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Did you know that, just like with carbohydrates, a distinction is made between fast and slow proteins? This has to do with the speed at which the particular protein is absorbed into your blood. The rate of breakdown affects the build-up, breakdown and storage of proteins in the body. We will tell you more about slow or slow proteins.
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Did you know that, just like with carbohydrates, a distinction is made between fast and slow proteins? This has to do with the speed at which the particular protein is absorbed into your blood. The rate of breakdown affects the build-up, breakdown and storage of proteins in the body. We will tell you more about slow or slow proteins.

What are slow proteins?

Proteins have two functions, namely: to provide the body with energy and, on the other hand, they serve as building material. Compared to carbohydrates, proteins are digested a lot more slowly by the body. You can also divide proteins into fast and slow proteins. When the body has exhausted all fuels (both carbohydrates and proteins), other reserves are used. This can be fat, but if you have a dry trained body, the proteins from muscles will also be used up. There is currently muscle breakdown. Your body actually eats your muscles. Because slow proteins release energy very slowly, it is recommended to eat them before a long rest period. This can prevent muscle breakdown in a period when you don't eat much.

Slow protein shake

Casein is the protein used to make slow protein shakes. This is an animal protein that is found in milk products such as cheese, yogurt and cottage cheese. After you eat or drink casein, small lumps form in your stomach. This makes digestion more difficult and therefore takes longer. The amino acids of casein are therefore released over a longer period of time, with the advantage that your muscles can recover for a long time.

Slow and fast proteins: when which ones?

But when is the best time to consume slow proteins? As we said before, this is best for a rest period, for example when you go to sleep. After a workout, your muscles immediately need protein. In this case, you eat fast proteins . The best-known type, and immediately the most popular protein shake, is whey proteins .

Buy slow proteins at House of Nutrition

In short, are you looking for the perfect protein shake before going to sleep? Or a protein shake for a long rest period? Then slow protein shakes on this page are exactly what you're looking for! We have made a careful selection of quality brands. Order your favorite today.

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