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Promoted 07-12-2016 by Corwin at 03:41 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: select 4-Lbs Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Protein on sale for the prices below after 25% discount (automatically applied at checkout) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks Eze2517-

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Edited July 12, 2016 at 11:28 AM by jersharocks
Amazon has Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Protein, Chocolate Supreme & other flavours for 25% off. Depending on state tax, mine came out $42.60. You can also use S&S and get it for $32.37 with 15% S&S discount or $37.65 with 5% S&S discount.
Its a good deal to restock.


P.s : My first post please be kind.

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My understanding is that casein, unlike whey protein, reacts to the acids in your stomach and coagulates, making it harder for your stomach to digest and thereby lasting longer in your digestive tract. This is why it's considered the "slow-release" protein.
By this logic, it's good to take at night before bed because it will release protein slowly into your system while you sleep so that your body isn't deprived of protein for long periods of time. It's objectively an inferior protein to whey by almost any metric, but it serves a very specific purpose.

See how I did that without sounding like a dick?
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Comes to $32.37 with 5+ S&S Items!!!!
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I'm in for natural chocolate creme for 32 bucks shipped
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thanks! came to 27. apparently I had some prime sample credit
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Awesome deal on ON Casein! Thanks OP!

Items: $53.79
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Prime Savings: -$13.45
Subscribe & Save: -$8.07


Total before tax: $32.27
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In for one, great deal! FYI this stuff will seem awful compared to whey or blended proteins -- it's more of a bedtime protein. Very thick and gooey, but a great way to get your protein without having to cook and eat constantly.
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any deals on whey protein for prime day?
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In for one, great deal! FYI this stuff will seem awful compared to whey or blended proteins -- it's more of a bedtime protein. Very thick and gooey, but a great way to get your protein without having to cook and eat constantly.
I recommend mixing it with milk. It's a bit creamier but much less thick as it is more soluble in fat
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in on this, nice deal
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Works on the Natural flavors too! woot
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Quote from ash78 View Post :
In for one, great deal! FYI this stuff will seem awful compared to whey or blended proteins -- it's more of a bedtime protein. Very thick and gooey, but a great way to get your protein without having to cook and eat constantly.
LOL so when am I supposed to eat chicken? Only in the afternoon? How about eggs? Strictly between the hours of 8am and 10am? When is it okay to consume milk?

Excuse my mockery, but there's no such thing as a bedtime protein, nor a morning, afternoon or post-workout protein. Assuming you consume the same amount of protein in a given day, your results will be the same regardless of when you consumed each protein source. Milk is 80% casein, so this is fairly similar to the protein you get when you consume dairy products, and surely you wouldn't tell someone that dairy is only meant for bedtime. That's just a bunch of advertising mumbo jumbo to get people to buy a bunch of different protein powders and consume them all at various time while paying no attention to their total protein intake (which is what truly matters).

Lastly, the thick and creamy consistency is what makes casein so great, and it is fantastic for mixing with oatmeal.
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Last edited by snakeye July 12, 2016 at 07:24 AM
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LOL so when am I supposed to eat chicken? Only in the afternoon? How about eggs? Strictly between the hours of 8am and 10am? When is it okay to consume milk?

Excuse my mockery, but there's no such thing as a bedtime protein, nor a morning, afternoon or post-workout protein. Assuming you consume the same amount of protein in a given day, your results will be the same regardless of when you consumed each protein source. Milk is 80% casein, so this is fairly similar to the protein you get when you consume dairy products, and surely you wouldn't tell someone that dairy is only meant for bedtime. That's just a bunch of advertising mumbo jumbo to get people to buy a bunch of different protein powders and consume them all at various time while paying no attention to their total protein intake (which is what truly matters).

Lastly, the thick and creamy consistency is what makes casein so great, and it is fantastic for mixing with oatmeal.
My understanding is that casein, unlike whey protein, reacts to the acids in your stomach and coagulates, making it harder for your stomach to digest and thereby lasting longer in your digestive tract. This is why it's considered the "slow-release" protein.
By this logic, it's good to take at night before bed because it will release protein slowly into your system while you sleep so that your body isn't deprived of protein for long periods of time. It's objectively an inferior protein to whey by almost any metric, but it serves a very specific purpose.

See how I did that without sounding like a dick?
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sweet deal
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My understanding is that casein, unlike whey protein, reacts to the acids in your stomach and coagulates, making it harder for your stomach to digest and thereby lasting longer in your digestive tract. This is why it's considered the "slow-release" protein.
By this logic, it's good to take at night before bed because it will release protein slowly into your system while you sleep so that your body isn't deprived of protein for long periods of time. It's objectively an inferior protein to whey by almost any metric, but it serves a very specific purpose.

See how I did that without sounding like a dick?
Lolol! My immediate thought after reading your first sentence was "this guy seems a lot nicer" and then I laughed out loud at your last sentence. Well said, ya dick.
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