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The Bodybuilder’s Pocket Casein Protein Guide Casein protein is an indispensible milk protein which is slow to digest and functions in inhibiting the breakdown of muscle tissue. The casein found in milk is the purest form, and it is this form which is separated from milk by a process called ultrafiltration which increases bioactive milk peptide. This means that casein might not stimulate muscle protein synthesis as powerfully or quickly as whey.

Because it digests slowly, casein is less anabolic (muscle-building) than whey when compared gram-to-gram. Additionally, casein protein has a relatively low leucine content (8%) compared to whey (11%). Leucine is the amino acid responsible for. are hydrolyzed whey protein isolates. Casein Proteins About 80% of the protein in milk is casein.

Often referred to as a “slower-acting” or “time-released” protein because it is di-gested and absorbed much more slowly than other proteins, casein proteins are especial-ly useful when taken at bedtime and during. Feed muscles longer with sustained-absorbing Elite casein protein to repair and build muscle between meals and while you sleep.* $49.99 2 For $89.99 Nitro-Tech Casein Gold, 5 Lbs. Micellar Casein Protein The Bodybuilder Store™ is a trademark and the property of Starkwelt, its subsidiaries and affiliated companies. Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners. Images copyright of their respective owners.

Secure Payment Methods. Your body is able to quickly absorb it to immediately start rebuilding damaged muscle tissue. Casein is a popular choice for a nighttime protein drink because your body absorbs it more slowly than whey. Whereas whey gets absorbed in as little as 20 minutes, casein takes more like 3-4 hours. stimulates greater than normal amounts of muscle. Our expert guide to Casein Protein explains the different the benefits, The difference between whey and casein and more.

Micellar Casein is a very slow digesting and rich protein source that continues to feed your muscles long after whey proteins have dropped off. In fact, Studies have shown that Micellar Casein protein have shown to [ ]. What casein protein powder is, and how it is different than other protein sources like whey protein. The different types of casein protein that are available.

The major benefits of casein supplementation for those looking to build muscle and/or burn fat. The recommended amount of casein protein to take, and the optimal times to take it. Casein protein is often considered to be ‘anticatabolic’ (essentially, kinder on your muscles) as it provides a steadier stream of acids and protein supply to stave off muscle breakdown (going.

Furthermore, casein hydrolysates are at least 30% more effective in stimulating muscle protein synthesis than intact casein. Additionally, these rapidly-absorbed casein hydrolysates are ideal for perior intra-workout consumption, as studies have shown that ingesting them every 15 minutes during exercise led to substantially higher muscle.

List of related literature:

Volek and coworkers [72] investigated the effects of whey, soy, and carbohydrate supplementation (1.4 vs. 1.1 grams/kg/day) during 9-monhts of periodized resistance training.

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B. Tell him that the article is true and you recommend supplementing with a whey protein powder immediately after a strength session.

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This study used a milk and soy protein supplement (10 g protein from skim milk and soybean), 7 g carbohydrate, and 3.3 g of lipid instead of an amino acid mixture.

“NSCA’s Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Bill Campbell, Marie Spano
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I’ve found both whey and casein to be smart choices.

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As an example, a meta-analysis of 49 studies, with 1,863 participants, by Robert Morton and collaborators confirmed that protein supplementation during prolonged (at least six-week) resistance exercise improved muscle hypertrophy and maximal strength (1RM).

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These sources include skinless chicken, lean beef, fish, egg whites, skim milk, lean pork, and the supplemental milk proteins casein and whey.

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Addition of whey-based powders/concentrates (whey powder—WP, whey concentrate—WC, whey protein powder—WPP, whey protein concentrate—WPC, whey protein isolate—WPI, hydrolyzed whey concentrate—WPH

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This pragmatic approach will allow for the provision of a full spectrum of amino acids throughout the day and add some variety to the nutritional regimen of the bodybuilder, which tends to be inherently repetitive and mundane.

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Whey, egg, milk, and soy proteins all fit this bill.

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But if I made eggs in the morning, grilled chicken for lunch, ate a steak for dinner, drank a couple of glasses of milk, and had a couple of containers of Greek yogurt per day, I wouldn’t need to supplement with whey protein.

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  • Finally someone with experience with scientific studies just sharing the information, instead of trying to be a flashy trendy fitness guru like 4 out of 5 try to be.

    Keep it going!

