They sell Peptopro-hydro Caseinate and hydro casein.. Which is better? I know peptopro isnt considered the best anymore and hydro micellar casein is, but is the hydro casein better without the word 'micellar' in it lol maybe a dumb question but i cant find a lot of sources that sell the hydro micellar casein..
Pepto-pro hydro very fast absorbing. I don't know if you 'd want to sub that for your whey/casein pwo. Regular micellar casein is medium to slow absorbing....I think. You are over complicating things maybe someone else can fill in the gaps here. What else are you looking at buying and for what purpose. General protein, intra workout, post workout, slow absorbing nighttime protein...etc..
I appreciate the reply but I know exactly what im talking about. Im not over complicating anything. Its a simple question... I know what all the proteins do. Peptopro isn't the best hydro protein. Clearly, my question was is TN's hydro casein better than the peptopro. I think maybe you complicated it a little
You'be gotta be from like tennessee or mississippi or alabama or something. It's pretty sad when the world is at your fingertips and you need someone else to funnel
feed you the information like a stuffed pig. Get back on your bike.
All bc you complicated a question? Clearly i know what im talking about.. I've never been able to find hydro micellar casein.. The product in question doesn't say 'micellar' in the name.. thanks for your info that wasn't needed or asked for tho
You haven't talked about anything. All you've done is ask questions....let me complicate things more.
What are Casein Hydrolysate and Micellar Casein?
Before we discuss the differences between these two forms of casein protein, a fundamental understanding of protein structure and digestion is necessary. Proteins are made up of many peptide bonds that conjoin amino acids via carbon-nitrogen bonds. These bonds are necessarily lysed (i.e. split) by the process of hydrolysis which subsequently increases free amino-acid concentrations in the blood. Hence, hydrolysis refers to the splitting of a chemical bond by an H2O molecule.
Casein hydrolysate (also sometimes referred to as hydrolyzed casein) is enzymatically hydrolyzed during processing to improve its rate of absorption. (11) The increase in digestion/absorption rate and amino acid delivery to skeletal muscle tissue arises from the fact that the protein structure is essentially pre-digested into smaller peptide fractions from its intact, original structure.
Micellar casein is a soluble, high-quality milk protein powder with a clean flavor. Micellar casein protein can essentially be described as the whole, undenatured form; in nature, most casein protein exists as whats known as a casein micelle. (1) A casein micelle is a colloidal particle that biologically serves to transport insoluble calcium-phosphate complexes in liquid form to the stomach for clotting and subsequent digestion. In fact, over 90% of the calcium content in skim milk is linked with the casein micelle. (1) For this reason, as aforementioned in the benefits section, casein protein supplements can serve as potent sources of calcium.
Jesus Christ man... I know all of this! Once again, you're offering information that wasn't asked about.
Question: Is TN's hydro casein the same thing as hydro micellar casein...
That's it! Stop pushing info that was never asked about by me.. I know what they all do, regardless of what you think I don't know! I was never trying to be a dick. You made the assumption I was over complicating it. No im not.. One. Simple. Question ... so unless you can answer it for me, confidently, stop posting on this thread. Damn dude
Wow lol that was my question.. like I said, I know its the best, from Mike Arnold's words.. He also said it wasn't on the market but companies were working on it. I assumed, based on his words, that the hydro casein was a cheaper/generic protein made to seem like the HMC .. So through all of this bs you actually answered my question, so thank you..
As I said tho, I do know what im talking about in terms of what proteins do what, which is what you seemed to get defensive about..