A small note on shipping
Adding the Protein Pizza Base to your order will add 90g to the shipping weight.
So if you're optimised your order for our 3kg Express Post limit, it may tip you over and your order might take longer than usual to be delivered.
But surely free Protein Pizza Base will be worth the wait!
Slow release protein powder
Calcium Caseinate is a slow digesting protein source that provides a steady release of amino acids for optimal muscle recovery and growth.
Our New Zealand sourced Calcium Caseinate is extremely pure with a protein content of 92%. It contains less than 1 gram of fat per serve and is virtually carbohydrate free.
Why should I take Calcium Caseinate?
- Virtually lactose free - no upset stomach, yay!
- Very high in protein - yet low in fats and carbs
- Slow release properties - ideal for evening use
- Naturally rich in BCAAs, EAAS and Glutamine - great for muscle recovery and growth
Calcium Caseinate vs Micellar Casein?
If you have a lactose intolerance, choose Calcium Caseinate! A major benefit of Calcium Caseinate over Micellar Casein is that it’s virtually lactose free with less than 0.1% of lactose.
Calcium Caseinate is also higher in protein than Micellar Casein and has lower levels of fat and carbohydrates.
Ideal protein to take before bed
Calcium Caseinate is slow digesting which allows for a constant delivery of amino acids to your muscles for up to 12 hours. This is essential for muscle recovery and growth as it prevents muscle wastage.
A slow release protein like Calcium Caseinate is perfect to keep you full of an evening and can help you wake up feeling a little less sore after a hard workout.
Options for flavouring Calcium Caseinate
Calcium Caseinate mixes easily with our protein flavourings if you prefer a flavoured protein drink!
Consume 30g of Calcium Caseinate, often used as a night protein.
Combine powder with liquid (or an already prepared protein shake) and consume immediately. As Calcium Caseinate does not mix well we recommend it is combined with other ingredients to improve taste and texture.
Keep package well sealed, store away from moisture, light and heat.
- How does it taste? This product is unflavoured and is generally considered to have a neutral/bland taste. This product has a thick texture
- What is made from? This product is a protein derived from milk
- Are samples available of this product? Sorry we do not provide samples of this product
- How is it packaged? This product is packaged in resealable 1kg and 4kg pouches
|Calcium Caseinate Nutrition Information|
|Servings per 1kg package: 33||Servings size: 30g|
|Average Quantity Per Serving||Average Quantity Per 100g|
|Carbohydrates (g)||< 0.1||0.1|
|(sugars) (g)||< 0.1||0.1|
FORMULATED SUPPLEMENTARY SPORTS FOOD. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE OR PREGNANT WOMEN. SHOULD ONLY BE USED UNDER MEDICAL OR DIETIC SUPERVISION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A SOLE SOURCE OF NUTRITION AND SHOULD BE CONSUMED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A NUTRITIOUS DIET AND APPROPRIATE PHYSICAL TRAINING OR EXERCISE PROGRAM.
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Calcium Caseinate is regularly lab tested.
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Posted by Colin on Mar 29, 2018
Haven't used Calcium Caseinate for nearly 40 years. Back then, it was the gold standard for milk protein. Whey was not available, as the technology to produce it had not yet been developed. CC is still as good as ever. I now mix it 50/50 with WPC to give the best of both. It's all anyone needs really...
Posted by Brett on Mar 09, 2018
I used Micellar Casein of an evening before bed for the slow release. I switched to this purely for the protein level, but in particular the almost non existent fat & carb level. I like it, but it is hard to mix. I'm finding I have to add a small portion of boiling water to try break it down and then add cold water. It works but is time consuming. If you don't break it down it can feel "gluggy" in your stomach. Helps mixing with a portion of other proteins. Any other suggestions would be great ?
Posted by Patrick on Feb 12, 2018
Not the tastiest or the easiest to mix but i have never liked the consistency or taste of casein based proteins but i never bought it for the taste. Overall good product keeps my stomach at bay while i sleep never wake up in the middle of the night looking for a snack .
Posted by Bonn on Apr 14, 2017
At first I found it does not dissolve quickly and leaves lumpy bits when I use a shaker. I discovered using a hand mixer dissolves it completely.
Posted by Stuart A on Feb 23, 2016
So before using Bulk Nutrients, I had never heard of calcium caseinate but had heard of WPI, WPC, BCAAs etc. So here are my initial impressions.
Firstly, it is very powdery stuff, especially when compared to BN's WPI. So you may find yourself with a little bit of mess, that's just the way the consistency of the product is.
Secondly, this product should only be mixed with water, not milk. It is calcium, so it's like adding milk to more milk. Make sure you add the water first, then the powder, otherwise it does tend to get stuck at the bottom.
Thirdly, it does take a bit to get this to dissolve. You really need to give it a shake, then let it sit, then shake it again after a little while. Even then you may notice a few small lumps. The taste is ok.
Having said the above, I have found calcium caseinate does help me to feel full for longer during the day, and it's a good option for those wanting to fuel their bodies with protein during downtime.
Posted by Matt on Feb 12, 2016
it would be nicer with some flavour ah well! Don't leave too long in fridge or you will need a spoon to eat it !
Posted by Huss on Nov 05, 2015
The flavouring mixes well with this product, regarding the review above, Ive found that to improve mixability you just need to let the protein sit in the shake for a couple of minutes, then shake it again.
Posted by Suresh on Aug 05, 2015
Works really well. I create my own blend of casein, pea and rice protiens; all unflavored and natural. I add psyllium husk to this blend and stavia for flavour. Helps keep me full at night with the added benefit of helping the gut due to psyllium.
Posted by Graeme on Jun 19, 2015
The product breaks down nicely in the shaker though perhaps a bit lumpy if too much within shaker, like any product. Overall, am happy so far.