  • Yes Casein protein is a good option to save your muscle breakdown and it also helps in recovery your broken muscle fibers during the whole night while you’re sleeping and you won’t wake up and eat food every 3 hours through your 7 to 8 hours sleep or maybe more. Because Casein protein is slow digestion protein. so it will absorb slowly and feed your muscle through out the night while your body isn’t having food to protect muscle breakdown and keep your body in anabolic mode. This is my perspective on Casein protein as a certified fitness trainer. Thanks..

  • Let me make this easier for new consumers: If you guys want to lose weight by eating less, Casein is better for you. You can literally go an entire day without being hungry after drinking Casein. But, if you’re trying to lose weight & build muscle by working out a lot, whey is for you

  • I feel totally confident and proud that I follow all the information you give. Thank you for all the info and I’ve learned a lot through research and obviously your knowledge. This is all great thanks and hope you do more videos

  • Great video kris! Quick question how much cHCL creatine should I be taking? I’m 5’8, 157 lbs male. I’m taking one capsule (750 mg) now and i’m not sure if taking pre-kaged will cause an overdose.

  • I also think a video on what water weight really is would help you’d be surprised how many people are misinformed. Love the channels though man

  • Hey kris gethin i was thinking 4 the guys that can’t afford both products! I was thinking maybe it would be a good idea 2 make a protein blend that consists of whey,milk, egg,n casein protein!

  • Are you worried that protein fragments, derived from the digestion of the milk protein, casein, produce casomorphins that they have an opioid effect?

  • Well to be honest. Just go for whey it taste better and the texture is like regular drink. Casein… its very sandy close to like a pudding. For short Thickened protein.

  • By the sound of it, casein protein sounds like it’s way better to take when cutting (due to what PF said about it making you feel full), anyone tried this and can confirm/debunk? starting my cut in january, and this could be helpful!

  • My girlfriend got mad because i bought a beautiful Whey bottle and she said stop buying steroids, i said bitch go do some research and get out my face

  • Seems interesting. I have one question tough. Have you maybe read the book called “The China Study”? The book describes one of the biggest nutrition study ever conducted about cancer. It suggests that casein has a big role in increasing the chances of getting cancer. What do you think about it? I am eating everything but I am reading a lot on the subject to learn more. Thanks in advance! ��

  • Hey! My question is: i’ve did a “Body Test” to see how my muscle and fat ratio is and some other stuff. I’m 16 Years young, 1.81m tall, male and I’ve been working out for 9 months but sometimes with big periods of time in between my workouts. My weight is 76,7kg, I have 37kg of muscle mass and 12,3kg of fat mass (that’s around 16%). Now I want to loose fat and still gain muscle, as of now I’m taking Frey nutrition triple whey, malto95 and bcaa’s. To this list of supp’s I’ve wanted to add creatin glutamin and casein to gain muscle mass but still loose fat! Is that even possible? Or should I rather first gain muscle with those added supp’s an then loose fat after like a definition Periode. I would like to do those two steps in one losing fat and gaining muscle but maybe that’s too much? I would appreciate your help!!

  • So timely, I am having IBS from a new whey protein 1st Phormula level what do you recommend to alleviate his and what brand should I switch to?

  • The more I watched this guy, the more I realised he’s just a very skilled salesman with very little knowledge in the field. For example:
    “…protein ingested immediately before sleep is effectively digested and absorbed, thereby stimulating muscle protein synthesis and improving whole-body protein balance during postexercise overnight recovery”:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22330017
    And there are TONS of examples like this.
    Just listen closely how he pronounces things and what mistakes he makes, he doesn’t even know that H2O means “two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom”, he thinks it’s the other way.
    In another video he promotes pecans, however walnuts are even lower in carbs and way higher in omega-3. Also, the best source of pectin on keto diet is grapefruit peels, not beets or nuts.

  • do you recommend a protein shake with bcaas immediately after a workout and then eat about an hour later? or to just eat after a workout? also leucine, should I be drinking that after a workout or is that considered a bcaa? and if so, should I just get a supplement that contains a good amount of bcaas and take that after a workout to improve muscle growth?

  • take note of any allergy(including eczema) after consuming milk, casein or whey. many people are not aware that they are allergy to these food.

  • A caisen bad b caisen good. A caisen grows cancer b caisen not found to so far but most powders just say caisen not wither it got a or b in them.

  • But you dont take protein 1 time during day. You get many meals or protein drinks every 2-3 hours. So whey is good. Casein maybe is better during night sleep.

  • PictureFit Would it be a good idea to take both whey and casein at the same time? If so, when would be the best timing to take either whey and casein?

  • Whey all day, casein before crashin.

    Or, if you don’t add oats or something similar to slow it down, 50/50% or 75/25% whey/casein during the day, casein at night, but that doesn’t sound as good.

