Calcium Caseinate

Calcium Caseinate
calcium caseinate label

Slow Release Protein Powder

92% P – 0.1% C – 0.4% F

 

 

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Supplied as 1kg units

$39.95

MyoPure’s New Calcium Caseinate is completely natural and made in New Zealand.

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.

In terms, of muscle hypertrophy, whey could be considered a ‘fast protein’ which promotes protein synthesis (ie. it’s anabolic) whereas casein is a ‘slow protein’ which significantly slows protein breakdown (ie. it’s anti-catabolic). The bio-active peptides in casein may also have anabolic and anti-catabolic effects.

In an interesting study by Demling and DeSanti (2000), over-weight untrained men were placed on a diet, given a resistance training program and took supplemental protein either as a hydrolysed casein protein blend or as a whey protein blend. The subjects who supplemented their diet with the hydrolysed casein protein blend lost 3kg more fat and gained 2kg more muscle than those supplementing with the whey protein blend. Unsurprisingly, increase in strength was 31% greater in the casein group.

Thus it appears calcium caseinate may be useful in promoting muscle gain and fat loss while dieting especially in untrained individuals.

Suggested Use:

Add one serve to 150 to 300ml of water or milk. The less liquid the thicker the shake will be.

1 level MyoPure Scoop weighs 24g

Ingredients:

Milk Protein Powder

Made in:

New Zealand

Summary Nutritional Facts

Average per serveAverage per 100g
Energy480Kj 1600Kj
Protein27.6g 92g
Fat0.3g 1g
Carbohydrate0g 0.1g
Sodium3mg 10mg
Potassium1mg 3mg
Calcium0.39g1.3g

MyoPures’ Calcuim Caseinate is a spray dried milk protein powder manufactured in New Zealand directly from fresh skim milk. The flavour is bland and has excellent flavour stability. It has very good nutritional value with high calcium and low sodium content.

Typical Composition

Protein (TNx 6.38)(As is)92% (Dry basis) 96.5%
Moisture4.6%
Fat0.9%
Minerals, vitamins, etc3.7%
Lactose0.15%
Calcium1.3%
Sodium0.01%

Typical Physical Properties

Colour White to pale cream
Flavour Clean and bland
Scorched particles (50g) A Disc
pH(5% at 20¼ C) 7.0
Inhibitory substances< 0.005 IU/ml

Typical Microbiological Estimates

E. coli (/g)Not Detected
Coagulase +ve S. aureus, (/g) Not Detected
Yeast/Mold, (CFU,g)<10
Listeria, (/25g) Absent
Salmonella, (/25g) Absent

Amino Acid Profile

Amino Acids per 100g Protein Branch Chain Amino Acids
Isoleucine 4.7g
Leucine8.7g
Valine 5.7g
Other Essential Amino Acids
Lysine7.4g
Methionine2.8g
Phenylalanine 4.8g
Threonine 4.0g
Tryptophan1.3g
Other Amino Acids
Alanine 3.0g
Arginine3.4g
Aspartate6.7g
Cystine 0.4g
Glutamic Acid22g
Glycine1.7g
Histidine2.7g
Proline 10.1g
Serine 5.4g
Tyrosine5.2g

Quality Assurance Strict quality control procedures are enforced during manufacture. The manufacturing environment is also subject to regular monitoring and control.

Final product is sampled and tested for chemical sensory and microbial parameters using internationally recognised procedures. During storage and shipment, precautions are taken to ensure product quality is maintained.

Each package is identified, enabling traceback.

Weight1.02 kg
Dimensions10 x 5 x 5 cm
Size

1kg

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