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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 4:18 pm 
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what kinds of whole foods are considered casein protein? i know milk and other dairy products fall under that category but are all dairy products casein? what about meat like chicken, beef, and fish? Thanks.


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Whey and Casein are both derived from milk. The protiens in meats may be fast absorbing like whey or slow absorbing like casein depending on what type meat you're eating.


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cheese should do the trick. Lots of casein and the fat slows it down further.


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Matt Z wrote:
Whey and Casein are both derived from milk. The protiens in meats may be fast absorbing like whey or slow absorbing like casein depending on what type meat you're eating.


what kinds of meat are fast absorbing and which are slow absorbing?


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You can think of Whey as fast acting and all others as slow.

This article goes into the timing of protein and some of the different kinds and sources. It may help make sense of it all.

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m ... _100545125

Stu


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TopShelf wrote:
Matt Z wrote:
Whey and Casein are both derived from milk. The protiens in meats may be fast absorbing like whey or slow absorbing like casein depending on what type meat you're eating.


what kinds of meat are fast absorbing and which are slow absorbing?


No meat is absorbed quickly.

Kenny Croxdale

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Thanks TimD.


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Due to its slow digesting properties casein protein is a great source of protein before you go to bed. I've been takeing http://www.illpumpyouup.com/optimum-nutrition/100-casein-protein.htm for about a year right now and I really happy with it. As for which foods have protein, I reallly don't know I have always gotten it through powders.


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Note from moderator, be careful, the info on cassein is credible, however, this is bordering on spam.
Tim


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