  • When I have both I take whey after training and casein before sleeping. I got to say casein seems way heavier like a lump in my stomach and is more work to drink too.

  • You just the same.. No different bro science. I heard this eat every 3 hour thing for so long. I don’t even eat every 3 hour I still build muscle and no casein at night. Gosh.

  • Hey,
    i was wondering if you should take a hot or cold shower after working out, i thought hot was good because it opens your nerves to let the blood circulate but on the other hand i heard about athletes taking cold ones… Release me from this dilemma,thanks!

  • So casein protein is a slow digesting protein, so having it post workout will keep your levels up for May hours and then have some before bed

  • @greveeen

    And third: I said someone WITH EXPERIENCE WITH scientific studies, not someone “talking about scientific studies in this video”.

  • In my opinion i take half scoop.
    1. Save money,
    2. I can’t drink the whole scoop
    3. your body probably not going to use all? (Maybe)

  • How about eating something a couple of hours before gym (gym for two hours somewhere between 5-9pm), a whey protein shake right after gym, and a nice, full of protein meal one or two hours after the gym?

  • Casein is so much more versitaile, 50g neutral Casein + 180g milk, 10g baking coco, sweetner, mix it up and throw it in the fridge for a few minutes = Chocolate Pudding. Also in Pancakes Casein is much superior because it makes them much fluffier.

  • take note of any allergy(including eczema) after consuming milk, casein or whey. many people are not aware that they are allergy to these food.

  • casein caused me to heartburn, to be straight I take phase 8 supple and it cause me heartburn which leads me to can’t sleep at night due to it, its like waiting to the grim reaper at night sigh.

  • First thing i tried was casein.. Small 250 grams bottle… One spoon a day combine with the training and protein food does wonders… If compare to consuming just whey is much more effective cause the amounts of you need to consume are much larger.. And that is why whey comes in big buckets. Thats my experience though. I also gotto mention in your twenties there is a natural limit for the muscle you van createcause your metabolism is fast and you just tend to keep slim so no matter how much protein you consume you wont get that big (without using anabolics which i do not recommend cause the side effect will be seen later causing you health issues such as easy fattening..circulatory and cardiac problems… So keep it natural)..in the thirties though is extremely easy to get muscly specially if you have been a sporty person and the benefit of having lift weight before is muscle memory which allows u to properly execute exercises and shapes your muscles nicely amd easy but mich bigger than in your twenties.

  • Idk if you’ve done it or not. But if not… You should make a video about working out during the winter vs the summer. Or just the difference in temperatures.

  • Important benefits of casein protein:
    Doesn’t taste like old moldy cheese. Casein actually tastes so well that it is used in most protein bars.
    It upsets the stomach a lot less and is less likely to give you head aches.

  • I just use both. I don’t know which is better. I know protien is necessary after working out. I don’t know which is objectively better. So, I’ll use a mix until anything concrete comes out. Oh, and creatine, def need the creatine.

  • jeff nippard just did a video of lean bulking and he talked about a book of a guy saying whey and casein should be consume together

  • Deadass are casien for the first time and had to go the bathroom after 3 minutes and blew it up and now I think I got problems Bc I’ve been had digestive problems finna get checked out

  • Seems interesting. I have one question tough. Have you maybe read the book called “The China Study”? The book describes one of the biggest nutrition study ever conducted about cancer. It suggests that casein has a big role in increasing the chances of getting cancer. What do you think about it? I am eating everything but I am reading a lot on the subject to learn more. Thanks in advance! ��

  • Not trying to disagree with your opinion/research, but I would like to see if those facts also pertained to raw milk too. I find that many of food facts floating around today aren’t talking about the same food of a hundred year ago (and earlier). Just like what modern society has done with wheat, corn, beef, butter….. And how would I eat my peanut butter if I had to cut out the milk. Keep doing what you do and looking forward to more videos

  • Casein Protein is the main protein from animal products and contributes to cancer cell growth.
    https://nutritionstudies.org/mystique-of-protein-implications/

  • I mix a scoop of whey isolate with a scoop of casein for breakfast and after work outs. They whey is in my system after about 45 min, the casein keeps the protien digesting steady in my system over the long term. Love and Peace Barb W

  • Are you worried that protein fragments, derived from the digestion of the milk protein, casein, produce casomorphins that they have an opioid effect?

  • Casein has worked for me I only would definitely recommend it along with a pre work, glutamine and a multi-vitamin only supplements I need.

