Casein Protein Review
What You Should Know
Casein Protein is something you may find in dietary supplements for weight loss and bodybuilding. It is used to build muscle, and is a primary ingredient in some protein powders. Though it seems to be more beneficial for those who are looking to build muscle rather than lose fat, we will take a closer look at it to determine how well it works and if you should consider using it or not.
List of Ingredients
Casein Protein is itself an ingredient in many different weight loss and bodybuilding supplements.
Casein Protein is one of the proteins found in milk. It lasts longer in the body than whey, because it takes longer to digest and break down. The longer it is in the body, the longer it can feed the muscles, providing the amino acids the body requires to build them. It is separated from milk using filtration, without the addition of chemicals, which means it not only has greater bio-availability, but it can help support the immune system function, too. The additional support will foster muscle growth. The Casein Protein will gel in the stomach so it can produce a time release of amino acids, and may even provide a feeling of fullness to help you control the appetite, though it does not make that claim outright.
- Casein Protein is available as an ingredient in many supplements, as well as independently.
- Casein Protein comes from natural sources, and is extracted with natural methods.
- This product is not suited for those who do not drink milk, either due to vegetarianism or lactose intolerance.
- Though potentially helpful to bodybuilders, this product will not likely produce much help for those looking to burn fat.
- As the protein is featured in many supplements and produced by many different companies, it may be hard to know exactly what you’re getting when you select one.
- Free trials are not likely available, depending on the manufacturer.
- Money back guarantee policies will vary from merchant to merchant.
If you feel the need to supplement with additional protein, or you have a hard time getting enough protein in your diet because you don’t eat a lot of meat or nuts, this may be a good way to add it in. The problem is, most people do not need to supplement with protein because they get plenty from their diets. If you’re not trying to train to build a lot of muscle, and all you want to do is lose some fat, then you more than likely do not need to supplement with this or any other kind of protein. Instead, look for a weight loss supplement that contains proven appetite suppressants and/or fat burners and use them with regular exercise, and a balanced, reduced-calorie diet.