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Casein Protein Foods List
Milk & mild products: Casein is one of the main proteins in milk and most milk products have casein. ...Read more
Only in unnatural...: Casein is just milk protein, most likely from cow milk. It is bad for a person if she takes casein in unnaturally large amounts, but casein is in naturally healthy amounts in dairy products. There is no need to take processed casein outside of dietary milk, yogurt, etc... ...Read more
80% of protein in milk is casein, 20% whey. They have different balances of amino acids, whey is absorbed more quickly and they have different effects.
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How much protein (whey/casein) should I uptake if i go to the gym 3 times a week, female, 25 y.O. 114 lb? What else should I take to get stronger?
Shoot for: 3/4 to 1 mg of protein per lb. Body weight per day if training hard and hoping to put on some mass, from a variety of sources both dietary and supplements. Experiment with lesser and greater amounts. One size doesn't fit everyone & leser amounts may be appropriate for people with kidney issues. Hope this is helpful! ...Read more
Maybe...: There's more to milk than just lactose. Intolerance to milk may include problems with milk proteins or even with processing the fat component of milk. If your problem resolves with concomittant use of lactase enzyme when eating the same milk products (that cause gas & diarrhea in the absence of lactase) then lactose intolerance is likely. More elegant lactose intolerance testing is available too. ...Read more
As kid had really bad hyperhidrosis triggered by milk as Whey/casein are byproducts of milk will protein do the same if so any alternative protein?
I consume a casein protein shake before bed and now want to take NyQuil so I can sleep. Any problems taking both?
I take a protein made by muscle pharm called combat protein series and it contains micellar casein is that safe with me taking lisinpril and htzc?
Yes: If the supplement is purely a protein powder as described above, then yes. But given the unique pharmacokinetic features of micellar casein ("slow-release") it may be prudent to take your blood pressure medicines (and other medicines) at a different time of day from your protein supplement so as not to interfere with absorption. ...Read more
Are whey and casein protein powder shakes safe long term? Any alternatives that also contain all essential amino acids? Thanks!
My protein supp. contains calcium caseinate, this form of casein is treated with alkalies. Chemical alkalies damage nutrient absorption. Is this true?
I'm trying to strengthen my pelvic floor muscles. Would whey protein or casein powder help? If not, what can?
PT for Pelvic Floor!: Like any voluntary muscle, the pubococcygeus muscle (the large muscle that encompasses the urethra, vagina, and rectum) can be strengthened by exercise. You can even get physical therapy for your pelvic floor! imagine! they actually use small weights - held inside the vagina to make the muscle stronger. Look up kegel exercises, too. You have to do a lot of them to work, though. Don't give up. ...Read more
Is there any known adverse effects for taking protein powder (whey, casein)? I usually drink one or two a day between meals, not as a meal replacement
I recently had kidney stone how much protein is good for me per day ?? as I'm working out and using whey and casein protein supplements
Which is better for healthy, active female who doesn't want to bulk up, but just tone the muscles casein or whey protein (0 fat, sugar, carb)?
Severe acne on consuming milk, hair gets clogged with sebum is it because of the casein in it, i want to know whether i can take whey protein, can I cure?
Milk causing acne: There's no definite link between dairy and acne, but there are theories about it. Some of these theories include: milk contains components related to the hormone testosterone that may stimulate oil glands in the skin, setting the stage for acne.Replace the calcium that you would normally get from dairy by eating other foods such as calcium-rich leafy greens, broccoli, and sardines. ...Read more
I'm thinner so i need to be fit,list me the foods one by one which have more protein,,how long must I have sleep a day & must I goto gym now & I'm 17.
Carefully change: Sleep 6-8 hours a day. Your body will awaken when it is rested. Regular cardio activity is best for fitness. If you want to add bulk then weights should be incorporated. There are online resources about foods with protein. If you need a personalized plan then you should meet with someone face to face. ...Read more
Depends: If you eat dairy products you can try greek yogurt or cottage cheese (otherwise soy/almond/coconut yogurt). Non dairy sources include chia seeds, beans, lentils, quinoa, eggs, artichokes, broccoli, avocado, asparagus, tofu, peas, spinach, beet greens, peanuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, garbanzo beans. ...Read more
Iam taking contrave to loss weight and Iam supposed to have 30 grams of protein and 30 G of carbs a day I need a list of food with low protein?
Dietician: My advice is to see a registered dietician at your local hospital. She will determine your ideal weight,calculate what your daily calorie intake should be considering your usual level of physical activity, critique your current eating habits and outline a proper sample diet especially for you. Usually only one or two visits are sufficient. You can be given a list of foods with their protein level ...Read more
MANY: What you prefer depends on the type of diet you're eating. Some people are vegan, for instance, and avoid all animal products. Meats like fish, chicken, grass-fed beef, dairy products, & eggs are prime sources. If vegan you'll want beans, lentils, non-dairy milks (coconut, almond, etc), nut butters, and tofu. All can get protein from leafy veggies like spinach, and grains like quinoa. ...Read more
Meat: All animal muscle is complete protein for humans. While containing some fats the amount depends on the type of meat and cut of meat. Eggs are complete protein but smaller quantities. Keep in mind that protein is difficult to digest and overeating protein may be eventually detrimental in terms of gastrointestinal disease, live and kidneys. ...Read more