  • In unison, both should give you good results. Take whey immediately after your workout for the quick benefits of whey in your bloodstream for building muscle and casein an hour before bedtime, for the longer duration of casein in your bloodstream to aid in the prevention of muscle breakdown.

  • I’m 15, 68kg, and I’m trying to get shredded. Im going to the gym everyday and I have a routine. Could you give me some tips for the quickest way to lose weight and get ripped?

  • Means casein win…i dnt need too much body i.need simple 70kg..my age ia 22 bt weight is only 48 which is nt perfect…thinkable

  • I get casein when eating Cottage cheese or Greek Yogurt when watching tv right before bedtime. Nicer to eat than drinking powder and probably better for your health.

  • Protein I use is bulk mass gain. Personally Iv only just started using it this year and Iv been using other products and there’s results but not results I wanted. First thing I did was buy different protein each time I ran out just to see what works best for me. And bulk seems too work for me. Iv been going to do more cardio cause I live on a farm and I have everything I need out there when it comes to weight training. I gain easy but I feel like I can lose weight quickly as well my only option for me keeping my abs as I bulk up I need more cardio. But I’m not sure if I Should cause going from no cardio to Cardio 2, 3 times a week should be a challenge but I’m willing to do anything to achieve my goal except for like steroids cause I wanna be known as a natural but people can say what they want it won’t change a thing.

  • Oddly, I am lactose intolerant and get discomfort and diarrhoea if I have whey. I have casein instead and there are no side effects

  • folks do not choose an isolate. hence the word. its been processed. watch forks over knives for actual science and studys done on dairy. and processed foods.

  • You can’t build muscle if you don’t have the nutrition required to do so. Drink ur shake and put lots of water in it. When you wake up for a piss have a steak or shake and go back to sleep.

  • Casein is a major component of cheese right? I love cheese, like it’s kinda crazy how much… Couldn’t I just cheese load and get the same benefits?

  • At the end of the video How can whey isolate substitute or compare to casein? They are not the same function. Casein is slow digested protein commonly used before bed, and whey isolate is commonly post workout.

  • @bambarby…u didnt get it. it takes hours for it to digest Completely. But it starts digesting as soon as it get into your stomach

  • Hey, i was wondering… you give tips about like what you should eat and stuff but like can you help with a more detailed diet plan. Like give us options when we should eat what and how much we should eat and like a daily plan or like a small example of a diet plan. Thx

  • First thing popping up when about to search whey vs casein
    “Whey vs soy protein”.
    Who the fuck even thinks you can compare a bitch protein like soy to whey?
    Whey protein would fuck up soy protein any day in an MMA match.

  • Finally someone with experience with scientific studies just sharing the information, instead of trying to be a flashy trendy fitness guru like 4 out of 5 try to be.

    Keep it going!

  • Bhai dono ka alag alag use hai… Whey protein fast digesting Protein hai wahin casein protein slow digesting protein h.. jo ki mainly night me us krte h..

  • I have a question which is somewhat related to the video. I hear everyone says that the gains are made when you are sleeping, and then that when you are sleeping you get into catabolic state. Which one is true?

  • So casein protein is a slow digesting protein, so having it post workout will keep your levels up for May hours and then have some before bed

  • I have a question which is somewhat related to the video. I hear everyone says that the gains are made when you are sleeping, and then that when you are sleeping you get into catabolic state. Which one is true?

  • So my friend. You are suggesting that Casein protein is a more safer approach for weening off my heroin addiction? Instead of methadone! ����������

  • In my opinion i take half scoop.
    1. Save money,
    2. I can’t drink the whole scoop
    3. your body probably not going to use all? (Maybe)

  • Thank you!
    i was thinking about Casein Protein for a while, but this video made me realize that i don’t actually need it.
    i’m gonna stick with my whey protein.

  • Casein Protein is the main protein from animal products and contributes to cancer cell growth.
    https://nutritionstudies.org/mystique-of-protein-implications/

  • Sorry guys I’m only 2 years late��

    Whey = better through the day and atfer exercise

    Casein = better before bed to keep protein levels up during sleep (as the digestion process slows during sleep the casein absorption can last 10-12hrs)

  • I’m 15, 68kg, and I’m trying to get shredded. Im going to the gym everyday and I have a routine. Could you give me some tips for the quickest way to lose weight and get ripped?

  • People in India and China still drink Raw Milk, they consume casein and other dairy products. They live for close to about 90 years. They don’t even show cancer symptoms. What do you have to say about it? How the old people still live cancer free lives and at the same time consume dairy? Today scientific community says casein is bad for health. Tomorrow the same people will say casein is must for health. If you check how many statements and observations made by scientific community in the past 3-4 decades have been contradicted by themselves in following decades, you will be shocked.

