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Here’s a question for you… what is one of the hottest supplement categories out on the market that anyone can use, is relatively inexpensive, yet can provide you with amazing results? The answer is protein. Protein powders flood the store shelves and warehouses of retailers and fly out the door and into the hands of consumers on a daily basis. The next question becomes, what type of protein powder should you consider using? Well, your best bet may be a whey and casein blend and, in this article, I’m going to explain why you should take a closer look at protein powder blends if you feel like you’re not seeing the results you expected from your workouts.
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In an effort to put on quality lean muscle mass, many people hit up their local supplement retailer or go surfing online for a deal on protein powder.  And while that’s a great idea and protein powder can come in handy when looking to increase your daily protein intake, not all protein is created equal.  There are many forms of protein out on the market these days.  We have whey protein concentrate, casein protein, soy protein, among others.  But there is one that really stands out when compared to the rest and that’s whey protein isolate.
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When it comes to protein, consumers tend to have their favorite brands and types.  Some prefer to go with a fast-digesting, straight whey protein concentrate which can save some money knowing that the overall quality isn’t the best.  If someone wants a higher-quality protein, they will tend to gravitate towards an evenfaster-digesting whey protein isolate.  While both of those types of protein are fast to be broken down and absorbed, you also have casein protein that is used as a slower-digesting protein.  But what happens when you combine a slow and a fast-digesting protein?  That’s where the magic happens!
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