Calcium Caseinate

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Nutrients Direct uses New Zealand made Calcium Caseinate which is a slow release protein that is high in amino acids. Calcium Caseinate’s unique time-release qualities allows it to fuel muscles for a prolonged period, making it ideal for use between training sessions, at night or for those with faster metabolisms.

The slow release nature of Calcium Caseinate with its high amino acid profile has an anti-catabolic effect on the body enhancing muscle growth and repair through its slower absorption.

We’ve got a range of casein proteins available online, including micellar casein protein powder, so be sure to contact us if you need assistance with finding the right solution for your fitness goals.

Data based on vanilla flavour ND Total Whey WPC ND Mass Muscle WPI Calcium Caseinate
Protein per serve (g) 22.2 23 26.2 26.7 28.1
Take For
Type of protein/s Whey Whey Whey & Casein Whey Casein
Carbs per serve (g) 3.4 4.2 26.5 1.9 0.8
Fat total per serve (g) 1.3 1.3 1.6 0.6 0.2
Sugars per serve (g) 3.2 3.2 10.4 1.4 0.3
Serving Size (g) 35 30 60 30 30
Serves per kilo 28 33 16 33 33
Additional Premium Ingredients Amino blend, colostrum, creatine, glutamine   Amino blend, carb blend,colostrum, creatine    
Notes Complete muscle-building formula The least processed budget powder Ultimate Post workout bulking powder Fast absorbing powder Slow release high density powder
Flavours Chocolate Vanilla Chocolate, Vanilla, Honeycomb, Strawberry, Banana, Natural Chocolate Vanilla Chocolate, Vanilla, Honeycomb, Strawberry, Banana, Natural Chocolate, Vanilla, Natural
  • Great source of slow release protein
  • Extremely high in amino acids
  • Perfect for consumption at night or before bed

Increase Sports Performance and Muscle Mass with Calcium Caseinate

When you have a fast metabolism and need a slow-release protein to provide you with increased sports performance and muscle mass, you can certainly count on our Calcium Caseinate, one of our protein powders that packs quite a punch. To learn more about this protein powder from our caseins protein range, please read the information provided by Nutrients Direct below.

What Is a Slow-Release Protein?

To understand the benefits of Calcium Caseinate protein powder, we must first understand what a slow-release protein is. A slow-release protein powder provides a steady stream of amino acids over the course of several hours, contrary to a fast-release protein that usually delivers the nutrients within half an hour. While most athletes look for a fast-release protein for their training, there are a number of athletes with fast metabolisms that could benefit more from a slow-release protein powder such as Calcium Caseinate.

What Is Calcium Caseinate?

Calcium Caseinate is a supplement containing slow-release proteins and a high amino acid profile. Thanks to the slow-release properties of the supplement, Calcium Casein is mainly suitable for athletes with faster metabolisms, or athletes who want to keep feeding their muscle mass during the night.

What Are the Benefits of Calcium Caseinate?

The slow-release qualities of Calcium Caseinate are certainly some of the biggest benefits. Of course, we also have to take into account the anti-catabolic effect of the amino acids inside this supplement. Catabolism is a metabolic process, which breaks down molecules into smaller units and oxidises them and release energy into the body. Catabolism occurs in the human body when there are insufficient nutrients available to create energy, subsequently this process will look at other available structures with nutrients already present inside the body such as muscles. In short, catabolism will break down muscle if there are not sufficient nutrients present; this is why athletes want to avoid this process when it is not needed. Fortunately, chances of the body going into a catabolic state are greatly reduced when supplemented with anti-catabolic amino acids.

How to Use Calcium Caseinate?

Calcium Caseinate is best used between training sessions, or late at night to promote muscle growth and recovery while you are sleeping.

To create your shake, mix approximate one levelled scoop of the supplement (30 grams) with up to 250 millilitres of water. Shake the mixture for thirty seconds and consume the shake. Alternatively, you could make the shake thirty minutes before you use it. However, 30 minutes is the maximum allowed time between preparation and consumption.

Any Additional Tips for Muscle Gains?

There are some minor changes you can make in your lifestyle to ensure maximum muscle gain. Below, you will find a short overview containing some of the things you can do to make muscle growth a little quicker and more noticeable.