  • Hey! My question is: i’ve did a “Body Test” to see how my muscle and fat ratio is and some other stuff. I’m 16 Years young, 1.81m tall, male and I’ve been working out for 9 months but sometimes with big periods of time in between my workouts. My weight is 76,7kg, I have 37kg of muscle mass and 12,3kg of fat mass (that’s around 16%). Now I want to loose fat and still gain muscle, as of now I’m taking Frey nutrition triple whey, malto95 and bcaa’s. To this list of supp’s I’ve wanted to add creatin glutamin and casein to gain muscle mass but still loose fat! Is that even possible? Or should I rather first gain muscle with those added supp’s an then loose fat after like a definition Periode. I would like to do those two steps in one losing fat and gaining muscle but maybe that’s too much? I would appreciate your help!!

  • Athlean X had a video about protein absorption and in it he talked about studies where lifters consumed whey and casein. It wasn’t about whey vs casein, but in every study, the casein users reported greater gains and more fat loss as well. That really caught my attention.

  • is it good for me (fifteen yrs old) to have protien shakes because im sacred that it’ll make me fat even though i go gym 5days a week and 2 days doing sports all day

  • A body builder is wanting to build muscle mass not so much as strength. pure muscle strength is important for power lifters. Different goals different training styles.

  • Cow milk casein is shit.    The body has a helluva time breaking down it down which is why it takes many many hours.    There’s no such things as “slow digesting” or “quick digesting” proteins.   There’s only EASY to assimilate and break down and DIFFICULT to assimilate and break down, and cow milk casein is amongst the most difficult.   

    That said, do whatever the fuck you want.

  • Guys listen to your body. If you feel bloated, upset stomach or diarrhea, don’t take supplements. I don’t take those anymore. It improved my feel of wellbeing, reduced my acne and the best of all no more smelly farts. Eat old good meat and fish.

  • @bambarby…u didnt get it. it takes hours for it to digest Completely. But it starts digesting as soon as it get into your stomach

  • @greveeen

    And third: I said someone WITH EXPERIENCE WITH scientific studies, not someone “talking about scientific studies in this video”.

  • Every time I drink micellar casein shake before bed gives me terrible bloating and diarrhea next day. For me the only thing to deal with this is to take the shake with lots of fiber (bran cereal and blueberrys) and eat the thing slowly like around 1 hour. I regret buying this and sadly still have a long way to consume the whole big bottle.:( by the way I have switched eating cheese before bed, no issue at all.

  • I get casein when eating Cottage cheese or Greek Yogurt when watching tv right before bedtime. Nicer to eat than drinking powder and probably better for your health.

  • Marketing tactics!!
    Just to increase the SALE of an expensive “Isolate Protein”, hes making us scared of lesser priced Whey Protein and CASEIN.:P
    Here in sub-continent countries like India & Pakistan, Milk is heavily used and one the strongest Casein Protein source that gives us many healthy benefits.

  • Thomas… you know I love you bro, however… I drink about a half gallon of grass fed non homogenized whole milk per day during my eating window; and I feel better than ever at 46 years old, and am about down to about 9-10% body fat (6’1″@200 lbs.)and continue to get leaner while gaining a muscle. I’ll admit… I’m hardcore addicted to my grass fed whole milk and rather like it… (so far no luck finding a local milk aholics anonymous anyway)… in my book the biggest draw back to grass milk is the hit to the pocket book… So remember everyone is different, and don’t forget people who fast regularly don’t get cancer to began with…

  • Idk if you’ve done it or not. But if not… You should make a video about working out during the winter vs the summer. Or just the difference in temperatures.

  • I have 2 bottles of 5 lbs of Whey Protein that I can only use 1 hr Before my workout. Am I wasting my protein? or can my body make use of it anyway? I exercise 4 days a week.

  • @greveeen

    Caseïn protein bad for you? What an idiotic statement. You know that for instance, 80% of the protein from milk is caseïn (slow digesting) protein right? You know that almost all protein in nature (fish, meat, nuts, dairy etc.) is slow digesting right?

    In fact there’s been studies that except for right in the morning and post/pre workout, caseïne increases muscle mass more than whey in young adults. Casein is not very popular, but absolutely for the wrong reasons.

  • I sometimes react strangely to milk (supermarket but labelled organic), but I don’t have any symptoms with cheeses, cream, yoghurt etc.

