Instant Calcium Caseinate
Casein protein is the predominant component, approximately 75%, of cow's milk It has different bioactive peptides (α-, ß-, and κ- caseins) compared to whey protein. The major difference in amino acid profile compared to whey protein is the low levels (< 0.5%) of the amino acid cystine.
Perhaps the most striking difference between whey and caseinates is the rate of digestion and absorption into the body. After consuming whey proteins there is a rapid rise in levels of blood amino acids which returns to baseline in approximately 2 hours. Casein, however, coagulates in the stomach, forming a curd, and is digested far more slowly, leading to a more moderate rise in blood amino acids that is sustained for up to 7 hours. Like all our 100% pure products Maxum’s calcium caseinate is 100% pure and contains no additives or flavorings of any kind.
Typical Nutritional Information
Amino Acid Profile (Per 100g of Protein)
20 kg bags