Ensure the Right Protein Intake

Many beginners believe that a lot of strength exercise alone is going to provide them with the muscles they have always dreamed of. Unfortunately, this is far from the truth, because the body needs the right amount of protein to grow and repair muscles. If this protein is not present in your diet, you will find that your rigorous training regime has little to no effect.

The right amount of protein can be obtained from various places. Firstly, you can make sure there is enough protein in your diet, for example by adding some chicken or another protein-rich food to your weekly meal plan. If you still do not get enough protein from your diet, for example due to a very rigorous exercise routine, then you can also choose a protein supplement to get there faster.

Eat More Calories

When you are skinny by nature, you are probably blessed with a fast metabolism. While most people are trying to lose weight would give their right arm for a faster metabolism, it can be frustrating for the skinny guy desperately trying to gain muscle.

To counter a faster metabolism, there are several things you could do. Firstly, you could implement a slow-release protein supplement, which provides you with amino acids when your body is about to go into a catabolic state. Secondly, you could eat a lot more calories than you are now.

Getting the right number of calories on a daily basis can be somewhat hard to estimate, even with all the fancy formulas available today. Everyone is unique, so the body will burn what it will burn where calories are concerned. If you are not gaining weight with the calories you are currently on, and tried adjusting to a higher calorie intake already, it may be a good idea to contact a nutritionist about your problem. Together with an experienced nutritionist, you can work out exactly what it is going to take for you to get those gains.

Lift Three Times a Week

The exercise you do also has an impact on the muscle you gain; this is why a lot of trainers will recommend lifting when you want your muscles to grow. Recent studies have indicated that weight-related training sessions can increase your protein synthesis up to 48 hours after your training, a fact that you could use for your benefit.

Get Carbohydrates After Training

Before you hit your rest day, be sure to pile up on the carbohydrates right after your training. Studies have shown that the use of carbs after training helps to rebuild muscles faster when you are resting, subsequently making you more effective during your next workout session.


Calcium Caseinate can certainly put you on the right track where muscle gains are concerned, but a combination of this supplement with the right exercise and nutrition will provide the results you are after. If you want more supplements to build muscle, be sure to have a look at our muscle building stack for additional options!

Aside from Calcium Caseinate, there are other protein supplements at Nutrients Direct that could contribute to your fitness goals. If you are a beginner, it is advised to check out the different types of protein powders before you decide on a specific protein supplement. As you may already know, different types of protein can have different effects, so you must find the protein supplement that provides you with benefits for your specific fitness goals. If you have problems deciding, or experience difficulties finding the right protein powder for your fitness goal, you can use our “My Goal” filter to determine which protein powder will provide you with the most benefit.

Not all protein powders at Nutrients Direct are derived from animal products either, because we also have vegetable based protein. Not all athletes consume animal-based products, so we must make sure that these athletes get access to a high-quality protein powder as well. In addition to the basic casein and whey protein powders, you can also count on Nutrients Direct for options such as Pea Protein Isolate, Rice Protein Isolate and Soy Protein Isolate. These protein powders are vegetarian and vegan friendly, but also suitable for people with lactose intolerance. So, if you cannot tolerate regular animal-based protein powders, be sure to have a look at our vegetable-based options.



Serving size: 30g
Servings per package: 1kg – 33, 2kg - 66, 5kg – 166, 10kg - 333


Average Quantity Per Serving

Average Quantity Per 100g
Energy 480 kJ 1600 kJ
(115 Cal) (383 Cal)
Protein (dry basis) 29.0 g 96.8 g
Fat, total 0.2 g 0.6 g
- Saturated 0.0 g 0.0 g
Carbohydrate 0.0 g 0.1 g
- Sugars 0.0 g 0.1 g
Sodium 15 mg 49 mg
Potassium 0 mg 0 mg
Histidine 789 mg 2630 mg
Isoleucine 1230 mg 4100 mg
Leucine 2751 mg 9170 mg
Lysine 2250 mg 7500 mg
Methionine 840 mg 2800 mg
Phenylalanine 1461 mg 4870 mg
Threonine 1251 mg 4170 mg
Tryptophan 360 mg 1200 mg
Valine 1581 mg 5270 mg
Alanine 870 mg 2900 mg
Aspartic Acid 2085 mg 6950 mg
Cysteine 219 mg 730 mg
Glutamic Acid 6951 mg 23170 mg
Glycine 519 mg 1730 mg
Proline 3201 mg 10670 mg
Serine 1689 mg 5630 mg
Tyrosine 1611 mg 5370 mg
Arginine 1050 mg 3500 mg

Ingredients: calcium caseinate.
Contains milk and dairy products. May contain traces of soybeans, cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, sesame seeds and their products.


