Elite Casein Review

Dymatize Elite Casein protein is a popular bodybuilding supplement and consumers are raving about its abilities to maximize performance and stimulate muscle repair and growth.

This slow-digesting formula is advertised as a perfect way to keep your muscles fed throughout the night, so you don’t have to sacrifice your hard-earned muscle gains. Manufacturers would have you believe that Elite Casein is a high-quality formula that will give your body the amino acids it needs to recover from an intense training session.

With so many consumers touting Dymatize Elite Casein as the perfect muscle-recovery supplement, I couldn’t help but be a little interested in what it had to offer. Is it really as effective as everyone would have you believe?

What’s Inside the Bottle?

When I first looked at the bottle, I couldn’t help but be a little impressed. Only 120 calories per serving, with just 4 grams of carbs and no sugar? It’s almost too good to be true.

Add a whopping 600 mg of calcium for protecting your bones, 220 mg of potassium for protecting the heart and kidney, and of course, 24 grams of casein protein, and you have yourself an ideal environment for building a stronger, healthier body.

dymatize elite casein supplement facts

Micellar Casein: A slow-digesting protein, Miceller Casein protein makes a great aid for preserving lean muscle mass and keeping you full throughout the day. Micellar Casein forms a gelatinous substance in the stomach, resulting in an extended release of amino acids for muscle building and recovery.

Protease: A unique enzyme that stimulates protein catabolism.

Lactase: This enzyme improves the body’s ability to digest milk sugar – making it easier for those with lactose intolerance to digest casein protein without the negative side effects.

Lipase: Another enzyme, this ingredient plays a crucial role in digestion as well as the transport and processing of dietary lipids.

Should You Be Concerned About Side Effects?

Unless you’re allergic to milk, Casein protein should not result in any major side effects when taken correctly.

The most common side effect of casein protein is indigestion, constipation, and cramping, but these are typically the result of taking too much protein at one time, without using it in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Available Flavors

This protein supplement is available in the following flavors:

• Cinnamon Bun
• Cookies & Cream
• Rich Chocolate
• Smooth Vanilla
• Chocolate Peanut Butter

From what I’ve read of the consumer reviews, the flavors are delicious and satisfying.

According to one review, “I got the vanilla flavor and to my surprise, it was delicious. Most vanilla flavored protein tastes awful and like Chalk. but I truly enjoyed this one. It was very smooth, mixed very well, and tasted very well.”

Is it Easy to Use?

Yes! Casein protein powder mixes well with water, milk, or any other liquid. Simply combine 1 scoop with 10-12 oz. of your favorite beverage.

Most experts recommend taking Casein protein first thing in the morning to keep you full throughout the day as well as immediately before to sustain you throughout the night. Of course, you can use casein protein any time at your convenience.

Is it Affordable?

Elite Casein is available in multiple sizes, so you can find a product that fits in your budget. Pricing will vary depending on where you shop online.

From what I found, Elite Casein was listed for the following prices:

BodyBuilding.com: $26.99 per 2 lb. and $46.74 per 4 lb. bottle
Dymatize.com: $47.59 per 2.18 lb. bottle
Amazon.com: $30.81 per 2 lb. bottle
GNC.com: $44.99 per 2 lb. Bottle
A1Supplements.com: $29.95 per 2 lb. Bottle

In order to save money, you might want to try ordering a small bottle of Elite Casein, just to see whether or not you like the flavor and the results. Then, if you’re satisfied, order a larger bottle as buying in bulk is most cost-effective per ounce.

What if You Don’t Like Your Results?

From what I could see, Dymatize.com does not offer a money-back guarantee on their products, but if you order from other websites, you may be able to get a full refund depending on the individual store policies.

Sites such as GNC.com offer a great 30 day guarantee on all their products, while other sites do not. Be sure to double-check what each store has to offer if you’re hoping to get a return on a product.

If you have additional questions about the product, you can try contacting customer service via the following information:

Dymatize Nutrition
13737 N. Stemmons Fwy
Farmers Branch, TX 75234
Toll Free (888) 334-LEAN
Phone (972) 732-1990
Fax (972) 732-1771

Customer Service
Email: customerservice@dymatize.com

Is it A Good Choice?

Although Dymatize Elite Casein protein is not perfect and doesn’t provide the same results for everyone, it’s definitely a good option for those individuals looking for an affordable, great-tasting protein powder.

I have no problem recommending Elite Casein protein at this time.

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Elite Casein User Reviews

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  1. Comment

    While I don’t endorse the Atkins diet meohtd, a low-carb/med. healthy fat/high protein diet is generally the best approach for fat loss.Alternative protein sources to milk products are: lean pork, lean red meat, whole eggs, egg whites, chicken, white fish, and turkey (I especially like the 98% fat free ground turkey with soy sauce, garlic, and broccoli when dieting). Josh

    Ayako
    January 15, 2013 at 12:20 pm
  2. Comment

    I am not sure why you are trying to fololw fad diet programs. Casein is found in dairy products; therefore remove these products from your diet. You can get more complete proteins from meat and meat alternatives. If you are worried about the calcium, take a supplement. There are also many rice and/or soy based substitutes for milk and cheese.

    Hala
    January 15, 2013 at 3:39 pm
  3. Comment

    kosher doesn’t have anything to do with milk ulness it is mixed with meat then it would be non-kosher.casein, which is a milk protein, makes the dairy free stuff taste like real butter.i did have a client who did have a morbid allergic reaction to dairy and she did die and went to the hospital where they resuscitated her. I didn’t know that non-dairy margarine could be deadly it was the casein. She didn’t know what it was either. If your allergy is that severe then you will probably have to use just olive oil or a nut butter instead of butter or margarine on your toast or in baking. Look up all the dairy derivatives and keep a list in your wallet so that you can check stuff out. If you fine a dairy-free product that has a dairy element in it, contact the company that makes it and tell them and make a point of how it is being improperly labeled do you have a better business bureau to go to? My non-dairy client was with me for 2 weeks and I had to find a source of bread that was non dairy and all sorts of stuff. She is still alive!!!!

    Midori
    January 17, 2013 at 4:48 pm

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