  • I also think a video on what water weight really is would help you’d be surprised how many people are misinformed. Love the channels though man

  • I will get back to you with a shotgun if I ever come across a guy with prostate cancer who only had whey protein & not normal milk….

  • I’ve been taking casein at night before my 8pm cut-off time. I do intermittent fasting, and it keeps me full throughout the morning too. I wake up with all the pumps, especially if I eat a breakfast a little higher in carbs lol. For the most part, I follow a low carb paleo-ish diet (I saw ish, because of the dairy in protein powders, but I hate soy). If anyone in here’s looking to make intermittent fasting a little easier, I recommend trying this.

  • What do you think? some reviews talking about inflammation caused by casein, just because its a big molecule that stays to long into the DS

  • Awesome videos! Could you make a video about insulin. How it works reguarding working out, and how we should eat to lower insulin resistance, when high insulin would be good etc.?:D

  • Could you do a video on human growth hormone, how it works and why heavy compound exercises make you naturally produce more of it? Thanks

    P.S love the vids:)

  • You just the same.. No different bro science. I heard this eat every 3 hour thing for so long. I don’t even eat every 3 hour I still build muscle and no casein at night. Gosh.

  • So is the “rule” about 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight a myth? I find it pretty hard to take in that much protein in a day (over 200 grams in my case).

  • About the same number of the population are intollerant to milk proteins as milk as to milk sugar. About 80% of the worlds adult population
    Plus most North Americans are already eating more protein than there body can utilize. People that take protein supliments build big artificial that have no endurance muscles

  • You can’t build muscle if you don’t have the nutrition required to do so. Drink ur shake and put lots of water in it. When you wake up for a piss have a steak or shake and go back to sleep.

  • Protein synthesis is elevated for 48 hours after a workout. This is false information. There’s also no point in getting more leucine, after a certain point getting more of it doesn’t actually do anything.

  • I know it might be a dumb question for experimented people, but do I need to take proteins 7/7 even though I’m training 4/7 or 5/7?

  • got a question for you vince.

    I personally only eat twice a day breakfast and meal something I’ve been doing for long while. for me to go on and eat every 2-3 hrs is quite hard. so would you recommend meal replacement bars or shakes and how would you go about that?
    thanks and good videos

  • got a question for you vince.

    I personally only eat twice a day breakfast and meal something I’ve been doing for long while. for me to go on and eat every 2-3 hrs is quite hard. so would you recommend meal replacement bars or shakes and how would you go about that?
    thanks and good videos

  • do you recommend a protein shake with bcaas immediately after a workout and then eat about an hour later? or to just eat after a workout? also leucine, should I be drinking that after a workout or is that considered a bcaa? and if so, should I just get a supplement that contains a good amount of bcaas and take that after a workout to improve muscle growth?

  • Do a video on if cow’s milk is had for you. The internet has led me to consider eliminating milk from my diet but I’m not sure if I should.

  • Casein is a major component of cheese right? I love cheese, like it’s kinda crazy how much… Couldn’t I just cheese load and get the same benefits?

  • First thing i tried was casein.. Small 250 grams bottle… One spoon a day combine with the training and protein food does wonders… If compare to consuming just whey is much more effective cause the amounts of you need to consume are much larger.. And that is why whey comes in big buckets. Thats my experience though. I also gotto mention in your twenties there is a natural limit for the muscle you van createcause your metabolism is fast and you just tend to keep slim so no matter how much protein you consume you wont get that big (without using anabolics which i do not recommend cause the side effect will be seen later causing you health issues such as easy fattening..circulatory and cardiac problems… So keep it natural)..in the thirties though is extremely easy to get muscly specially if you have been a sporty person and the benefit of having lift weight before is muscle memory which allows u to properly execute exercises and shapes your muscles nicely amd easy but mich bigger than in your twenties.

  • Hey, i was wondering… you give tips about like what you should eat and stuff but like can you help with a more detailed diet plan. Like give us options when we should eat what and how much we should eat and like a daily plan or like a small example of a diet plan. Thx

  • is it good for me (fifteen yrs old) to have protien shakes because im sacred that it’ll make me fat even though i go gym 5days a week and 2 days doing sports all day

  • “……which can lead to….which can lead to…..” Listen to every word said, & how sentences are formed to achieve the desired result. Would Mr DeLauer address Optimum Nutrition’s Casein please? A major manufacturer such as O.N. & a few others, making a product that’s potentially as dangerous as what info in this video suggests is disturbing. Are we to believe they all know about BCM7 & how bad dairy is, etc, yet they push these products without ever addressing them in their own research?

