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Sodium caseinate

Ingredient Type: Nutrient, Protein source

Sodium caseinate (otherwise known as casein) is a protein that is derived from milk. It is a commonly used ingredient in protein powders due to its high protein content and ability to dissolve easily in water.

Sodium caseinate is a slow-digesting protein, meaning it provides a sustained release of amino acids into the bloodstream. This can be beneficial for individuals who are looking to support muscle growth and recovery, as well as those who are trying to manage their appetite and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

In addition to its protein content, sodium caseinate is also a source of essential minerals such as calcium and phosphorus.

While sodium caseinate is generally considered safe for consumption, individuals with a milk allergy or lactose intolerance should avoid protein powders that contain this ingredient.

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