I’ve been told casein protein is simply derived from eggs, just as whey is from milk, and soy obviously from the laboring men who can’t get it up.
If so, I was hoping someone could finally enlighten me just as to how fast one is absorbed into the blood, and when it finally filters out.
Whey I take it is around 10-15 depending on if it’s isolate or concentrate, and only stays in your system for about an hour after the fact.
Does this work for milk as well, and if so why even take whey why not just take casein w/ milk, I mean obviously you need protein ASAP, but I just don’t see the reason for the whey hype when the quality of the protein is seemingly inconclusive and the benefits of slower absorbing protein would highly outweigh any protein quality.
You can’t even buy micellar casein at the GNC. WHAT GIVES?!!@