Average Quantity Per Serving

Average Quantity Per 100g
Energy 468 kJ 1560 kJ
(112 Cal) (373 Cal)
Protein (dry basis) 27.2 g 90.8 g
Fat, total 0.4 g 1.3 g
- Saturated 0.1 g 0.4 g
Carbohydrate 0.3 g 0.9 g
- Sugars 0.0 g 0.1 g
Sodium 84 mg 281 mg
Potassium 79 mg 263 mg
Histidine 727 mg 2424 mg
Isoleucine 1134 mg 3779 mg
Leucine 2536 mg 8453 mg
Lysine 2074 mg 6914 mg
Methionine 774 mg 2581 mg
Phenylalanine 1347 mg 4489 mg
Threonine 1153 mg 3844 mg
Tryptophan 332 mg 1106 mg
Valine 1457 mg 4858 mg
Alanine 802 mg 2673 mg
Aspartic Acid 1922 mg 6407 mg
Cysteine 202 mg 673 mg
Glutamic Acid 6407 mg 21358 mg
Glycine 478 mg 1595 mg
Proline 2951 mg 9836 mg
Serine 1557 mg 5190 mg
Tyrosine 1485 mg 4950 mg
Arginine 968 mg 3226 mg

Ingredients: calcium caseinate, cocoa (7%), flavours, sweetener (sucralose).
Contains milk, dairy and soy products. May contain traces of cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, sesame seeds and their products.


Average Quantity Per Serving

Average Quantity Per 100g
Energy 477 kJ 1590 kJ
(114 Cal) (380 Cal)
Protein (dry basis) 28.1 g 93.8 g
Fat, total 0.2 g 0.6 g
- Saturated 0.0 g 0.0 g
Carbohydrate 0.8 g 2.5 g
- Sugars 0.3 g 0.8 g
Sodium 15 mg 49 mg
Potassium 0 mg 0 mg
Histidine 764 kJ 2548 kJ
Isoleucine 1192 mg 3972 mg
Leucine 2665 mg 8884 mg
Lysine 2180 mg 7266 mg
Methionine 814 mg 2713 mg
Phenylalanine 1415 mg 4718 mg
Threonine 1212 mg 4040 mg
Tryptophan 349 mg 1163 mg
Valine 1532 mg 5106 mg
Alanine 843 mg 2810 mg
Aspartic Acid 2020 mg 6733 mg
Cysteine 212 mg 707 mg
Glutamic Acid 6734 mg 22447 mg
Glycine 503 mg 1676 mg
Proline 3101 mg 10337 mg
Serine 1636 mg 5454 mg
Tyrosine 1561 mg 5202 mg
Arginine 1017 mg 3391 mg mg

Ingredients: calcium caseinate, flavour, sweetener (sucralose).
Contains milk and dairy products. May contain traces of soybeans, cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, sesame seeds and their products.

Formulated Supplementary Sports Foods. This product is not a sole source of nutrition and should be consumed in conjunction with a nutritious diet and an appropriate physical training or exercise program.

Not suitable for children under 15 years of age or pregnant women: Should only be used under medical or dietetic supervision.

Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients.


Directions for use:

Mix 30 grams (one level scoop) with 200mL-250mL of water or skim milk in a shaker and shake for 30 seconds. Consume within 30 minutes. Alternatively enjoy with your regular protein shake.

Suitable for:

Serious trainers that are looking for slow release proteins or those with faster metabolisms.

Serving suggestion:

Calcium Caseinate is best consumed between training sessions or at night to enhance muscle growth and recovery.

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