  • Casein has worked for me I only would definitely recommend it along with a pre work, glutamine and a multi-vitamin only supplements I need.

  • so i started taking casein before bed. i wasnt able to sleep well because i had to go urinate a lot and my sleep schedule got jacked. not just that, I get really hungry.. is this normal?

  • I have no idea what you’re talking about man? I have been having casein for 7 years now before bed and I haven’t experienced any problem whatsoever. sorry but do your research right

  • hey hey, I train every night and Im wondering if I should drink a protein shake after my workout and then eat and THEN casein before bed or, just the protein shake after workout and then before bed the casein and forget about the meal? help me and thanks in advance. Regards from Prague

  • You should put sources in the description. 8g-1.5g per Kg of bodyweight seems really low. Amazing channel by the way, keep up the great work.

  • Awesome videos! Could you make a video about insulin. How it works reguarding working out, and how we should eat to lower insulin resistance, when high insulin would be good etc.?:D

  • Do a video on if cow’s milk is had for you. The internet has led me to consider eliminating milk from my diet but I’m not sure if I should.

  • so i started taking casein before bed. i wasnt able to sleep well because i had to go urinate a lot and my sleep schedule got jacked. not just that, I get really hungry.. is this normal?

  • You should put sources in the description. 8g-1.5g per Kg of bodyweight seems really low. Amazing channel by the way, keep up the great work.

  • Yes Casein protein is a good option to save your muscle breakdown and it also helps in recovery your broken muscle fibers during the whole night while you’re sleeping and you won’t wake up and eat food every 3 hours through your 7 to 8 hours sleep or maybe more. Because Casein protein is slow digestion protein. so it will absorb slowly and feed your muscle through out the night while your body isn’t having food to protect muscle breakdown and keep your body in anabolic mode. This is my perspective on Casein protein as a certified fitness trainer. Thanks..

  • oh my goodness,now ur upsetting me, ur promoting outdated information that was based In the 70s,80s and 90s,,,research and studies done on trained athletes has already proven that you don’t have to intake protein every 2 to 3 hours that as long as u get ur protein/caloric needs before u go night,night the body will know how to break it down so it can either go to weight loss if ur at a caloric deficit or weight gain if ur at a caloric surplus

  • Thank you!
    i was thinking about Casein Protein for a while, but this video made me realize that i don’t actually need it.
    i’m gonna stick with my whey protein.

  • So is the “rule” about 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight a myth? I find it pretty hard to take in that much protein in a day (over 200 grams in my case).

  • Could you do a video on human growth hormone, how it works and why heavy compound exercises make you naturally produce more of it? Thanks

    P.S love the vids:)

  • By the sound of it, casein protein sounds like it’s way better to take when cutting (due to what PF said about it making you feel full), anyone tried this and can confirm/debunk? starting my cut in january, and this could be helpful!

  • I mix a scoop of whey isolate with a scoop of casein for breakfast and after work outs. They whey is in my system after about 45 min, the casein keeps the protien digesting steady in my system over the long term. Love and Peace Barb W

  • Sadly India too is neglecting its own cow breeds and fast changing from A2’s to A1’s. Cow breeds with higher milk product are preferred over cows with higher quality of milk.

  • Hello Thomas. I am a beginner in the gym. Is it a myth that you need some sort of casein protein or protein in general at night before bed to prevent catabolic breakdown of muscles? or if you get sufficient protein throughout the day, that is good enough. I have come to conclusion that cottage cheese which I think is full of casein but also estrogen has caused me to put on more fat in the abdominal area. my plan is to eat two cans of tuna at night before going to bed.

  • hey hey, I train every night and Im wondering if I should drink a protein shake after my workout and then eat and THEN casein before bed or, just the protein shake after workout and then before bed the casein and forget about the meal? help me and thanks in advance. Regards from Prague

  • Vince I have been doing HIT for almost a year and finally this year I decided to transition to split weight training (with only dumbbells since I workout from home) and my question is: when doing sets of a certain a exercise, squats for example since today was my leg day, am I supposed to do all 3-5 sets in a row, or would it be better to do a set of each leg exercise I plan to do, then start all over and work on second set with all exercises?

  • What do you think? some reviews talking about inflammation caused by casein, just because its a big molecule that stays to long into the DS

  • @PictureFit checkout “the fitness tech” on whey vs casine. They copied your script from this video word for word into their video. Dont know how to get to you personally so this is the best I can do.

  • You didn’t answer my two questions on the last video

    Is it true that protein powders decrease your body’s calcium level?

