Cellucor Casein – Cellucor’s 2nd Protein Powder

Cellucor Casein

Cellucor is expanding their protein like with Cor Performance Casein, a micellar casein protein powder.

The mighty Cellucor has been teasing a huge release recently of all new products, most of which will be an expansion of their Cor Performance line of supplements. The first product revealed in the expansion was COR Casein.

Most already know Cellucor for their outstanding COR-Performance Whey Protein powder which is a blend of whey protein isolate followed by concentrate. Now, the supplement giant has entered the ultra-slow digesting market with the release of a casein protein.

The question is, will the flavor deliver as well as the COR-Whey powders do?

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Cor Casein Ingredients

Although we don’t have the label yet, we do know what the main ingredient is from the label: micellar casein. While whey protein is optimal peri-workout, casein is ideal anytime you need a filling snack or want a long-lasting release of amino acids.

Casein accounts for the majority of protein found in cow’s milk and has a much thicker texture and slower digestion in the human body.[1] It’s also been shown to be much more satiating than whey, which is why so many bodybuilders advocate it as a pre-bed snack.[2]

Aside from that, you’ll have the usual assortment of thickeners like xanthan gum and cellulose gum. For sweeteners, we anticipate Cor Casein to utilize the same sweeteners found in Cor Whey, which were Ace-K and Sucralose (in that order).

Cor Casin Macros

Cellucor Tub Empty

Fans love Cellucor’s Whey Protein, will their Casein powder be as beloved by fans?

Each scoop of Cor Casein includes:

  • Calories: 120
  • Protein: 25g
  • Fat: 1g
  • Sugar: 1g

Flavors & Sizes

So far, the only confirmed size is the 2.3lb tub shown in the pictures Cellucor has posted. In line with the pics, the only information we have on flavors comes from the pictures as well. The two flavors of COR Casein will be Chocolate and Vanilla, but as we saw over time with COR-Performance Whey, the menu exploded over time. We hope the same will happen with the casein too.

Takeaway

Cellucor’s new line is off to a strong start with a brand new protein powder. This expands the line and gives users an option for a nighttime snack that will be more filling and longer-lasting than slamming a whey shake down before bed.

COR-Performance Whey is all over our best protein powder guide, but maybe it’s time to talk about casein in there too: can this make the cut and beat out Optimum Nutrition like COR-Whey has begun to?

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References

  1. Hall WL, et al; “Casein and whey exert different effects on plasma amino acid profiles, gastrointestinal hormone secretion and appetite”; Br J Nutr; 2003; Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12575908
  2. Boirie, Yves et al; “Slow and Fast Dietary Proteins Differently Modulate Postprandial Protein Accretion”; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America; December 1997; 14930–14935; Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC25140/
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