I have a question about Casein Protein. I have been reading that Casein Protein is good to take at night and one of the reasons, is that it takes a long time to digest and therefore because when you are sleeping, it is the longest time the body goes without taking in any nourishment it is beneficial to your body. I have a completely blocked RCA but the good part is that my body has given me a natural bypass and the cardiologist says that the collateral arteries are very good. I continue to work out but not at the same level I use to. I take an aspirin (81 mg) along with TIAZAC each night to control angina and keep my blood pressure low. My question is that if I want to take Casein protein at night (I have read that it goes into a sort of gel in your stomach) do you think that will interfere with my heart medication?View Thread
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