    I also read somewhere that animal protein, especially concentrated powders such as
    whey and casein, help fuel any active carcinogens in the body, where as plant-based
    protein doesn’t do that. Myth or fact?

  • Protein I use is bulk mass gain. Personally Iv only just started using it this year and Iv been using other products and there’s results but not results I wanted. First thing I did was buy different protein each time I ran out just to see what works best for me. And bulk seems too work for me. Iv been going to do more cardio cause I live on a farm and I have everything I need out there when it comes to weight training. I gain easy but I feel like I can lose weight quickly as well my only option for me keeping my abs as I bulk up I need more cardio. But I’m not sure if I Should cause going from no cardio to Cardio 2, 3 times a week should be a challenge but I’m willing to do anything to achieve my goal except for like steroids cause I wanna be known as a natural but people can say what they want it won’t change a thing.

  • PictureFit Would it be a good idea to take both whey and casein at the same time? If so, when would be the best timing to take either whey and casein?

  • oh my goodness,now ur upsetting me, ur promoting outdated information that was based In the 70s,80s and 90s,,,research and studies done on trained athletes has already proven that you don’t have to intake protein every 2 to 3 hours that as long as u get ur protein/caloric needs before u go night,night the body will know how to break it down so it can either go to weight loss if ur at a caloric deficit or weight gain if ur at a caloric surplus

  • Vince I have been doing HIT for almost a year and finally this year I decided to transition to split weight training (with only dumbbells since I workout from home) and my question is: when doing sets of a certain a exercise, squats for example since today was my leg day, am I supposed to do all 3-5 sets in a row, or would it be better to do a set of each leg exercise I plan to do, then start all over and work on second set with all exercises?

  • casein caused me to heartburn, to be straight I take phase 8 supple and it cause me heartburn which leads me to can’t sleep at night due to it, its like waiting to the grim reaper at night sigh.

  • You didn’t answer my two questions on the last video

    Is it true that protein powders decrease your body’s calcium level?

    I also read somewhere that animal protein, especially concentrated powders such as
    whey and casein, help fuel any active carcinogens in the body, where as plant-based
    protein doesn’t do that. Myth or fact?

  • Im starting to think every food is bad so im fucked unless i just starve to death. Everybody wants to make money demonizing the other guy.

  • Was hoping for better more difficult topics instead of casein, feels like some people just don’t have the energy to look up easy information for themselves anyways good information Vince

  • Was hoping for better more difficult topics instead of casein, feels like some people just don’t have the energy to look up easy information for themselves anyways good information Vince

  • And I’d say, whey protein isolate supps are for convenience only. If 98% of the time you consume non dairy animal based protein, you should be okay

  • A1 Beta casein (black & white cow) is not healthy and should be avoided. A2 Beta casein (brown cow, or goat) on the other hand is the safer choice.

  • Every time I drink micellar casein shake before bed gives me terrible bloating and diarrhea next day. For me the only thing to deal with this is to take the shake with lots of fiber (bran cereal and blueberrys) and eat the thing slowly like around 1 hour. I regret buying this and sadly still have a long way to consume the whole big bottle.:( by the way I have switched eating cheese before bed, no issue at all.

  • @greveeen

    Caseïn protein bad for you? What an idiotic statement. You know that for instance, 80% of the protein from milk is caseïn (slow digesting) protein right? You know that almost all protein in nature (fish, meat, nuts, dairy etc.) is slow digesting right?

    In fact there’s been studies that except for right in the morning and post/pre workout, caseïne increases muscle mass more than whey in young adults. Casein is not very popular, but absolutely for the wrong reasons.

  • Casein is better, IMO.
    Leucine may be lower but you’re comparing the literally highest leucine protein (whey) to it; casein is still on the order of meat leucine content, which is generally considered to be high quality.
    Casein being slower digesting makes it far more satiating. Additionally, having more time coverage of amino acids in your bloodstream trumps the magnitude of the spike from whey.
    Casein also generally has more minerals in it.

  • A1 Beta casein (black & white cow) is not healthy and should be avoided. A2 Beta casein (brown cow, or goat) on the other hand is the safer choice.

  • Hey,
    i was wondering if you should take a hot or cold shower after working out, i thought hot was good because it opens your nerves to let the blood circulate but on the other hand i heard about athletes taking cold ones… Release me from this dilemma,thanks!

  • hi Kris I am from India and when I checked your website to order Rekaged. it showed payment method only as PayPal. please include internet banking or credit card/debit card option for payment. just because you have only PayPal, I was not able to order.