quote Originally Posted by mettleman View Post
    Do you know if the protein in milk powder is non-denatured and good quality? I have read that not all casein is equal and that the protein has to be handled/processed carefully for it to be of good quality.

    Otherwise I am all about going old school! I eat a lot of cottage cheese which is primarily casein - but sometimes I'd like another option. But thanks for the advice I actually hadn't thought of that - I'd also imagine that it still has quite a few carbs too.
    I'm not a nutritional expert, so regarding the denature/quality issue you'd be better off talking to someone who really understands the science of food, like mc.

    But the casein route you are exploring IS a great choice. It will release more slowly through the day than other types of protein, making feeding your body with milk poweder shakes a breeze.

    Yes, carbs will be involved, but all the better for mass gain, chum!

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