Protein There are 33 products.


  • Casein
    Casein protein is known as "night time" protein because unlike it's sister whey protein, casein can take up to 7 hours to be digested and used by the body. You might be thinking that's exactly what you don't what, slow digesting protein! But for the night time, before you sleep, that's exactly what you do want. The majority of muscle repair and regrowth happens while you're fast asleep! While you're asleep your body is taking the opportunity to recover from your intense training sessions. Casein is ideal before bed because it gives the body a constant, slow release supply of protein for use throughout the night. Casein can also be used throughout the day in your home made meal replacement shakes! Meal replacements don't need to be absorbed fast, so that makes casein protein ideal. Micellar casein, an extremely slow digesting and rich protein source that continues to feed your muscles long after whey proteins have dropped off. It was shown to offer a strong anti-catabolic effect not noticed with fast digesting whey protein, and actually fostered a much more positive overall net protein balance in comparison. Micellar casein is the natural, undenatured form of casein found in milk. It is separated from milk by means of ultrafiltration, without the use of chemicals, which increases the amount of bioactive milk peptides that support immune function as well as enhance muscle growth. A property of micellar casein is that it may have the ability to form a "gel" in the gut. This provides a steady release of amino acids into the blood stream, which makes it an excellent choice for a long lasting anti-catabolic protein.
  • Protein Blends
    As the name suggests, protein blends are a combination of several protein sources. The combination of two or more protein sources allows the user to benefit from sustained protein release, fast release protein, and a more complete amino acid profile. Protein blends can be used post workout, between meals and before bed. If you want the benefits of several protein sources in one powder, you need a protein powder blend. Check out the protein blends we have on sale below:
  • Whey Protein
    Out of the many protein sources out there, whey protein is the ultimate. It comes from milk. During the process of turning milk into cheese, whey protein is separated out. Protein can be found in a variety of foods -mainly meats, such as fish, beef, and chicken. Dairy products as well as eggs, cottage cheese, soy and vegetable protein also contain good amounts of protein. Nevertheless, none of these sources compares in quality or ease of use like whey protein. Whey protein has the highest value in providing branched-chain amino acids, which result in building and retaining muscle tissue.
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