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    ok to drink milk after eating meat?

    is it okay or will it mess up your stomach? reason why i am asking is because i plan on drinking a lot more milk and would like to always have a glass at least after I eat pretty much anything.
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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    is it okay or will it mess up your stomach? reason why i am asking is because i plan on drinking a lot more milk and would like to always have a glass at least after I eat pretty much anything.
    it wont mess up your stomach unless your lactose intolerant.
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    just curious what ever led you to think you cant drink milk while eating food?
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    well i guess its because i just realized a couple days ago that i been lactose intolerant just never accepted that fact because i love milk so i just recently got 100 percent lactose free milk product and wow big difference i actual digest it instead of it coming out in liquid form down the toilet. so thats why i was wondering if in general its okay to eat it after meat.

    which i have another question regarding the 100 percent lactose free milk products if they dont contain any lactose how does it still say on the carton that is has sugar? my assumption is that they just add the normal type of sugar?
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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    well i guess its because i just realized a couple days ago that i been lactose intolerant just never accepted that fact because i love milk so i just recently got 100 percent lactose free milk product and wow big difference i actual digest it instead of it coming out in liquid form down the toilet. so thats why i was wondering if in general its okay to eat it after meat.

    which i have another question regarding the 100 percent lactose free milk products if they dont contain any lactose how does it still say on the carton that is has sugar? my assumption is that they just add the normal type of sugar?
    what are the ingredients
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    Originally Posted by Oddball8945 View Post
    what are the ingredients
    potassium chloride, lactase enzyme, vitamin a palmitate, and vitamin d3.

    The carton says 100 percent lactose free.
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    ever heard of food combining?
    If God did not want us to eat animals, he would not have made them out of meat.

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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    potassium chloride, lactase enzyme, vitamin a palmitate, and vitamin d3.

    The carton says 100 percent lactose free.
    it looks like the milk still has its natural sugars but they add in the lactase enzyme so your body can digest it.
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    Originally Posted by Oddball8945 View Post
    it looks like the milk still has its natural sugars but they add in the lactase enzyme so your body can digest it.
    A bit of both.
    Lactose is a disaccharide, ie it is made from 2 sugar molecules, glucose and galactose.
    In theory, lactose free milk will have had the lactose pre-digested to make glucose and galactose. I think, however, that they cannot guarantee that it will be completely lactose free. So they add lactase to take care of any left overs so people don't get the squits.
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    It definitely isn't kosher.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Originally Posted by Mr. Horse View Post
    It definitely isn't kosher.
    what's not kosher? do you mean the lactaze enzyme they add? is it not natural that extra enzyme they add.
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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    what's not kosher? do you mean the lactaze enzyme they add? is it not natural that extra enzyme they add.
    He means that if you keep kosher you are not permitted to mix the two.

    There's a bit of scientific rationale behind it, too. Meats are generally higher in iron than other foods, and it's highly bioavailable iron. Milk, on the other hand, is rich in calcium, which can compete with the iron for absorption, therefore causing a relative malabsorption of iron.

    This isn't an issue for most men since we rarely experience iron deficiency unless we're malnourished in some way, but for menstruating women this might be of some concern.
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    Originally Posted by mcdbb View Post
    He means that if you keep kosher you are not permitted to mix the two.

    There's a bit of scientific rationale behind it, too. Meats are generally higher in iron than other foods, and it's highly bioavailable iron. Milk, on the other hand, is rich in calcium, which can compete with the iron for absorption, therefore causing a relative malabsorption of iron.

    This isn't an issue for most men since we rarely experience iron deficiency unless we're malnourished in some way, but for menstruating women this might be of some concern.

    wait i kinda lost you there so did you mean mixing meat with milk or the lactase enzyme with milk?


    EDIT*** I guess my main concern now is the enzyme lactase that they add is it natural and/or does it cause any harm to the body in any way?
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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    wait i kinda lost you there so did you mean mixing meat with milk or the lactase enzyme with milk?
    Mixing meat with milk could cause iron malabsorption, AND is not kosher. Adding lactase to milk just helps you process the sugar, nothing more.
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    Originally Posted by bodybuilda View Post
    what's not kosher?
    Do not boil a kid in its mother's milk.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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